On the 5th Day of Christmas…


Kurtulan Gold Jewelry from Turkey – 30% Discount

Kurtulan is hands-down one of my most successful and popular lines. It’s so unique, and it appeals to so many people. Kurtulan is manufactured by master goldsmiths in Turkey whose stated purpose in design is to capture the essence of Anatolian culture. There’s so much depth and texture to their look that I’d readily believe it’s telling a story about where it came from.

Kurtulan’s foundational designs feature high karat gold – we’re talking 22k to 24k fine gold – and oxidized sterling silver to create a striking contrast. Gold cuffs with silver lowlights; long, silver chains with gold highlights and pearl dangles; some of the finest turquoise specimens I’ve ever seen. All of it is stunning. And all of it is recognizably Kurtulan.

Kurtulan also uses genuine and replica ancient artifacts to add even more distinction to their line. One thing I carry is genuine stone and bronze crosses, some of which are over 1,000 years old. They fit these into high karat gold bezels specially made for each artifact.

Kurtulan’s founder/owner has a collection of ancient coins from which they model replicas to incorporate into the jewelry. Rings, pendants, cufflinks, and earrings all can feature these coin replicas. Some are cast in sterling silver, other in 24k gold. It’s such a rich, luxurious look.

Now through Christmas Eve, I’m offering 20% off on all merchandise in my store, excluding loose diamonds. For today only – that’s Tuesday, December 17, 2013, from 10AM to 7PM – I’m upping that to 30% off of all Kurtulan jewelry I have in stock.

To see Kurtulan’s work is to see the richness and romance of Antiquity. It’s worth a look. Come on in.

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