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Store Hours & Special Events

Regular Hours of Operation:

Monday to Saturday - 10:00am to 5:30pm

Closed Sunday 

 

HOLIDAY HOURS 2017 - 2018

November 1st - 29th

 - Monday to Saturday 10am - 5:30pm CLOSED Sunday

November 30th - December 17th

 - Monday to Wednesday 10am - 5:30pm 

- Thursday & Friday 10am - 7pm

- Saturday 10am - 5:30pm 

- Sunday 12pm - 4pm

December 18th - 23rd

- Monday - Friday 10am - 7pm

- Saturday 10am - 5:30pm

December 24th : CHRISTMAS EVE

10am - 3pm 

December 25th & 26th 

CLOSED

December 27th - 30th 

10am - 5:30pm

December 31st - January 3rd

CLOSED for New Year Break

January 4th - 2018

Return to regular business hours

Monday - Saturday 10am - 5:30pm

 

HOLIDAY TRUNK SHOWS 2017

ARMAN Friday December 1st 4pm - 7pm & Saturday 10am - 4pm

Arman’s jewelry brilliantly juxtaposes old-world technique and modern aesthetic. Working in rich 22kt gold, oxidized silver, diamonds, and bright gemstones, Arman uses methods from a bygone era, like hand-engraving, to achieve a level of intricacy and beauty that is rarely seen in today’s craftsmanship. Each piece of Arman is hand-fabricated in Los Angeles, CA, from concept to completion. This couture approach to jewelry sets Arman apart from other designers. From one-of-a-kind masterpieces to everyday wardrobe essentials, there is an emotional element present in each and every one of his pieces. They truly are modern heirlooms.

ALORA Thursday December 7th 12pm - 5pm 

Alora exists to add beauty and meaning to the lives of genuine everyday women. We do this by handcrafting jewelry that reminds them of their values and helps them to empower others.
Alora, in the Bantu language, means "My Dream". What started as a hobby has turned into a dream come true. Emilyn and Jameela started making jewelry at the kitchen table with the intention of creating meaningful pieces that could make a difference in the world. As they've expanded into over 40 stores across Canada, that intention and their beliefs have only gotten stronger and bolder.

 ARMENTA Wednesday December 13th (10am - 5:30pm)

Armenta is a jewelry brand known for its elegant and timeless designs. The ability to combine excellent craftsmanship with quality raw materials and transform them into amazing pieces of art has made the brand a popular choice for fashion icons the world over. Armenta jewelry symbolizes the beauty and richness of poetry, paintings, architecture, and sculptures of the Spanish culture. The brand's jewelry collection consists of an amazing line of necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets. Each piece of jewelry is artistically manufactured using precious stones, oxidized sterling silver, diamonds and 18k yellow gold.

 ANZIE Friday December 15th (11am - 7pm) & Saturday December 16th  (10am - 5pm)

*** Bracelet Customization Event Saturday Only***

Created in Montreal, Anzie's pieces are classic, colorful expressions that highlight the natural beauty and style of today's generation. These versatile and elegant collections are worn at the most fashionable events, yet they are simple enough to be enjoyed every day, providing "Everyday Luxury" for today's women. The collection is largely inspired by Montreal's eclectic style and the classic French woman who is effortlessly chic.

 DEAN DAVIDSON Saturday December 16th (10 am - 5pm)

Characterized by opposing forces, Dean Davidson's aesthetic is at once a study in contrasts and striking the right balance. Whether it's masculine shapes paired with feminine textures, or architectural lines contrasting fluid gemstones, the common threads found throughout Davidson's signature designs embody an unexpected combination of minimalism with maximum impact.

SHAKTI - SARAH BOWKER Sunday December 17th (12pm - 4pm)

" At the house of Shakti we invite you to find which gemstone or amulet will assist you and meet you in this place of self-empowerment. Your life’s purpose is about coming into conscious recognition of your true self. Shakti Malas, amulets and medicine bags are a perfect tool for you to use to focus on living in the present moment".