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Jones and Son is Open Normal Business Hours Today

November 27, 2009

Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry in Little Rock will be open for normal business hours today Friday, November 27th, 2009 from 10 am – 5:30 pm. Please stop by and view our Grand Opening Specials going on all day. www.jonesandson.com

Caerleon Jewelry is at Jones and Son

September 17, 2008

Caerleon Fine Jewelry by Goldman Kolber is available at Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jones and Son is pleased to announce that we have been the #1 Caerleon dealer in the United States for the past seven years! Stop by today or visit our website at www.jonesandson.com

The Best Selection of Engagement Rings in Little Rock At Jones and Son

August 7, 2008

 

The Best Selection of Engagement Rings in Little Rock is available at Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry in West Little Rock. Jones and Son offers a complete selection of engagement rings in all shapes and sizes. Read more at www.jonesandson.com today.

New Tacori Jewelry Has Just Arrived!

July 29, 2008

 

Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry in Little Rock, Arkansas is pleased to announce that the new Tacori Fine Jewelry has arrived. The latest pieces of pendants, earrings, and bracelets from the Tacori families various collections is now available at Jones and Son…Read more at www.jonesandson.com or at  www.tacori.com

Jones and Son Supports Castatways Benefit for Arkansas Children’s Hospital

July 24, 2008

Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry today announced that they will be ssupporting Castaways Benefit for Arkansas Children’s Hospital. The event will be held on Sunday, September 7th, 2008, at Pleasant Valley Country Club.  Read more about this and other fine events at www.jonesandson.com or at http://www.archildrens.org/

For more info call 501.364.7231 Tickets are $75.00 in advance and $80.00 at the door

Tacori Mens Wedding Bands to Be Featured at Jones and Son Little Rock

June 14, 2008

Tacori is to feature their latest mens wedding band collection at Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jones and Son features the largest selection of Tacori in Arkansas. Read more @ www.jonesandson.com , http://googlepages.jonesandson.com or www.tacori.com

 

GIA, Certificates Available At Jones and Son Little Rock, Arkansas

May 23, 2008

 

Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry in Little Rock, Arkansas is pleased to announce that they now have one of the largest selections of GIA, Diamond Grading Certificates in the greater Little Rock area. Jones and Son has been Little Rocks only Direct Diamond Importer for over 23 years. Read more about this and other services that are offered at www.jonesandson.com or at http://jonesandson.googlepages.com/

Tacori Jewelry is Seen On Teri Hatcher…

February 29, 2008

Teri Hatcher Wears Tacori!

Teri Hatcher, star of ABC’s hit TV show Desperate Housewives was seen wearing Tacori Jewelry both on and off the set.  It was rumored that Teri, who plays Susan on the  show liked the Tacori necklace she wore on the set that she kept it and has been spotted all over Hollywood wearing the piece. Other Desperate Housewives stars have also been spotted wearing Tacori. You can view this piece and other at Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry in Little Rock, AR. Read more at www.jonesandson.com , www.tacori.com , or click here to read about other celebrities that wear Tacori.

Terri Hatcher’s Favorite Tacori Pendant

How To Solder Jewelry

January 23, 2008

How to solder jewelry 

Every once in a while that special piece of jewelry breaks. It is sometimes either a snag in a bracelet, a break in a chain, or those two stack able rings on your right hand that are both spinning in different directions that is driving you nuts.

Bring it in to Jones & Son’s Repair department and have one of our Master Jewelers solder your mom’s chain, grandma’s bracelet, or your two favorite rings together. The jewelry will be thoroughly cleaned to remove all dirt and dust from the piece of jewelry. Then one of our Master Jewelers will carefully with a touch the torch to the piece of jewelry to heat it up. While carefully heating the piece one of our Master Jewelers will carefully add the gold solder to the piece and in a matter of minuites the piece will then be complete and soldered safely together. Read more @ www.jonesandson.com

The Four C’s Overview

January 12, 2008

Diamonds 

The Four C’s Overview

Even if you have never bought a diamond before, chances are you have heard of the “Four C’s.:” Cut, color, clarity, and carat weight are the four main identifiers of any diamond, and should be where your attention is focused when making a purchase. Understanding these four keys unlocks greater understanding of a diamonds value.

Listed next are the “Four C’s”, what they mean and why they are important. Each of these factors should be taken into account when buying a loose or mounted diamond. They are not necessarily They are not necessarily given in any order of importance, as this is up to the particular tastes of the individual. They are, however, given in order of noticeability.

Cut:  Cut is the first thing one sees when examining a diamond.  It is simply the specific proportions to which a diamond is crafted by a skilled artisan. Although it is the only “C” completely controlled by man, cut is the main factor that contributes to a diamonds brilliance.

Color:  After cut color is the second most noticeable attribute of a diamond. Generally, the less color a diamond has, the more precious it is. Specimens with too much color tend to look dull and those at the end of the color scale are completely lackluster.

Clarity:  A diamond’s clarity is also referred to as “natures fingerprint” , and is judged by the number of external and internal irregularities and  flaws.  These marks are called blemishes or inclusions respectively, and can be viewed with a 10x loupe. Smaller characteristics generally have little effect on a diamond.

Carat Weight:  The fourth, and final, “C” is not a factor in a diamond’s brilliance, but has direct influence on its cost. Carat (ct.) weight simply refers to the actual weight (not size) of a given specimen. 

Read more on website @ www.jonesandson.com