Starts Today! Alex Sepkus Trunk Show and December Newsletter

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Starts Today! Alex Sepkus Trunk Show and December Newsletter
stack of yellow gold and gemstone rings with the words "Alex SEpkus Special Event This Weekend""

Happy first day of the Alex Sepkus Trunk Show! The holidays are here and we are open every day until Christmas. We are here Monday - Saturday from 10am to 5pm, and Sundays from 12pm to 5pm. We will also be open Christmas Eve from 10am to 3pm. Our last shipping day is December 20th. You can stop by, make an appointmentshop online, or text 206-623-2528.

Dark sky background with gold and colored gemstone oval pendant and the words "Alex Sepkus Trunk Show Nov 30- Dec2"

It's the most wonderful time of the year - our annual Alex Sepkus Trunk Show is here! Candy will be here November 30 - December 2 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

yellow gold and multicolored gemstone rings on grey background

Lucky December babies have three gorgeous birthstones to choose from! Tanzanite is an exquisite blue-purple gemstone that was discovered near Mount Kilimanjaro in 1967. It is found in only one mine in the world and is expected to become mined out, making it increasingly rare. The Alex Sepkus "Seashell" tanzanite necklace is a lovely example of this gemstone.

Purple tanzanite beaded necklace with gold clasp on a piece of driftwood

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 splendid colors. Our blue zircon "Francoise" ring by Alex Sepkus is a gorgeous example of this gemstone.

Blue gemstone and gold ring being held by fingers in front of a bush

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 statement turquoise "Garden" ring from Alex Sepkus. 

Blue gemstone rectangular gold ring on a black background