It’s April and April is Diamond Month and Diamonds are a girls best friend. Our diamond mountings are all made here in the USA! As manufacturers here in the states, Facets can create a ring for our diamonds as well as yours should you want a new look for your diamond. Stop by and compare our quality!
Aquamarine is the Birthstone for March! Imagine a dip in a crystal blue mountain lake–the morning air crisp and expectant, the sky soaring high and cloudless overhead. This is a unique refreshment of Aquamarine. Stop and see our collection.
Aquamarine name means “ocean water” and tales of Aquamarine date back to ancient sea faring days sailors of old believe that these glittering, watery gems came from the treasure chest of mermaids. It is no wonder that Aquamarine is said to bring luck to all those who sail the seas.
Aquamarine is rated “good” for everyday wear. Avoid harsh chemicals, exposure to heat and protect from scratches and harsh blows. To clean, gently brush with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mile dish soap and warm water. This stone has a hardness of 7.5 – 8 on the gemstone scale of hardness.
The mellow gold of Citrine captures attention and brightens our moods. A sunny quartz whose name comes from the French word for “lemon”.
Cheerful and full of light, this sparkling gem was once thought to protect the wearer against various evils. Today, it’s radiant color is associated with joyfulness, youth and vitality. Citrine is a member of the Quartz family of gemstones. The warm color of Citrine is achieved by heating pale Amethyst and transparent
to Smokey-colored Quartz. Citrine is typically mined in South America. Other places of production are Brazil and Bolivia. Birthstone for November, it is also the gem to commemorate the 13th Wedding Anniversary.
Wearable, affordable and fashionable, Citrine’s shimmering yellow draws the eye and captives the viewer. Citrine is rated “good” for everyday wear. Avoid direct sunlight and exposure to heat which may cause color to fade. To clean, gently brush with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mile dish soap and warm water. This stone has a hardness of 7 on the gemstone scale of hardness.
Birthstone for October! Opal and Tourmaline! Colors of the rainbow and all colors of the evening sky are captured in the mysterious, shifting hues of Opal. Primary found in Australia and is the gem used to commemorate the 12th, 14th or 18th Wedding Anniversary. Tourmaline comes in many colors. Pink, Green and Blue. Tourmaline is found in Brazil, United States and other countries such as China and East Africa. Tourmaline is also used to celebrate the 5th and 8th Wedding Anniversary. Stop in and see our selection of Opals and Tourmaline!
Care of Tourmaline is “fair” for everyday wear with care and to avoid contact with chemicals. To clean, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mild dish soap and warm water!
Hyde Park Jewelers has been serving Hyde Park and the Hudson Valley since 1954. Our recently expanded store features popular lines like Add-a-Pearl Necklaces, Petra Azar, Boru, From Soldier to Soldier, Kameleon and more! We also offer diamond engagement rings, pearls, and even handbags, exclusives like our own watches, and semi precious rings. On this site you can browse some of our most popular items before you stop by! We have put together a selected group to help you make up your mind and showcase what we have to offer. Come on in and visit Laurie Cusher, and Dusty our faithful mascot!