St. Patrick's Day

Posted on Monday, March 1st, 2010 at 11:03 am by Administrator

--William Arthur Ward

Irish Eyes Are Smiling at J. Thomas Jewelers! March is here - the last hurrah of winter and the first whisper of spring. We're looking forward to celebrating St. Patrick's Day and, on March 20th, we welcome the first day of spring! Now is the time to come in and see our beautiful selection of sterling silver designs guaranteed to be the finishing touch to your spring and summer wardrobe. And, of course, gold, diamonds, and colored gemstones are sparkling in our showcases. We have it all! Stop by and enjoy a cup of coffee while you browse. We look forward to your visit.

More Pandora Is On The Way!

J. Thomas Jewelers is pleased to announce the expansion of our Pandora line! In addition to the beads you love so much, we will also be offering Pandora jewelry including necklaces, rings, and earrings. We are excited to be able to introduce these to you and are certain you will be just as excited to see them! Pandora Matching Jewelry Sets - coming soon to our showcases!

Here Comes The Bride!

We have incredible diamonds, unique mountings, and an award-winning custom designer. J. Thomas Jewelers is THE place to go for engagement and bridal jewelry. Our staff of highly trained jewelry professionals is here to help you every step of the way, and our "engagement package" is the best in the business. 


Spring Fever Sale

Many of our beautiful jewelry pieces are on sale this month throughout the store. Perhaps something you've had your eye on is now on sale. Don't miss out! Come in and see what we have to offer. All J. Thomas Signature and Bulova watches are 20% off.

Irish Trivia

Did you know that 34 million Americans have Irish ancestry? That's almost nine times the population of Ireland, which has 4.1 million people!

The harp is the symbol of Ireland. The color green is also commonly associated with Ireland, also known as the "the Emerald Isle."

The Irish flag is green, white and orange. The green symbolizes the people of the south, and orange, the people of the north. White represents the peace that brings them together as a nation.

The name "leprechaun" has several origins. It could be from the Irish Gaelic word "leprechaun," which means a "kind of aqueous sprite." Or, it could be from "leath brogan," which means "shoemaker.