Two hundred and forty years ago, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson, leading to the formation of a new country: The United States of America.
Every year since then, people all over America remember this moment by celebrating it in many different ways. Fireworks, parades, concerts, family gatherings, and barbecues are held from the east coast to the west coast as we commemorate our founding fathers on the beginnings of our country.
This year at Samuelson’s, we have another way you can celebrate this special holiday. If you follow us on Instagram (@samuelsonsrocks) and Twitter (@samuelsonsrocks) and like us on Facebook (Samuelson’s Diamonds), you can access a coupon for 15% off any items in the store, excluding loose diamonds. The sale ends on the Fourth of July this year, so get the offer while you can!
You have the chance to get any items for 15% off, and we also have some items that specifically resemble this holiday. We have red rubies, white diamonds, blue sapphire, and more red, white, and blue jewelry perfect to buy for this holiday.
These rings are all examples of red, white, and blue jewelry that could be yours this Independence day! Red and white are colors represented in the red garnet ring set in white gold, and blue and white are represented in the tanzanite and sapphire rings, which both have sparkling diamonds. The sapphire ring even resembles a firework, with the diamond halo around the gem pointing out in a bursting pattern.
Independence Day is a special holiday for Americans every year, and it will be even more special with our stunning jewelry. So this year, before your barbecue, celebrate with us at Samuelson’s either by participating in our 4th of July sale, or by buying anything we have in red, white, or blue to symbolize this patriotic holiday!
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