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Remembering on Memorial Day & Always

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Remembering on Memorial Day & Always

Thank you to all who have served and given their lives for our country. Every day is a day of thankfulness to those who have served or have fallen, to their families for their loss or losses, and to those who wait for active duty members to return. I know how it feels to wait....and not know....My spouse has experienced 4 deployments thus far, at times for longer than one year...faith held me together. God Bless.

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Happy Thanksgiving 2015

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Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours on this lovely holiday of thankfulness. On this day  I have SO much to be thankful for such as Family, Friends, and my sweet Husband. I am also thankful for the support of my clientele and their faith in my work and shop. My hope for all of you to have a wonderful day of relaxation with friends and family and lots of good food!

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Free Shipping within the United States from Resa Wilkinson Jewelry

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RWJ offers free standard shipping via United States Postal Service on all purchases shipped within the continental United States. Shopping online with a refreshing beverage is conservational and relaxing. Feel free to contact us with any questions or special requests. Also, if you don't see what you were looking for, email me and we can create something special together. Email is resawilkinsonjewelry@gmail.com. Instagram is resawilkinson.

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Caring for your Gems

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As durable as gemstones are, they require proper care and cleaning. Here are a few tips taken from the International Colored Gemstone Association to make sure they last for generations and look as beautiful as the day they became yours. First of all, keep them clean! Rings in particular tend to collect dust and soap behind the stone, particularly if you wear them all the time. To clean transparent crystalline gemstones, simply soak them in water with a touch of gentle soap. If necessary, use a soft toothbrush to scrub behind the stone.Even the hardest gemstone variety can be vulnerable...

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