We're at the final Green Box of 2022, it's finally here.! The box finder will receive a $9,000 Christopher Designs pair of 14K white gold and diamond icicle star drop earrings. They contain 1.81cttw of natural diamonds and they are absolutely stunning.
- It’s week #5 for our Green Box hunt, and this week we’re featuring designer Shy Creation, for the young, and the young a heart, Shy Creation jewelry is contemporary with a California twist. This award-winning brand has a style that is fun, young, and innovative and succeeds in reviving classics with playful, elegant designs.
- The 4th week of the Green Box is here! The designer for the week is William Henry! In the past, we've had prizes from William Henry such as his exquisite pocket knives, but this year... our Green Box finder will receive an entire set of William Henry knives with the retail value of $3,450. This Kultro knife set includes 5 knives, a sharpener, and a beautiful American Black Walnut display unit. The blades are forged from damascus steel for optimal hardness for all of your culinary needs.
- Green Box #3 is out! This week we've got a box for the fellas! Breitling is back with "Green" Endurance Pro timepiece that retails at $3300. He’s wanted a fine timepiece, now’s the opportunity to find one. Founded in 1884, each style of a Breitling Swiss watch, either men’s or women’s, is celebrated for its elegance, precision, quality, and durability. Breitling is inspired by aviation and many timepieces have features utilized by fighter pilots worldwide. Furthermore, Breitling has demonstrated its luxury and versatility by manufacturing lines of watches specifically for divers. Come by the store and try on a Breitling for a clue a day in advance
- We're at our 2nd Green Box and this week we are featuring Mikimoto, the legendary brand of pearl and inventor of the pearl culturing process. Dedicated to protecting and propagating stocks of native Akoya oysters depleted by over-harvesting of natural pearls, Kokichi Mikimoto became fascinated with the possibility of producing cultured pearls and in the late 1800’s, Mr. Mikimoto figured it all out and the rest is history.