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The walls of Sierra Moon will soon be adorned with the art of Sarah Coleman. The Nevada City artist will be featured at Art Walk on Thursday, June 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. Coleman is a Placer High graduate who studied art at UC Santa Cruz. She returned to the

Linda’s “Outside the Box” project is staying close to home, but only after fetching a huge chunk of change for Placer Arts. Shanghai Tin-Type, an art piece that Linda collaborated on with Gary and Jan Lord, is now hanging prominently in the front room at Carpe Vino, just across the street

It’s right there in the name of their shop -- Sierra Moon Goldsmiths. John and Linda love working with the precious element that made the Sierra Foothills famous some 160 years ago. “It’s a huge attraction for the area,” John said of the rich history of gold mining in the region.

Old Town Auburn will be buzzing with activity for the next several days and Sierra Moon will be right in the middle of the action. On Sunday, Old Town will host the Spring Antiques Street Fair. The popular event will be held, rain or shine, throughout the day in the streets

Sales are rare at Sierra Moon, but the store will be celebrating spring with deep discounts on nearly everything in stock from May 6th - May 15th. Everything in the store, and online, will be 25 to 40 percent off. Sale excludes gold nuggets, William Henry Collection items, and some consignment items.

Sierra Moon was burglarized early this morning, but John and Linda are thankful there was nominal damage to the store and its inventory. All of the store's repairs and in-progress pieces are secure and still on schedule. All customers' merchandise is safe and undamaged. The store is

Annie Neff was looking for a little more bling on her wedding ring.  So she brought her 2004 ring into Sierra Moon and John and Linda were happy to help. They are redesigning the ring, building up the sides of the ring and providing accent diamonds that will enhance the main

Dustin Spence was looking for the perfect piece of jewelry to feature in his professional cinematic debut, “Mercy-Less.” He found it at Sierra Moon. John Lynch, a co-owner of Sierra Moon, designed the piece, which showcases a large turquoise stone featured in an American Indian style necklace. It is eye-catching in