Happy December and Happy Hanukkah! All of our new jewelry for the holidays is here, and now is the time to shop. The classic gold Club bracelet and diamond Gabby bracelet by Single Stone are some of our top picks. See below for our December hours. You can make an appointment to see us in person, shop online, or text us at our main number (206.623.2528).
It's the most wonderful time of the year - our annual Alex Sepkus Trunk Show is here! Candy will be at Fox's December 2-4 with the collection of intricate designs with one-of-a-kind gemstones. We have been carrying this incredible designer for 30 years, and look forward to this event all year long. Appointments are going quickly, reserve yours today! All Sepkus jewelry will be 15% off.
Rene Escobar is our newest designer, and we are thrilled to have his collection at Fox's! Zoey and Justine discovered him at the NYC jewelry show they attended this past summer, and fell in love with him and his concept of unisex jewelry. He is best known for his versatile and stackable hinged bangles, which come in silver, or silver with yellow, rose, or white gold.
We will have extended hours during the month of December! From December 1-11, we will add Mondays to our schedule. We will be open every day from December 13-23, close early on Christmas Eve, and close on Christmas. After Christmas, we will return to our regular Tuesday-Saturday schedule and close for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Lucky December babies have three gorgeous birthstones to choose from! Tanzanite is the exquisite blue-purple variety of the mineral zoisite that is only found in one part of the world. Named for its limited geographic origin in Tanzania, tanzanite has quickly risen to popularity since its discovery in 1967. Tanzanite is also the gem for a 24th wedding anniversary.
The second December birthstone, zircon is a tragically underrated gemstone that’s often confused with synthetic cubic zirconia due to similar names. Few people realize that zircon is a spectacular natural gemstone available in a variety of colors such as red, orange, yellow, brown, green, and blue. You can find these cinnamon zircon earrings at our Alex Sepkus Trunk Show!
Last but not least, turquoise has a rich history throughout millennia and across a variety of cultures. The earliest uses were beads found in Iraq, dating back to 5000 BC, and Native Americans have mined turquoise in the southwestern part of the United States for nearly a thousand years. We love this new turquoise gem tab from Lauren Newton Jewelry.