Whether it’s the birth of your child, wedding, anniversary milestone, retirement, special birthday or any of a hundred special moments that bring joy to your life.
We want you to mark those treasured moments with a gift certificate for jewelry, giftware, and services from Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry.
The Really Exciting Part?
The amount of our gift certificate to you is based on how many people come in to our store to sign your book!
Our “Celebration Registry*” program gives you the opportunity to have a gift certificate from our store for whatever amount you would like.
All you have to do is fill out the form below to register, then have your friends, co-workers, and relatives come in to sign your “Celebration Registry*” book within a 30 day window.
How Do You Get Started?
We believe in keeping it easy.
Step One: Fill out the “Celebration Registry*” form then contact our store manager at 770-486-3400 to ensure everything is set and ready to go.
Step Two: Get the word out! Let everyone know they can make a direct impact on the amount of your gift certificate simply by coming into Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry and signing under your “Celebration Registry*” tab in our book.
Your family, co-workers and friends simply have to be at least 18 years old, with a valid photo ID. They must sign under your “Celebration Registry*” tab in our book with their name, address, email address, and telephone number. Only those who have provided the four pieces of information will be counted.
Everyone who signs under your registry tab will be added to our mailing list.
The physical signup pages under your registry tab allow us to keep track of your progress. We will also provide you with a copy of the physical record at the end of the signup period so you can thank everyone.
Step Three: Call our store at 770-486-3400 and speak to our store manager at least two of our business days before you want to have your certificate available.
The Amount We Give Is Completely Up To You, Your Family, Co-Workers And Friends!
Here Are The First Five Levels:
Bronze Level – Receive a $100 gift certificate by having 5 people sign under your “Celebration Registry*” tab.
Silver Level – Receive a $250 gift certificate by having 6 to 10 total people sign under your tab.
Gold Level – Receive a $500 gift certificate by having 11 to 15 people sign under your tab.
Platinum Level – Receive a $750 gift certificate by having 16 to 20 people sign under your tab.
Diamond Level – Receive a $1,000 gift certificate by having 21 to 25 people sign under your tab.
Ultimate Level – We continue to give from the 26th to the 200th person. Contact the store manager for details.
Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.)
What are the dates the “Celebration Registry*” is open? The program is set up on a calendar basis starting January 15th and running through October 31st.
How many days do we have to get our family and friends in to sign under our registry tab? You can have a maximum 30-day window to get as many supporters as possible to come in and sign under your registry tab. If you don’t need or don’t have 30 days before your event, the shortest window is five of our business days. We open the “Celebration Registry*” up from January 15th through October 31st in a calendar year.
Can members of our immediate family sign up in the same year? No, only one registry per immediate family is permitted per year. Contact our Store Manager at 770-486-3400 if you have questions.
When can we pick up our gift certificate for this year? Anytime between January 25th and December 31st during regular business hours. We do require you to call the store at 770-486-3400 and speak to the store manager at least two of our business days before you come in to pick up your gift certificate so we can have it ready for you.
Can our family and friends sign under more than one “Celebration Registry*” or “Community Outreach” program tab? No. Only one signup per person per year. In the event of a discrepancy, or attempt to sign up for more than one program, we will delete that individual from every list that year.
Could someone sign under your registry tab online, by telephone, fax, email, or by telephone text? No. Only those who physically come into Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry.
What if we can’t pick up our gift certificate before December 31st? Please contact our store manager at 770-486-3400 before December 31st.
Can someone else pick up our gift certificate? No. Only the person/persons designated on the entry form can pick up the gift certificate. Spouses, children of, relatives of, significant others of, or friends of the predesignated person / persons cannot pick up the certificate. Only the person / persons predesignated with proper photo ID can pick up the gift certificate.
Can I substitute the gift certificate for cash? No. The gift certificate is for jewelry, giftware and services at Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry and cannot be redeemed for cash.
Could this program be subject to change? Yes. This program can be altered, amended, or terminated by Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry at any time without advance notice.
*”Celebration Registry” is pending U.S. patent
Everything we do has an effect on the planet.
Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry has and will continue to seek out the most responsible business practices to minimize our impact on the environment and all of Earth’s inhabitants.
Our talented team of designers and artisans have always had an appreciation for the delicate world around us.
We’re proud of the fact that goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewelers have, since the very beginning, been the “original” recyclers.
Our Transparent “Earth Centered” Vendor Partners
Stuller CanadaMark Diamonds – Canada’s diamond mines yield a higher ratio of pristine, gem-quality diamonds in comparison to the output of other countries. They are noted for exceptional color, clarity, and luster, as well as low levels of fluorescence.
Every CanadaMark diamond is—
- Responsibly mined in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
- Natural and untreated.
- Tracked through audited processes at every stage from country of origin to polished stone.
- Polished to meet specific quality standards.
- Guaranteed to come from conflict-free sources.
Stuller “Sensible Sourcing” Precious Metal Refinery – Gold and other precious metals should be mined and refined in a sustainable and responsible manner that respects both the needs of humanity and our environment. Their position on responsible mining procedures goes much further than the gold mining process itself. It encompasses all aspects of gold: appropriate mining methods on conservation, remediation and fair labor practices.
It also includes proper refining; correct handling of aqua regia acid, scrubbing fumes and clean emissions. As proof of their commitment to sustainability, Stuller has earned a recycled content certification in an SCS audit.
SCS is a global leader in verification of environmental and sustainability claims with internationally recognized standards, and their certification ensures that all of Stuller’s manufactured metals – gold, silver, platinum, and palladium product are certified 100% recycled content.
Stuller Moissanite Option – Perfecting the gemstone it created 20 years ago, Charles & Colvard’s Forever One™ Moissanite is breathless and classic. More brilliant than a diamond, these man-made gemstones are as stunning as they are affordable. Charles & Colvard’s Forever One™ is offered in two grades, DEF colorless, and its equally stunning, GHI near-colorless. As the original creator of created moissanite, Charles & Colvard holds its gemstones to the highest standard.
The American Mined Collection from Rio Grande – As American as a Gibson guitar or a Stetson hat, the American Mined Collection is a new line of faceted stones, cabochons and beads created for jewelers and metalsmiths who believe the source matters. They combed the United States in search of the finest American gemstones, visiting artisan mines, meeting with enterprising do-it-yourself miners and examining hundreds of rough stones along the way. The result is a collection of exceptional gems that allows you to trace a stone from the mine to your bench.
Columbia Gem House – Columbia Gem House was the first jewelry industry company to join the Fair Trade movement, it may not be the last. One of the most important aspects of the Fair Trade Gems protocol is protection of the environment during mining, cutting, and jewelry manufacturing. Columbia Gem House is a great resource for North American gems such as Montana Sapphire, Cortez Pearls, Fire Opal, Mesa Verde Peridot, Pink Tourmaline, Purple Sage Chalcedony, Red Garnet.
Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry is committed to conducting every facet of our operations in the most ethical, environmentally and socially responsible manner possible.
Lasting sustainability is at the heart of all we do at Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry.
We’ve created our exclusive “Honor Our World Jewelry*” custom collection with a focus on environmental stewardship and ensuring resource sustainability for future generations.
The distinct local flavor of this artisans collection draws you into a personal connection with a work of modern, yet ethically sourced adornment.
Limiting the offering to five numbered pieces per design ensures collectibility, while the stringent use of only ethically sourced North American gems and recycled precious metals ensures purity.
In the words of our founder, Robert Mucklow, “I challenge you to live your best life, and to daily celebrate that life by wearing “Honor Our World Jewelry.”
“Be true to who you are and your life will unfold miraculously in front of you.”
Did You Know North America Is A Rich Source of Vivid Gems?
The following is referenced from Columbia Gem House.
“From Canada’s rich diamond mines to Mexico’s lustrous cultured black pearls, North America is a surprisingly rich source of gems.
This continent’s gem story begins more than a century ago in the United States with exciting discoveries of blue sapphire in Montana and pink, blue, and green tourmaline in Maine.
But nothing matched the tourmaline rush after the gem was discovered near San Diego in 1872. A single California mine produced six tons of pink tourmaline in 1904. This pink gem was destined for the Forbidden City: China had an almost insatiable demand for tourmaline. The last Empress of China loved tourmaline so much she was buried with her head resting on a California tourmaline pillow.
Perhaps even more surprisingly, the United States today is still an important gem producing country, although most mines today are small family operations. Maine and California still mine tourmaline, although not as much as a century ago. Montana sapphire, too, is in limited production.
But Peridot Mesa, in the San Carlos Reservation in Arizona is the world’s most important source for the green gem. Apache miners collect most of the peridot by hand.
Turquoise from the U.S. southwest is among the world’s finest. It is mined in significant quantities and is in demand from all over the world. The only known source of delicate translucent Purple Sage Chalcedony is in the United States, in the high desert of Nevada. Arizona also produces small quantities of Anthill garnet: small but fiery red gems that can sometimes be found in the anthills that dot the Arizona desert.
Canada and Mexico have recently come into their own as gem producers. Canada is now home to one of the world’s major diamond mines: the deposit in Yellowknife, which opened a few years ago, is producing diamonds of spectacular quality.
Mexico is the world’s primary source for vivid fire opal, a gem that seems to have captured the blaze of a fiery sunset. Fire opal is growing in popularity as more people discover the beauty of this unusual orange to red gem.
And Mexico now produces exotic black cultured pearls similar to those produced in Tahiti in the Sea of Cortez. These lustrous beauties come in a surprising array of colors including golden, green, blue and gray tones.”
*”Honor Our World” & “Honor Our World Jewelry” is U.S. copyright trademark pending.
“Jewelry is too personal, life too short, to adorn yourself with something produced for the masses. We breathe life into our client’s inner most hopes, dreams, and aspirations. Memories are forged for a lifetime with every piece we create.” Quote from Robert Mucklow
The Experience Is Everything
For centuries only Kings, Queens, and high nobility were able to commission artisans to create works of jewelry art. Today you can enjoy the same exhilarating opportunity with our talented designers.
There are few moments in life as gratifying as seeing your jewelry vision coming to life before your very eyes. The experience is like no other and honestly, we wouldn’t have it any other way.
We understand the questions you have about creating a unique one-of-a-kind heirloom quality piece of jewelry. For over 20 years we’ve been guiding people just like you through this exciting process.
The good news, through the use of cutting edge technology, we’ve been able to streamline it considerably.
In fact, it’s down to four easy steps.
Step One – Initial Consultation – Free
The first step involves sitting with one of our talented artisans to share your ideas. You’re encouraged to bring in your gems, sketches, photos and jewelry to be re-imagined.
The only limit is your imagination, so be sure to give us as much input as possible. During this phase we establish the overall budget for the commissioned design and the anticipated completion date.
The initial consultation usually takes less than 30 minutes and is free.
Step Two – Computer Rendering / Wax Model
The next step is to create a computer generated, photo-realistic model of your design which we call a rendering. Here is where we meld old world European craftsmanship with the latest in jewelry design software to breathe life into your design.
The rendering can be emailed, or printed out and mailed directly to you as soon as it is completed.
When you’re completely satisfied with your rendering, we will create a three dimensional wax model which allows you to try on your creation before we cast it.
The wax model is an exact replica of your finished jewelry thus allowing you to see and experience your design first hand.
Step Three – Design Finalization
Once you’ve approved the wax model, we will develop a detailed price quote and provide an estimated completion date.
From there your design is cast and we begin to fabricate, set gems, and hand-finish your piece of jewelry.
Step Four – Delivery
The final step is the grand unveiling of your creation!
From initial design to computer rendering, to wax model, to finally holding your custom creation in your hands, you’ve been a part of the entire adventure.
Although our custom design process will be coming to an end for this creation, the memories, enjoyment and legacy value are forever.
We invite you to come and experience custom design in the way it should be, with your involvement from start to finish. . . You’re only four steps away!