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Just in Time for the Holidays!

Just in Time for the Holidays!

SHOP and SAVE Annual Jewelry Show December 5th – 8th

Save on statement diamond and gem pieces and gorgeous new creations from additional vendors visiting for this special event. Evening hours can be arranged—call 215-968-8900.


Color Gem Seminars • Forevermark® Diamonds • Direct Imports • Chariol, Anzie and Much More


Thursday, Dec 5th and Friday, Dec. 6th          10 am to 6 pm

Saturday, Dec. 7th                                              10 am to 5 pm

Sunday , Dec. 8th                                               10 am to 4 pm


And while we’re on the subject of holidays…


Thanks for Giving

At this wonderful time of year, we give thanks for all our blessings. And those blessings obviously include YOU to whom we extend warmest thanks for choosing David Craig Jewelers to help make your dreams come true. It’s such a pleasure sharing in your excitement, hearing your histories (and HERstories!) as we assist you in finding the perfect gift for a loved one, special friend, or yourself.  


With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we thought we’d switch gears and bring you:


Ten Little JEWELS About Thanksgiving

(that you may not know!)


The first Thanksgiving feast reportedly lasted a long time—three days—definitely longer than the average two-hour afternoon food fest we sit for these days.

Abraham Lincoln was the president who officially made the holiday an annual event.

Minnesota raises the most turkeys.

Benjamin Franklin is said to have wanted the turkey as the national bird, not the eagle.

On that first Thanksgiving spread – lobster probably was one of the featured proteins, not turkey, which may not have made its way to the table until the 19th century.

The concept of a TV dinner was supposedly born after a Swanson worker ordered too many frozen turkeys and the company needed a way to get rid of them.

Black Friday original’s purpose was to keep folks from NOT shopping.

Canada celebrates Thanksgiving in October. But the holiday’s not as big of a deal as it is here.

Gimbles (now defunct), and not Macy’s, held the first Thanksgiving Day parade.

It’s estimated that 88% of Americans will eat turkey on Thanksgiving!


Happy Holiday!



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