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A Symbol of Infinite Love From the day the Lucky Wedding set was acquired by Sierra Moon Goldsmiths, "everybody loved it," says Sierra Moon Co-owner John Lynch. "It's a simple design, and it has a certain vibe to it." First created in the late 1920's by a San Francisco jeweler, the set

Gold is gold, no matter how old. And transforming old pieces into brilliant, new designs can be a great way to get the most from your precious metal. Especially when it is gifted by two moms for their children's wedding bands. As is the case with David and Jill Zwerdling. The couple

The vine collection of necklaces by designer Kristi Taylor has been introduced to the Sierra Moon Goldsmiths gallery. "We are so excited about our new relationship with Kristi," says Sierra Moon Gallery Manager Shawn Baldwin. "She is the perfect fit for Sierra Moon and her pieces have been very popular since

                The concept of infinity opens minds to endless possibilities. The word comes from the Latin "infinitas" or "unboundedness." In ancient India and Tibet the infinity symbol represented perfection, dualism, and unity between male and female. The design of this infinity ring series was inspired by a custom ring made by Sierra Moon

This glamorously striking pendant was custom designed by Sierra Moon Goldsmiths Co-owner Linda Pierce. Linda created the pendant in sterling silver with a large center stone of crinkle-cut Hypersthene (hi-pur-steen). The name Hypersthene is derived from the Greek meaning "over strength." It is a stone believed to enhance self esteem. The strength