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Sather Jewelry Store in Spooner Wisconsin
Since 1910, Sather Jewelry in Spooner Wisconsin has been “The place where NW Wisconsin celebrates love”. Art Sather founded the store in June of that year, converting it from the State Bank of Spooner. Watch & clock repair. Diamond jewelry. Fine gifts. Repairs of every kind. Honesty. Flare. Beauty. Romance. Value. Trust. Excellence. Personal service. These are the hallmarks of Spooner’s third oldest business and the region’s oldest jewelry store, set into the heart of historic downtown Spooner.
It’s a unique atmosphere. An experience… where Romantic Past and High-Tech Present kiss in POSSIBILITY. The timeless street clock… rich, Brazilian black walnut floor, hand-sculpted cherry-walnut cabinets and high-tech design nook combine with 100+ year old elements: ornate tile ceiling, graceful, ivory long-wall cabinets, crystal chandeliers and the store’s original National Brass cash register.
It gets better. Hundreds of bridal settings, a wide variety of fine diamond and gemstone jewelry, national brands, competitive prices, with 35+ years of custom and jewelry repair experience. Just about any dream you can dream in jewelry can come true right here in Spooner Wisconsin… and at an affordable price.
Best of all, Sather Jewelry exists to celebrate you and those you love. We love people. That’s why we bought the business in June 2006. That’s our aim today and every day. Janet & I want to celebrate your life and help you say, “I love you” to the ones you love. So whether it’s an engagement, wedding, anniversary, graduation, birthday, baptism, confirmation, Valentine or Christmas gift, a windfall, a family heirloom renewed, a promotion or special reward for yourself… nothing will say it better than a gift from Sather Jewelry in Spooner Wisconsin.
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126 Walnut St
Spooner WI 54801
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Sather Jewelry is proud to feature Tom Perron, master jeweler and goldsmith, with over 35 years of bench and custom jewelry experience. Tom was first mentored by his father, also a goldsmith, over a period of seven years, before taking up work for Sherburne Jewelers in Stillwater, Minnesota, where he served with distinction for over 25 years. There Tom learned every aspect of bench jewelry from complex torch work, to all types of stone setting, gold and silver smithing, custom jewelry design and creation.
Accomplished. Excellent. Cheerful. Cooperative. Trusted. Easy to work with. That’s Tom.
He has the experience, creativity, wow factor skill and helpful attitude to make your jewelry dreams a reality… and at an affordable price.
Meet him, by appointment, at Sather Jewelry. You’ll be glad you did!
Anyone shopping for a diamond engagement ring should first acquaint themselves with "the four Cs" - color, cut, clarity, and caret.
Color: With the exception of "fancy colored diamonds", the more colorless a diamond is, the more valuable it is. Jewelers grade diamonds on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow). Anything more yellow than D is considered fancy and is much more expensive.
Cut: Many people make the mistake of thinking that cut means the shape of the diamond. Rather, it means the way the diamond was faceted to allow light to reflect from it. In a well cut diamond, light enters the diamond and reflects straight back to the viewer's eye. Some cutters will sacrifice cut to create the largest possible diamond, thus making too shallow or too deep of a cut and causing light to "leak" out the sides and bottom of the diamond.
Cut can be something very difficult for a layperson to evaluate, which is why it is important to get an AGS Certificate or a GIA Certificate verifying the quality of your diamond. Cut is graded Ideal, Premium, Very Good, Good, Fair, and Poor. Generally you should seek an Ideal to Very Good Diamond. Budget-conscious shoppers may opt for good.
Clarity: Diamonds frequently have inclusions, or small flaws, air bubbles, scratches, or other minerals inside the diamond. The less inclusions a diamond has, the more valuable it is, and the more beautiful it is.
The scale for grading diamond's clarity is:
F Flawless - no internal or external inclusions.
IF Internally Flawless - no internal inclusions, slight external inclusions.
VVS1-VVS2Very Very Slightly Included - minute inclusions that are very difficult to detect under 10x magnification, even by an experienced grader.
VS1-VS2 Very Slightly Included - minute inclusions that are invisible to the naked eye and seen only with difficulty under 10x magnification.
SI1-SI2 Slightly Included - invisible to the naked eye, yet easily seen by an experienced grader under 10x magnification.
I1-I3 Included - inclusions are visible to the naked eye and affect brilliance.
Stones that are VVS2 to F are very rare and thus very expensive. Most couples will opt for something between SI2 and VS1, and will never know the difference.
Caret: This refers to the size of the stone. While some value caret above all, others prefer a small ring regardless of budget. If you're buying a ring as a surprise for someone, consider how flashy their other jewelry is. If they're not someone who wears a lot of designer labels or big jewelry, perhaps you'll want to opt for a smaller stone. Ideally, you'll be able to try on a variety of sizes within your budget to see which size looks best on you or your love.
2. In 1477 the Archduke of Austria gave a diamond to Mary of Burgundy. This was the earliest record of man giving diamond to a woman.
3. Diamonds worn in ancient times were believed to promote strength, invincibility and courage.
4. The diamond is the hardest natural substance found on the earth.
5. Diamond is a birthstone for people born in the month of April.
6. Diamonds were first discovered in India and then in Brazil.
7. Diamonds have very large melting point of 3820K (3547' C/ 6420' F) and a boiling point of 5100K (4827' C/ 8720' F).
8. Most diamonds found in nature are between one to three billion years old.
9. A single diamond of two carats is worth more than twice a much as 2 one carat diamonds.
10. On average, each stone will lose 50% of its original weight during cutting and polishing.
11. Diamonds are carried to the surface by volcanic eruptions.
12. Although the US accounts for less than one-percent of total global gemstone production, America buys more than half of the world's total gem quality diamonds - accounting for the world's largest diamond market. 13. The largest diamond ever found was the Cullinan at 3106 carats.
14. Color of diamond is usually pale yellow to colorless, but can also be brown, blue, green, orange, red, pink and black.
15. The Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas is the worlds only diamond mine open to the public — this is a dig-for-free operation for tourists and rock enthusiasts.
16. Since as far back as 1906, there have been more than 70,000 diamonds discovered in the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas — this includes the 40.23 carat "Uncle Sam Diamond" — the largest diamond of its kind ever found in the US discovered in 1924.
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