Mother's Day is next week

Being a mother is incredibly hard work, so why not make mom's special day really stand out? A gift of fine, T. Foster & Co. jewelry is sure to let her know how much you appreciate all of her efforts. It's time to splurge on the woman you love - the best "thank you" she can ever receive!

To celebrate all of our favorite mothers, we're offering a free massage at the Face and Body Spa with any purchase made between May 1- May 12! Browse our website and call or email today to reserve a wonderful gift for the woman you love.

To make it even better we are offering 15%, 20%, or 25% off. Just stop in and pick from our bowl of savings! 

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What's Trending at T. Foster!

What's Trending at T. Foster & Co.


Here's what trending this month...

Did you know that more than half of our sales are custom designs? It's true. This means that you get to be your own jewelry designer with us! Recently, one of our customers came in with an idea and some rings she wanted to redesign. The final outcome was our handmade "Flower" eternity band design. Simply flawless and beautiful. 


We took three older style rings from our customer's collection and made one amazing piece that she absolutely loves!




This month we'll highlight our favorite jewelry updates to open up a wealth of ideas for your own new creation.  Call or email today to make your appointment with Suzanne and experience this trending excitement for yourself! 215-493-6100

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Did you know?

Do you know about our Jewelry Wardrobe Assessment? This is an absolutely free service that's unique to T. Foster & Co. Set up an appointment with our production guru, Suzanne, and bring all of your jewelry. Beloved, unloved, in need of repair - we want it all. Jewelry never goes out of style but it does change over time.

Our Jewelry Wardrobe Assessment is a lot of fun. You get to design your own piece of jewelry or get those 2 carats studs you always wanted. Or even update your old engagement ring while still keeping the sentimental value of your original diamond. 

Suzanne Foster will expertly assist you in organizing your jewelry collection. Think about updating pieces that need freshening up, trade unwanted items for new “must have” pieces, or add favorites to your wish list for future consideration. Call or email to schedule your appointment today!

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Our Annual Sale is Here

Yes, you read that right our Annual Sale is here! 


It's that time of year again. Every spring, Tim and Suzanne embark on their spectacular European buying trip. They'll return with some truly remarkable new gems, and we want to make space in our inventory for the fabulous new creations that will be designed with these stones. With this in mind, we bring you our Annual Sale. This is a once-a-year event. Everything in the store is 10%-50% off! It's a sale you don't want to miss, so mark your calendars.

Make sure to join our mailing list to receive our daily sale emails of our sale pieces during this time. Don't miss out on the fun. 

Here's a sneak peak of what's on sale:





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Padparadscha Engagement Ring

Princess Eugenie of York, cousin to Princes William and Harry, is engaged, and she has a stunning and unusual ring to prove it.

The Royal Family released official engagement photos of the couple, which showed the princess sporting a ring featuring an oval-cut padparadscha sapphire center stone surrounded by a halo of round-brilliant white diamonds and two trillion-cut white diamonds on a yellow gold band.

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Princess Eugenie is right on trend as fancy color sapphires continue to rise in popularity.  Pink, purple and blue stones are the trending colors right now.  And many royals have used sapphires as engagement rings, including Princess Diana whose ring was passed on to Princess Kate.


Most people don’t know about colored gemstones and especially what a padparadscha sapphire is, so Princess Eugenie’s engagement is a great start to getting information out there about this rare, beautiful and unique stone. The name derives from the Sinhalese word for lotus blossom. The Sinhalese people are native to Sri Lanka, where most padparadscha sapphires come from. Colors range from a light orange-pink to a more intense pink with a hint of orange. Because of their rarity, all padparadschas will have their own unique and individual coloring with some more pink or orange, and some lighter or darker in shade.

Intensely colored stones with a rich saturation are very highly prized. Many padparadscha sapphires have cloud-like inclusions which can be visible to the eye. Our fabulous 2.02 carat padparadscha ring, shown below, is strikingly clear and free of visible clouds and is a richly saturated deep pink with orange overtones. Its brilliant proportions are striking as well thus avoiding the "window" or "area of flatness" effect that is often seen in the center of poorly cut stones. You'll see some examples of the "window" effect in the stones shown above.


Pink sapphires have traditionally symbolized creativity, love and romance, while orange sapphires are equated with energy and enthusiasm. With both of these meanings combined in one stone, padparadscha sapphires are truly unique. The woman who owns such a stone is an individual that takes a fresh and new approach to life and love.

We'd love to share more information with you about these amazing gems!

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