RESTORE, REPURPOSE OR RECYCLE? HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR UNWANTED JEWELRY
About Forsythe Jewelers
For over 30 years, Forsythe Jewelers, located in The Shops at Sea Pines Center has brought the world’s best designer jewelry and gifts to Hilton Head. Carrying the most popular designer brands, this third-generation family-owned business provides an unhurried, small-town shopping experience to every customer who enters the store. Over the past three decades, the store has established itself as an island landmark and its name is synonymous with shopping on Hilton Head. For many locals, Forsythe is their “neighborhood” jewelry store where they are warmly greeted by name. For first-time visitors, the shop is the perfect backdrop for choosing a gift to remember their Hilton Head vacation. For returning visitors, shopping at Forsythe is as much of a part of their vacation as an evening bike ride or walk on the beach. It’s an event they’ve been anticipating since their last trip to the island. Forsythe allows customers to slow down and shop at a pace that only a vacation can provide…no rushing or compromising; they’re now on “island” time. Store owners Debbie Berling and Andrea Bragg keep Forsythe on-trend by traveling to Europe, Africa and throughout the United States to meet personally with designers and see firsthand where and how the items they choose for their showcases are made. As a member of The American Gem Society, Forsythe Jewelers takes pride in being among only a small percentage of jewelry stores in the world dedicated to high standards of professional ethics and education.
David Yurman Roberto Coin Forsythe Jewelers Travels to Italy John Hardy Marco Bicego Restore, Repurpose or Recycle Your Unwanted Jewelry Naledi Collection Simon G. Forsythe Jewelers Travels to South Africa Lagos Gurhan Fashion Forecast Jewelry Cleaning 101 The Art of Gift Giving Heather Moore MacKenzie-Childs Michele Our Favorite Things The Shops at Sea Pines Center/Events
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It began as a poem, inspired by an early evening walk through arching willow trees near David Yurman’s country home…
Willow’s icy reflection Dances on the pond My heart becomes light again
Soon, the sentiment found form in Willow, a new jewelry collection he created with Sybil, his wife. The graceful designs interpret David Yurman’s iconic cable motif in a slender, feminine way and effortlessly layer with his existing collections.
The Willow Collection Like fronds dancing on a light breeze, there is a kinetic energy in Willow. Each strand of cable is carefully placed to create a natural effect, with pavé diamonds shimmering like evening light on velvety, soft buds. “There’s a bit of organic harmony,” says David. “Like everything in nature, it’s perfectly asymmetric.”
Willow also takes a cue from the classics. As with all David Yurman collections, ancient art and symbolism shape each design. In mythology, the willow is the tree of enchantment. Now, in precious metal and sparkling diamonds, you can also be captivated by the Willow Collection’s enduring magic. The range of styles includes bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings in sterling silver and 18 karat gold with pavé diamonds.
David Yurman was founded in New York in 1980 and quickly became known as America’s leading fine jewelry and luxury timepiece designer for men, women and children. The signature gold and silver designs; diamond, pearl and gemstone jewelry; and Swiss-crafted timepieces are renowned for capturing the essence of relaxed American luxury. 5
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Roberto Coin’s Newest Collection: Pois Mois “After the huge success of the Appassionata Collection, I was looking for something with an innovative design and able to become an evergreen for its style as Appassionata did. The new Pois Moi collection has an ultra-modern design with a touch of vintage taste, able to perfectly fit a woman of any age. Its pattern comes from mixing different inspirations; the texture and feel connected to the World of Golf, and the recent shiny return of gold. These two moods together had never been introduced in the world of jewelry before. The soft square shape finds its inspiration in the Italian vintage trend called television shape, recalling the old monitors of the 50s. Even if the design appears extremely linear and simple, the manufacturing technique necessary for its realization is very complicated and requires the highest precision. Innovation and elegance are the two main ingredients in Roberto Coin’s newest collection...a collection which is quickly becoming recognized as iconic.”
Roberto Coin set to visit Forsythe Jewelers on October 23 The event is one of the very few public appearances Roberto will make in 2014. While on Hilton Head, Roberto will spend time with customers to share his passion for design and the creative process. He brings with him a very special collection of jewelry that travels exclusively with him throughout the world.
Forsythe’s Andrea Bragg shares a glass of wine with Rita Sowers, Vice President of Roberto Coin USA.
FORSYTHE JEWELERS VISITS ROBERTO COIN IN ITALY. This
Roberto Coin invited Forsythe’s Andrea Bragg to visit his design studio in Vicenza, Italy—the City of Gold—located in northeastern Italy, approximately 35 miles west of Venice. Andrea, along with a select group of Roberto’s North
visited his offices and workshop to experience firsthand how the master jeweler transforms his design genius into the world’s most
jewelry. Andrea was able to watch the artisans weave 18K gold into intricate patterns, and create the unique pieces destined to be cherished by women throughout the world.
Primavera coils in rose gold and yellow gold in line for production.
In addition to the studio and workshop tour, Roberto and his wife, Pilar, graciously opened up their home for a magnificent dinner and reception, which was set to the backdrop of the rolling hills surrounding Vicenza. The entire group enjoyed an evening of warm Italian hospitality. The week-long trip drew to a close with a farewell dinner
Fumanelli Wineries, nestled in the vineyards of the Verona countryside. The elaborate yet
dinner was the perfect ending to an extraordinary trip. The next time you visit Forsythe, be sure to ask Andrea all about her Italian adventure.
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one at a time, one of a kind, each one by hand. John Hardy is a luxury brand of handmade jewelry founded by Canadian designer and artist John Hardy in 1975. When John visited Bali in the mid-1970s the island’s jewelry-making traditions intrigued him. His first partners, the descendants of the goldsmiths to the royal courts of Bali, were the basis of today’s partnership between Western designers and local artisans. Together, they meld time-honored jewelry-making techniques with fresh design to create John Hardy collections. As part of their commitment to Bali and the environment at large, John Hardy plants bamboo. The long-lived, rapidly growing woody perennial grass is capturing the attention of environmentalists and sustainability advocates around the globe. The concept of “Greener Every Day” is a central aspiration for John Hardy. This deep commitment to the environment that permeates the way the company does business at every level. John Hardy is reshaping the world of luxury by creating each piece of jewelry one at a time, one of a kind, each one by hand.
Inspiration Italian designer, Marco Bicego has built his reputation by creating hand-crafted jewelry to be worn as everyday luxury.
Marco Bicego explains, â€œThe inspiration behind the creation of my jewels is rooted in my Venetian origins and the natural settings surrounding my territory. I have always believed in quality and in the secrets of Italian jewelry. The Marco Bicego brand combines old world tradition with contemporary design and conveys the typical values and details of Made in Italy. The distinct uniqueness of my timeless jewels can be described through artisanal craftsmanship and organic, imperfect shapes... always made in 18 karat gold.â€?
RESTORE, REPURPOSE OR RECYCLE? HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR UNWANTED JEWELRY.
Debbie Berling, Forsythe’s Graduate Gemologist, has tips regarding jewelry you no longer enjoy. In my jewelry box, I had several items gathering dust. There was a truly ugly 10K gold ring with drab green jade given to me by my high school boyfriend. There was also a truly beautiful 18K gold hat pin with a fox head on it, a gift from my grandfather. It’s pretty, but I don’t wear hats. Then there were several pairs of button earrings I “outgrew.” I prefer dangle earrings now, and a bolder look. As you might have guessed, each one of these unworn, unwanted pieces of jewelry met a different fate. The ugly 10K gold ring was scrapped because, well, it was ugly! The beautiful 18K gold hat pin was repurposed into a charm. The button earrings were given to my nieces with hopes they will think of me when they wear them. As you sort through your unworn jewelry item by item, here are some options to consider: • If the jewelry has great sentimental value, hold on to it. No precious metal or gems are as valuable as your memories of loved ones. Even if the item is not in fashion now, go ahead and wear it anyway, keeping memories of your loved ones close to you. • Give it away to someone you love. There is simply no better use for unwanted jewelry. Why wait until the end of your life to give away items you no longer wear, when you could see the enjoyment they bring to those you love right now? • Repurpose your jewelry so you can enjoy it once more. Turn your “old sentimentals” into new sensational jewelry. Forsythe’s designers will offer suggestions for how to update an item or rework it into a one-of-akind creation. You will receive a complimentary CAD rendering of your custom design beforehand and an estimate to approve. • Trade it in for exciting new jewelry. Yes, Forsythe will accept your unwanted jewelry as payment when you make a purchase. In general, you will receive a higher return for trading in your jewelry than you will if you sell it for cash. Be sure to ask if you might receive an even higher trade in value if the item is sold on consignment. • Scrap it. This is the best option for jewelry that is broken or woefully out of style. Gold prices are still double what they were in 2008, so you will get a good return on any jewelry you purchased before then. Remember, Forsythe will pay you for platinum, gold (even 10K) and sterling silver. We will weigh it and pay you for it on the spot. Don’t let unwanted jewelry take up space in your jewelry box. Discern the best way to dispose of it or trade it for new fashion. Remember, unlike other luxuries that lose value relatively quickly, fine jewelry almost always returns some value, even as it ages. Whether that value is monetary or sentimental, one thing is sure: it is an enduring investment in beauty and love. 15
The Naledi Collection includes exquisite diamond jewelry of superb beauty and quality with an emphasis on engagement rings and fashion jewelry. Naledi Collection diamonds are accompanied by a GIA grading report and are laser inscribed with the luxury hallmark. A century of diamond cutting experience ensures each and every diamond is perfectly crafted. The Naledi Collection is distributed by IGC Brand Services, a certified member of the Responsible Jewelry Council (RJC), an international organization bringing together more than 270 member companies from around the world and across the jewelry supply chain. RJC members are committed to promoting responsible, ethical, social and environmental practices within the diamond industry. A portion of each purchase is donated to Global Giving, a Washington, DC based organization that funds high impact social and environmental programs throughout the developing world.
Naledi RingFinder â€“ Download on the App Store Naledi RingFinder makes finding your engagement ring simple. Browse Nalediâ€™s stunning collection with that special someone, at home or on the go. The app provides all the tools you need to make your decision effortless, from diamond education to sharing favorites. A simple experience that makes this collection even more beautiful. Just like you. 16
Combining old-world tradition and the pursuit of perfection, Simon G.’s modern workshop produces some of the world’s most innovative jewelry. Noted for staying ahead of the curve in terms of design, Simon G. creations have won numerous awards and are recognized for the incorporation of various precious metals combined with natural fancy colored diamonds. Simon G. has a reputation for having perfected micro-set
diamond surfaces. This pursuit of perfection may be more time-consuming, but as Simon puts it, “Making an heirloom takes a little more time than just making jewelry.”
FORSYTHE JEWELERS TRAVELS TO
South Africa By Debbie Berling I have the best job in the world! It is such a joy to help our Forsythe “family” celebrate the important moments in their lives. Imagine now the added fun of traveling the world to keep up with international trends in style and design and to bring the finest jewelry and gems back to Hilton Head Island. Our diamonds, for example, are guaranteed conflictfree. We can make this promise because I have traveled to South Africa and Botswana to see the mines and the cutting factories with my own eyes. I have witnessed best safety practices for the miners, job creation and the improvements diamonds are making in the lives of the southern African people. Did you know that your purchase of a diamond from southern Africa will help build schools, hospitals and game preserves? It’s a privilege to be part of this uplifting story. In addition to wanting diamonds that are ethically sourced, Forsythe’s discerning clients also demand beauty and value. Beauty is determined foremost by the diamond’s cut and polish. It is always a pleasure to discover cutters who have the expertise to unlock a diamond’s inner fire. Visits to Botswana, Johannesburg, Antwerp, Ramat Gan in Israel and New York allow
Debbie in front of the mine’s earth-moving truck.
me to compare and hand pick diamonds that have maximum brilliance for the best price.
“ YO U R P U R C H A S E O F A D I A M O N D FROM SOUTHERN AFRICA W I L L H E L P B U I L D S C H O O L S , H O S P I TA L S A N D G A M E P R E S E R V E S .” 18
Debbie and her husband visit DeBeers open pit in Jwaneng mine in Botswana.
At the IGC diamond cutting factory.
Emerging from his belief that jewelry is one of the most personal, significant forms of art, Steven Lagos set out on his own and started LAGOS in 1977. As a designer, his vision of the LAGOS woman, her timeless elegance, her integrity and her sensuality, influence many of the collections. Sights and sounds forever inspire Steven, most of which are captured from his frequent travels to Asia and Europe. His vision goes beyond product development and permeates the entire organization of LAGOS, making the customer at the core of the company culture. The Art of Caviar—an Unmistakable LAGOS Signature Luminous caviar-like beading brings lush texture to sterling silver and 18K gold, transforming these precious metals into crafted jewelry that softly caresses the skin. The artistry of Caviar is best captured through its creative process. It takes hundreds of steps to complete the many facets of a single Caviar creation. This process always starts with a hand-drawn sketch by Steven Lagos and finishes when the sterling silver is oxidized to create the sculptural qualities that make Caviar unique.
“The artistry of Caviar is best captured through its creative process.” 21
A life worth living. Gurhan is internationally renowned for pioneering the revival of pure 24K gold jewelry and for changing the landscape of jewelry design with his award-winning creations. But Gurhan is much more than that… and so is the brand that he has created. He is a largerthan-life personality whose eclectic tastes have forged a brand which is known for its diverse and rich expressions of a life worth living. Gurhan’s initial creations in pure gold quickly drew attention from discerning collectors in Istanbul and travelers to Turkey. An early admirer was an Australian woman living in New York and on vacation in Turkey. She fell in love with his jewelry first, and then she fell in love with him. From the first moment it was evident that Fiona was Gurhan’s soul mate. Together they built a life of adventure and variety which continues to fuel Gurhan’s inspiration for his designs. Fiona Tilley, now his wife, is today president and CEO of their company. Together they have created a wonderfully successful brand which is the center of their life together—a life worth living.
FashionForecast Obsessing about your personal jewelry collection? Staying up with the latest trends can give your personal â€œlookâ€? a big boost.
Forsythe Jewelers travels to jewelry shows throughout the world to bring the latest trends back to you.
Here’s the lowdown on the latest greatest jewelry must-haves for right now: • One really rockin’ ring. All it takes is one look-at-me ring to make a style statement, C’mon. Don’t be afraid to go big. Flaunt it on your middle finger. • A cool cuff. It can add instant elegance to a sporty or casual outfit. It’s also very sexy. • Throw an arm party. Stack bangles or rigid bracelets up your wrist. The more the merrier. It’s OK to mix metals (silver, blackened silver, gold). It’s OK to mix designers. It’s a party! • Eclectic earrings. You’ll need some demure “button” earrings to wear with your bold necklaces. After all, you don’t want to steal the thunder from your fab collar. But when your neck is bare, you want your earrings to carry the day. Go with big hoops or bold dangles. Even chandeliers. • Long layers. You can still wear your minimal pendant on a delicate 18” chain, but hang several longer necklaces around it. Stack them close together like a bib, or let them cascade down your front at different lengths. Have you ever tried wearing one of those long necklaces as a belt, or even wrapped around your wrist as a bracelet? • Gold! It’s back at last! Tired of wearing nothing but sterling silver? Kick it up a notch! Add a touch of warm, lustrous gold. The price of gold has come down significantly from where it was a couple years ago. Remember, you can trade in or recycle your outdated gold fashion jewelry for the newest styles. We are able to share these styling tips with you because the Forsythe team visits New York and Las Vegas every year to see what’s new and to bring the best of it back to Hilton Head. We’ve also had the good fortune to travel to Italy every couple years to stay one step ahead of international trends. Finally, we continually attend training and educational classes to sharpen our gemological and management skills. You can be assured that whatever you buy from Forsythe —no matter how big or how small—will be in good taste and fashion forward. We want our “Forsythe family” to be stylin’!
Shine n! Jewelry Cleaning 101 By Debbie Berling
A woman once asked me why her diamond had lost its brilliance. One look and I knew instantly. It had a layer of “gunk” stuck underneath it. Upon closer inspection, I discovered an apple seed stuck in the undercarriage of the setting. Even more amazing… the apple seed was beginning to sprout! I asked if she liked to bake and she said yes, especially apple pies. By cleaning your jewelry often, you will sparkle like a rock star and protect it from harmful wear. It only takes a couple sprays of a grease-cutting cleanser, a once-over with an electric toothbrush and a quick rinse. To clean gold and platinum, my favorite grease cutting cleansers are Mr. Clean, Formula 409 or Fantastik. Ammonia is effective too, but it’s so stinky! And please, no toothpaste. It’s simply too abrasive for most precious metals. When traveling, make due with a squirt of shampoo or liquid soap. Chlorine (a.k.a. bleach) is the enemy of precious metals and can actually dissolve your jewelry. That means it’s prudent to remove jewelry before splashing in hot tubs, super-chlorinated swimming pools and Jacuzzis. Salt is the enemy of sterling silver. Leave your silver jewelry home before going to the beach. Even perspiration can dull or discolor sterling. You’ll keep it looking like new if you rub it with a soft cloth before and after wearing it, and treat it with respect. Whether you’re home or on vacation, the best and easiest way to maintain your jewelry is to take it to a professional jeweler. We pros have specialized equipment to remove scratches from precious metals, dissolve dirt and remove oxidation. We finish the cleaning with a blast of cleansing steam and, finally, an inspection to make sure all your gems are secure in their settings. Think of it as a spa day for your jewelry! Whether you do it yourself or go to a pro, remember to protect your jewelry investment with regular cleanings. Now, go forth and sparkle!
THE ART OF
Whether for graduation, an anniversary, the birth of a child or even “just because,” the right gift will convey your love and gratitude to the recipient. Finding the perfect gift, however, is a task requiring thought, care and sometimes a little help. The Forsythe team is trained in the art of gift giving, no matter the occasion or recipient. Heather Moore Jewelry is one of the team’s favorites since each piece is hand-stamped and customizable to suit each taste and preference. Children’s birthdates, anniversaries, vacation landmarks, even an imprint of a handwritten message from a child can be stamped on a Heather Moore charm.
Giving a gift to remember your Hilton Head vacation—even if it’s for yourself—is easy at Forsythe. The Ocean Wave pendant is a popular favorite and available in different sizes and price ranges. Also popular are the Hilton Head specific and beach charms that can be mixed, matched and added to each year. Maybe this year you start with a charm stamped with Hilton Head’s longitude and latitude, and next year add a sea turtle and a lighthouse!
Gift giving is made simple if the recipient is a collector. Forsythe is proud to offer one of the largest
selections of MacKenzie-Childs collectibles on the east coast. Founded on a farm in Aurora, New York, MacKenzie-Childs offers heirloom quality, hand painted homeware and accessories. The company’s wildly popular Courtly Check and Parchment Check are the perfect starter collections
since the exuberant checked patterns fit beautifully into every decor. From tea pots to stemware, serving platters to picture frames, and now at last jewelry, it’s easy to find that perfect enduring gift for the people who are special in your life. WARNING: Collecting MacKenzie-Childs can be addicting!
Document milestones in your life with Heather Moore’s jewelry collection featuring personalized, hand stamped charms in precious metals. Heather Moore turns everyday jewelry into treasured heirlooms that are worn and collected for a lifetime. All of the pieces are created in Cleveland, Ohio, with recycled sterling silver and a rainbow of 14K and 18K golds. Everyone has something special in his or her life to acknowledge or celebrate. As Heather says, “Over time, you will have an amazing collection of pieces that capture moments in time and truly reflect who you are.”
Handmade in Aurora Time-honored crafts thrive in the 21st century on a small farm in rural central New York. From plates to planters, teapots to tureens, MacKenzie-Childs designs are alive with individuality. Since 1983, MacKenzie-Childs has made handcrafted ceramics, each piece a one-of-a-kind collectible. The company also designs and hand-decorates furniture and other home furnishings. Each piece is created by skilled artisans and holds the surprise and joy of the unexpected. Turn over a ceramic mug or platter or chair and you will see the stamps or marks of the artisans who contributed to its creation, to each step in the process. That individuality, the evidence of the artisanâ€™s hand, is what makes each piece a one-of-a kind work of beauty and grace. Stains and glazes are painted on by hand, not by machine. You may notice variations in the density and depth of the color. This evidence of the artisanâ€™s hand is highly valued by collectors: No two pieces are identical. Set a table with MacKenzie-Childs plates and their variations are sure to please and delight your guests. In the 21st century, where standardization and uniformity are hard to escape, the unique personality and individuality of MacKenzie-Childsâ€™ creations is heart-warming.
Miami Ice The glamour and vibrant lifestyle of Miami has long been reflected in the distinctive style of Michele. With brilliant diamond cases, natural mother-of-pearl dials, deco influenced design elements and luxurious straps which can be easily interchanged for any occasion, Michele embodies all the allure of the runway, appealing to young and fashionable individuals. Micheleâ€™s
timeless elegance with contemporary fashion. Strap materials are sourced from all over the world and include alligator, python and calfskin leathers. Michele closely follows the international fashion scene, ensuring that the brand is on the forefront of changing fashion and runway trends. Michele interprets and develops these trends to introduce new, luxurious collections of straps seasonally in a fashionable spectrum of colors, textures and finishes.
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The Forsythe team have nicknamed themselves “The Gems.” Every day they are asked by visitors to suggest their favorite places to go and things to do on Hilton Head Island. Here are some “gems of wisdom” from “The Gems!”
Debbie’s favorite thing is: I love to begin my day with a walk on the beach at sunrise, followed by breakfast at the Live Oak restaurant in the Plantation Club. The restaurant has floor to ceiling windows and a spectacular golf course view.
Laurie’s favorite thing is: After work, I like to stop by Lowcountry Produce to get a delicious dinnerto-go. When my young niece comes to visit, I take her to Lawton Stables to see the horses, and to the small animal farm there to pet the deer and rabbits.
Dining Water Sports Boating Tennis Forest Preserve Shopping Beach Equestrian Leisure Trails Golf Entertainment Spa G Andrea’s favorite thing is: Touring Sea Pines on our bikes which includes picking flowers in the wildflower fields in the Forest Preserve, taking apples to feed the horses at Lawton Stables, going to the Salty Dog at South Beach, climbing the lighthouse in Harbourtown and of course spending the day at the beach!
Barbara’s favorite thing is: Dining at Santa Fe Cafe and sitting upstairs in the cantina to listen to the live music.
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Tammy’s favorite thing is: Watching the fireworks display at Shelter Cove on Tuesday nights with my family. The best viewing is from a kayak rented from Outside Hilton Head. Just park it in a marsh and look up. Oooooo! Aaaaaaah!
Rebecca’s favorite thing is: Taking my three boys to hunt for sharks’ teeth in our favorite spot...Port Royal Sound. I used to joke that they couldn’t have dinner unless they all found at least one!
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Dining Boating Leisure Trails Jody’s favorite thing is: Having dinner in Harbour Town and then climbing to the top of the lighthouse to take in the beautiful view!
Keith’s favorite thing is: Playing golf on one of my favorite golf courses: Harbour Town, Long Cove, Arthur Hills at Palmetto Dunes or Palmetto Hall.
Forest Preserve Behind the Gates
Water Sports 5,000 acres of fun!
Golf Leisure Trails
At 5,000 acres, Sea Pines is Hilton Head’s largest resort community. Boundless adventure awaits the many guests and visitors who pass through its gates. Explore the beach, ride horseback through the Nature Preserve,
go fishing, bike the leisure trails, enjoy tennis, boating, dining and of course great shopping in Sea Pines Center. Sea Pines charges a $6 entrance fee for daily visitors. The fee is used to pay for free parking and trolley service
within the resort, road and leisure trail maintenance, and general upkeep and beautification. Many merchants are happy to reimburse the fee when you make a purchase.
The Shops at Sea Pines Center When you visit The Shops at Sea Pines Center on Lighthouse Road in Sea Pines, be sure to check out all the friendly merchants. To learn more about each shop, visit TheShopsAtSeaPinesCenter.com Frosty’s Italian Ices & More Giuseppi’s Pizza Heritage Classic Foundation Joseph Adams Designs Le Spa Lighthouse Realty Lowcountry Produce Memory Lane Portraits Palmettoes Peddling Pelican Bike Rentals Plantation Station Sea Pines Liquor The Back Door The Club Group The Sea Pines Resort Fitness Center Truffles Cafe United States Postal Service
Hilton Head offers something for everyone nearly each month of the year. Below are some of our favorites for 2014. Visit ForsytheHHI.com or HiltonHeadIsland.org for additional details on the events listed below: Farmers Market at The Shops at Sea Pines Center Every Tuesday, April-October Silver Repair Clinic with Mitch Paul September 18-20 Jewelry Repair, Redesign, Repurpose Event with designer Paula Dawkins September 26-27 Roberto Coin Guest Appearance at Forsythe Jewelers October 23 Hilton Head Motoring Festival and Concours d’Elegance October 24 – November 2 United Way of the Lowcountry’s United Holiday November 12 RBC Heritage Golf Tournament April 13-19, 2015
Events are subject to change, please visit our website, ForsytheHHI.com for details or call 843.671.7070 to confirm. 39
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