Heights-Based Jeweler Saves Valentine’s Day

If you want to give your sweetie more than Godiva chocolates this Valentine’s Day but don’t know where to turn, a great jewelry line from Salt + Stone—created by a designer who perfected her craft at Tiffany’s—will have you feeling the love. Just in time for Feb. 14th, Jacqueline Stone has created an affordable collection of cultured colored diamonds and exotic sapphires that she’s aptly named “Kaleidoscope.” It’s all part of her quest to “make the world more beautiful,” one woman at a time. When I talked to Jacqueline she told me, “Ask anyone about the piece of beautiful, fine jewelry they are wearing and you’ll always get a wonderful story. I’ve come to understand that a gorgeous piece of jewelry, specially selected for the one you love, makes a long-lasting, powerful memory.” Wow, sounds good to me! Let’s face it—there’s a reason Marilyn Monroe once sang, “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” For more information visit http://saltandstone.com. You’ll be supporting a local business and a great gal as well.

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  • cat

    This sounds like copy from an ad agency. Is that what the blog has come to?

  • Frisk

    The custom is to note ADVERTISEMENT at the top of the item

  • miriamcb

    Uh, there were two comments on this post about it seeming like an advertisement…and now they’re gone?! That doesn’t seem right…

  • Heights

    Heights based? Agree that two earlier comments were removed. Why?

  • miriamcb

    Uh, the comments not only got deleted but now are closed?!

  • GHB

    Can I advertise my business here too?

  • Eddyde

    Wow! some Orwellian admin going on here. BHB, please read your TOS.

  • BrooklynBugle

    We’ve reinstated all comments because you know.. the internet.

  • Frisk

    Curious what “um, you know, the Internet” means. Can you explain why comments were deleted? Cynics could read this as administrators didn’t like them, but then felt obliged to restore them when people complained.

  • BrooklynBugle

    This is a blog. It’s always been a blog. This is, at best, an innocuous post. It is not a sponsored post, if it were we would disclose it. The comments were just silly and not respectful of the jeweler, who lives in the Heights. So to salve the egos of those who were offended by so-called “Orwellian” behavior we reinstated their bloviations here.

  • Frisk

    Thanks for protecting our egos.