PRINCETON--With the temperature dropping and leaves falling, store staff at Diamonds ‘N Gold Look are busily getting ready for the holiday shopping season. Diamonds N’ Gold Look is happy to celebrate Princeton, the Autumn season and the beginning of the holidays with friends and neighbors.
“It has become tradition,” states Randolph Evans, store owner, “to be open and ready for AutumnFest. We celebrated our first day of business in this downtown location during the celebration a few years back.” Diamonds ‘N Gold Look will be hosting special deals and fun events during the celebration.
The West Virginia Heritage Coin collection will be highlighted. These dynamic, sterling silver coins, minted by the Bronze Look, commemorate life in the Mountain State. Each of the three coins celebrate West Virginia—the Mother’s Day Coin, the Cycle of Coal and the 150th Anniversary of the state. These coins were created by and for West Virginians near and far and will make a great gift for anyone who has a “little coal dirt in their veins.”
Along with a vast selection of jewelry, fine art and West Virginia artisan glass, limited edition Fenton earrings, with a fall pattern will be available for sale to celebrate the change in the season and Autumnfest.
Besides the special deals on items, the store will also be hosting an art class, where the participants can design, create and take home a special craft created during the class. Promise Sloan, resident artist, will be hosting this event. Reservations and more information can be obtained by calling (304) 425-5005 to reserve a spot. During the celebration, the shop will be displaying several historical gold and silver coins and will even have some of these for sale. Evans is happy to share his love of coins, “because it is not often that anyone can check out a $5 gold coin from the turn of the last century.”
Princeton will be celebrating its 14th Annual AutumnFest celebration on September 28, and Diamonds ‘N Gold look are proud to be a part of this celebration. Stop by Diamonds ‘N Gold Look at 901 Mercer Street in the Grassroots District during the festival or call upon the store Tuesday-Saturday or by dialing (304) 425-7830.