JEWELERS • MAGAZINE
on Hilton Head Gold is Back (Did it Ever Really Leave?) #HHIStrong – After Hurricane Matthew
of the Year Winner
36 years Marking
on Hilton Head
Celebrating 36 years in 2017, Forsythe Jewelers continues to bring the world’s best designer jewelry and gifts to Hilton Head. Carrying the most popular designer brands, this 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. In fact, the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce recently named Forsythe as its “Small Business of the Year.” Storeowner Andrea Bragg keeps Forsythe on-trend by traveling the world to meet personally with designers and see firsthand where and how the items she chooses for the showcases are made. As a member of The American Gem Society, Forsythe Jewelers takes pride in being part of a small percentage of jewelry stores in the world dedicated to high standards of professional ethics and education. 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 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.
inside David Yurman Fashion & Philanthropy Roberto Coin Roberto Coin Cento Diamonds About Hilton Head Island LAGOS Abundantly Blessed Marco Bicego 2017 Color of the Year Naledi Collection About The Sea Pines Resort Gold is Back! (Did it Really Ever Leave?) John Hardy #HHIStrong: After Hurricane Matthew Gurhan MacKenzie-Childs Local Gems of Wisdom Did You Know That Forsythe Jewelers... Beach Inspired Jewelry The Shops at Sea Pines Center Directory Upcoming Events
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Laurie, Elaine, Andrea, Keith, Rebecca, Katelin, Barb, Tammy The Shops At Sea Pines Center 71 Lighthouse Rd., Suite 311 | Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 Phone: 843-671-7070 | E-Mail: Andrea@ForsytheJewelers.biz ForsytheJewelers.biz Mon.-Fri., 10 AM - 5:30 PM | Sat. 10 AM - 5 PM | Closed Sunday 3
Continuance Collection Sculpture, on the body. This is how Sybil Yurman describes the new Continuance collection; it is meticulously engineered to fall perfectly on the wrist or the neck. The Continuance collection’s striking, lyrical interpretations of loosened Cable motifs as links, loops, twists and knots create an alluringly natural and slightly undone effect. Continuance is an embodiment of beauty and romance.
Continuance Gold This collection is a particularly elegant example of this sort of the David Yurman craft; the organic lines, representing untwisted forms of Cable, are hand-formed to create looping and seductive repetitions—almost like the physical representation of rhythm in a song. Enhancing the melody, certain pieces are handset with gypsy set diamonds and pavé diamonds. Available in 18k pink and yellow gold.
fashion philanthropy Happy 35th Anniversary, HHSO! Forsythe Jewelers knows how to throw a party…especially when it involves raising money for a wonderful cause. On February 2, 2017, Forsythe hosted the “Sparkling Notes of Love” event to benefit the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra (HHSO) and to help celebrate its 35th season. Over 70 guests filled the store that evening and were treated to live music, delicious fare, complimentary cleaning of their jewelry, a goody bag and of course, the latest collections from the world’s top jewelry designers! “The HHSO was thrilled with the response to the event by orchestra supporters and fine jewelry lovers,” shared Mary Briggs, HHSO President and CEO. “It was an evening that offered beautiful gems, lovely music, food, wine and the opportunity to visit with friends or make new acquaintances. Forsythe Jewelers is such a valued community contributor and partner.”
After the event, many of the guests traveled across the courtyard to dine at Truffles Café who also donated a percentage of their sales that evening to the HHSO. “I was thrilled to see that our donation, when combined with Truffles’, was over $3,500!” said Andrea Bragg, Forsythe’s owner. “Giving back to our community is a large part of our store’s DNA and it comes naturally. Whenever we can combine philanthropy and fashion, it makes for a fun and successful event!”
The combined donation from Forsythe and Truffles surpassed $3,500.
About The HHSO The mission of the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra is to inspire and enrich the lives of our citizens and visitors through the performance of outstanding music, educational programs and community partnerships. Learn more at HHSO.org.
Princess Flower Collection Roberto Coinâ€™s creative universe would not be complete without a collection dedicated to the symbol par excellence of gifts and beauty. The flower jewel signed by Roberto Coin is part of the creative bouquet of the Princess collection and has the same distinguishing twisted wire workmanship with alternating smooth and rough surfaces that evokes the characteristics of various essences.
The iconic shape of the petals in the Princess Flower remains the same and is narrated in a variety of shades. The necklaces and bracelets of the collection are filled with a multitude of flowers in various sizes that come in sequence as in a real flower garden. Sometimes, as in the case of the rings and pendants, the flower blooms alone as the absolute star of style and emotion – a marvel of majesty and grace that is born of precious seeds such as diamonds.
Florentine Collection Set in 18kt white, yellow or rose gold, the Roberto Coin Cento Collection offers remarkable radiance and breathtaking design.
The exclusive 100 facet architecture of the Cento diamond has nearly double the facets of a traditional round brilliant diamond.
Roberto Coin designed the extraordinary Cento diamond with the brilliance and fire of love in mind.
Hilton Head Island - Modern Classic Nestled along the pristine South Carolina shoreline, enter a world where nature’s beauty and resort luxuries coexist like nowhere else on earth. On Hilton Head Island, rich Lowcountry culture is yours to explore. Its spectacular natural beauty with lush greenery, magnificent live oak trees and breathtaking sunsets create scenic inspiration for relaxation and renewal. Take a deep, warm Island breath On Hilton Head Island, the attention given to the environment has set the standard for other developments around the country. Appreciate the respect of the Island’s developers for the environment while you travel down 60+ miles of public bike and nature trails or enjoy one of the most beloved family beaches in the country. There’s something marvelously different about the relaxed, warm island attitude found on Hilton Head Island that makes it the best family destination. A vacation packed full of Island adventure Get a little taste of everything with more than 300 Hilton Head restaurants. Take a Southern culinary tour and sample fresh local seafood and Lowcountry cuisine. Enjoy the local cultural scene with its lively festivals, local crafts and music, dance and theater performances. Play on one of the 24 Hilton Head Island world-class golf courses that have been designed by golf’s preeminent architects. With over 200 stores, shops and boutiques, the Island is a shopper’s delight, providing a vast selection of choices for that perfect Island souvenir. Our array of Hilton Head Island vacation home and villa rentals and hotel offerings will suit every traveler’s lifestyle and budget. 12
Explore Hilton Head Island Finding your way around Hilton Head Island is quick and easy with the Island Compass App. Search for nearby activities, restaurants, and even travel deals. Go on one of our popular scenic tours or map out your own, and get directions effortlessly for your next great adventure. The app allows you to create the perfect vacation itinerary, whether it’s for the morning, the day, or the week. You can browse activities by category, get contact information for local businesses, map area attractions, make reservations for restaurants and more. Adventures beyond the Island Experience the heart of the Lowcountry in Bluffton, just over the bridge from Hilton Head Island. Situated on a bluff overlooking the pristine May River, Bluffton is considered to be one of the last authentic coastal villages in the South. Bluffton’s rich history tells the story of the Lowcountry’s beginnings - and the Heyward House, a beautifully preserved ante-bellum home serves as Bluffton’s Welcome Center. Fresh off the press of recently being designated the sixth cultural district in the state by the South Carolina Arts Commission, it’s the perfect place to begin your tour of this vibrant arts and culture community. For a twist on the Lowcountry experience, take a boat ride across Calibogue Sound to the southernmost sea island in South Carolina, Daufuskie Island. With no bridge and few paved roads, Daufuskie has retained a rural feel, preserving its centuries-old Gullah culture along with its white sand beaches, ancient oaks and saltwater marshes. For a day trip or a vacation, Daufuskie offers a fascinating glimpse into the past. Welcome to Hilton Head Island – we invite you to enjoy all that we have to offer. Visit hiltonheadisland.org for more information. 13
Abundantly Blessed by Linda S. Hopkins
**This article first ran in the November 2016 issue of
On a Monday morning in early September, sixyear-old Kylie Hicks, from Chattanooga, Tennessee, peered through the window at Forsythe Jewelers in The Shops at Sea Pines Center, waiting to select a sterling silver sea charm—a gift the locally-owned jewelry store offers to every child hosted by Hilton Head Heroes, a homegrown charity that provides resort vacations to families with children who have life-threatening illnesses. Hicks was diagnosed with leukemia two and a half years ago and has since undergone a series of treatments to save her life. “It’s 10 till 10. I see a family outside our door. She won’t even go to the beach until she picks out her necklace,” said store owner Andrea Bragg, recounting her first blessing of the day. Each week, a new “hero” child is afforded the same opportunity, and Bragg gets to be a part of something bigger than the Hope Diamond and more precious than gold. The selection of charms includes shark teeth, dolphins, sea turtles, sand dollars and starfish. “The children are so excited about coming in and making a memory,” Bragg said. “It is a small thing, and they are always so grateful, but I feel like I’m the one getting the gift.” Hicks chose a starfish, and according to her mother, Heidi Hicks, later that day, she found 16
a real starfish washed up on the beach. For the Hicks family, the beach represents life, and the charm has come to be a symbol of healing and universal love, as Kylie has completed her chemotherapy and is now in remission. Shop for a cause In addition to Hilton Head Heroes, Forsythe Jewelers supports a broad range of nonprofit organizations that positively affect the Lowcountry including the American Heart Association, Hilton Head Humane Association, Boys & Girls Club, Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra and many others. “As long as I can continue to be successful, I can continue to support these local charities,” Bragg said, “schools, animals, churches, arts—the list is long.” Last year, Forsythe Jewelers had the opportunity to team up with prestigious jewelry designer David Yurman, hosting an event to benefit a charity of choice. For Bragg, who worked at the Hilton Head Hospital from 19922001, prior to beginning her career at Forsythe Jewelers, the natural choice was Volunteers in Medicine (VIM), a local organization that provides free healthcare to needy families. “I remember how
excited the board and the leadership of the hospital were that Jack [McConnell] had this vision and how they participated in getting it started.” Several Forsythe clients were serving on the board at VIM, and Bragg’s employees were equally enthused. “Everybody who works here has lived in the area a long time. We are ingrained in the community, and we wanted to partner with a charity that we were all interested in supporting,” she said. Feel free to browse If you typically find jewelry stores intimidating or overwhelming, stop in Forsythe Jewelers any time for a warm slice of hospitality and a refreshing no-pressure shopping experience. Whether you are a local resident, a first-time vacationer or a returning visitor, you will be put at ease the moment you step through the door. You can even have your jewelry cleaned free of charge while browsing at your leisure. Like the founding family and the Hilton Head Island store’s previous owner, Debbie Rochow Berling, Bragg believes that success means more than making a sale. The true measure, she explained, is the joy that comes from serving others. “We love to serve our clients, we love to serve each other, and we love to serve the community. Whatever it is that somebody needs, that’s what we’re all about.” Forsythe Jewelers offers custom designs in addition to popular jewelry lines such as David Yurman, Roberto Coin, John Hardy, Gurhan, Marco Bicego, Lagos, Naledi and more. They also carry a selection of MacKenzie-Childs hand-painted tableware, furniture, and gifts. “People are amazed at the selection they can find here—like a big city shopping experience in a small town. Yet it’s unpretentious—not a scary place. We welcome you like you’re a part of our family, whether you buy anything or not,” Bragg said. Forsythe Jewelers currently employs six fulltime workers and one part-timer. “Everybody here has different skills and talents and we all fit together like a puzzle,” Bragg said. “We really care about our
Kylie shows off her starfish charm to Andrea and Rebecca, members of the Forsythe team.
customers and want to lead them to the right decision. It is truly our pleasure to be doing what we’re doing, and I think that’s apparent to our clientele.” In business locally for 36 years, Forsythe Jewelers has a vested interest in preserving the qualities that draw locals and visitors alike to a place they call home, and that means giving generously to the community. “The way we are successful is through our relationships,” Bragg said. “It’s all one giant circle. We are blessed to have this store and blessed by our clients, and we are glad to give back in any way that we can.” The mission of Hilton Head Heroes is to bring families with children between the ages of four and eighteen suffering from life threatening illnesses to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina for a resort vacation. Learn more at HHHeroes.com. 17
Since the launch of his eponymous jewelry line in 2000, Marco Bicego has redefined the phrase â€œeveryday luxuryâ€? with sensuous, extraordinarily beautiful jewelry which blends old world Italian hand craftsmanship with tradition, passion, and imagination.
Masai Collection Inspired by the ornaments typical of the African Masai tribe. Each piece is crafted in 18k gold hand-coiled strands, and carefully adapts to the curves of the body allowing styles to be worn alone or stacked.
According to Pantone Color Institute, Greenery is, “A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings. Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew.” The color automatically makes us think of cascading marsh grasses that blanket the Lowcountry in the spring. Thus, inspiring us to pull together a few pieces that represent the color and the essence of new beginnings.
Roberto Coin Black Jade Collection with Diamonds and Green Agate
Roberto Coin Tiny Treasure Palm Tree Necklace with Diamonds and Tsavorite
David Yurman Chatelaine Ring with Chrysoprase and Diamonds
John Hardy Celestial Orb Drop Earring with Green Jade and Tsavorite
THE SEA PINES RESORT HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Discover the beauty, fun and excitement of the place that draws families to its shores year after year. The Sea Pines Resort’s natural setting offers an endless list of adventures—golf, tennis, bike trails, Eco-Adventures, fishing expeditions, kayaking trips, horseback rides, walking tours through the Sea Pines Forest Preserve, water sports, fishing charters, sightseeing and dinner cruises. After all the outdoor excitement, treat yourself to boutique shopping and exceptional dining. ACCOMMODATIONS Heralded as one of Condé Nast Traveler’s “World’s Best Places to Stay” and rated No. 5 in Travel + Leisure’s 2016 World’s Best Awards list of “World’s Best Family Beach Hotels,” the resort offers more than 400 accommodations, from spacious homes and comfortable villas to the luxurious Inn & Club at Harbour Town. Ranked No. 5 among the best hotels in the United States, No. 2 among the best hotels in the South, and No. 58 among the best hotels in the World by Condé Nast Traveler’s 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards, this Forbes Four Star, AAA Four Diamond hotel, The Inn & Club at Harbour Town is a member of the Preferred Resorts & Hotels program, Condé Nast Johansens Collection, and Southern Living Hotel Collection. DINING You will find a variety of dining options at The Sea Pines Resort, including casual fare, Lowcountry cuisine, and fresh seafood specialties. The resort’s restaurants offer views that are as memorable as the menu offerings. Enjoy a variety of offerings including: Links, an American Grill; Coast, Oceanfront Dining; The Quarterdeck, Waterfront Dining; Live Oak, Lowcountry-Inspired Cuisine; and Ocean Lounge. GOLF With three incredible championship golf courses, there is no reason to stray from The Sea Pines Resort. The iconic Harbour Town Golf Links, home to the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing – South Carolina’s only PGA TOUR event – is irrefutably the “must-play” venue in the region. This distinguished course recently reopened following a series of enhancements that included re-grassing the golf course and the installation of a new state-of-the-art irrigation system. Heron Point by Pete Dye also features highly regarded course layouts. The all-new Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III is a complete reconstruction of the resort’s historic Ocean Course. Love Golf Design, which includes Davis and his brother, Mark, as well as lead architect
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Scot Sherman, has fashioned entirely rebuilt holes to accommodate modern shot values and frame scenic corridors. These courses abound with majestic, centuries-old hardwoods, lagoons and saltwater marshes. TENNIS Under the direction of U.S. Open and Wimbledon champion Stan Smith, The Sea Pines Racquet Club has grown into a premier resource for tennis enthusiasts. With its wide selection of instructional programs, it’s easy to see why TENNIS magazine ranked this world-class tennis resort as one of America’s top destinations. HARBOUR TOWN YACHT BASIN Located in the heart of The Sea Pines Resort, and ideally situated on captivating Calibogue Sound, Harbour Town is recognized for its premier offerings and is irrefutably Hilton Head Island’s most famous marina. Harbour Town Yacht Basin also won the 2015 Marina of the Year award from ValvTect Marine Fuels as well as the 2015 Marina of the Year award by Marina Dock Age Magazine and second place in Marinalife’s 2015 Best Marina Contest. Visitors and guests enjoy water sports, fishing charters, sight-seeing cruises and much more, all amidst the spectacular backdrop of the Harbour Town Lighthouse. NEW AMENITIES Just as it has set that standard in the past, the resort has raised the bar for discerning guests through a series of magnificent new facilities available for all to enjoy. The Plantation Golf Club was completely rebuilt from the ground up and features stunning golf views, the delicious offerings of Live Oak, Lowcountry-Inspired Cuisine, and a beautiful atmosphere that is striking, yet timeless. The famed Harbour Town Golf Links Clubhouse’s transformation honors the history of the facility while taking it in a bold new direction, maintaining the course’s legendary reputation through such amenities including Links, an American Grill, a 1,900-square-foot pro shop and a breathtaking 4,000-square-foot locker room suitable for everyday players and professionals alike. But the family-favorite highlight of The Sea Pines Resort’s new era is without a doubt the Sea Pines Beach Club. Featuring all of the premium beach amenities that visitors have come to expect, the Sea Pines Beach Club elevates the oceanside experience through dining options such as Coast and Ocean Lounge. CONTACT To contact The Sea Pines Resort regarding accommodations, dining, or activities please visit seapines.com or call 1 (800) SEAPINES.
Trend Alert: Gold is Back! (Did it really ever leave?) We love to share the latest fashion trends and current styling techniques with our customers. Many count on us to keep them on-trend and in the know of what’s happening in the fashion world. We’re able to share this knowledge through our international and domestic travel to industry shows and markets along with the partnerships we’ve cultivated with the designers throughout the years. One trend that is hot right now is yellow gold. No longer just for special or fancy occasions, yellow gold can, and should, be worn every day! In fact, many of the designers routinely mix metals, adding hints and touches of gold which make it more accessible. If you’ve been on the fence about gold or you don’t know how to blend your vintage pieces with current pieces, we’ve put together a few ideas to hopefully inspire your creativity and add a little gold to your world.
Be Bold in Gold Don’t be afraid to wear matching sets that make a statement. Shorter necklaces are “in” because they can be worn independently or easily layered for a different look. Get the look: Roberto Coin Princess Flower necklace with diamonds and Roberto Coin Princess Flower chandelier earrings.
Golden Layers Wear gold from your wrist to fingertip! Layering a bracelet with your favorite timepiece immediately elevates the look and is the perfect complement to a “wow, wow” statement ring. Get the look: David Yurman Classic Timepiece, Roberto Coin Pois Moi Collection slim chiodo bangle with diamonds, Roberto Coin Princess Flower Collection ring with diamonds.
Multiple Colors, Multiple Looks Gold comes in different colors including yellow, white and rose. Here we’ve stacked all three together to create an interesting look with lots of texture. Get the look: (L to R) Roberto Coin Symphony Collection in white gold with diamonds, Marco Bicego Masai Collection double strand in yellow gold with diamond stations, and Roberto Coin Pois Moi Collection in rose gold.
Make New Friends and Keep the Old Look into your jewelry box for timeless pieces that easily blend with today’s trends. Open links are all the rage and can be layered to add depth or work alone to tell its own new story. Get the look: Roberto Coin Cento Collection “O” Pendant with bezel set diamonds on Cento Collection signature chain, David Yurman Continuance Collection medium chain 32” necklace.
All Shapes and Sizes Thin gold, thick gold, gold stations, gold links, gold with diamonds, color and gold…the sky (and your imagination) is the limit. More is more and if you’re not sure, add another layer! Just play and have fun! Get the look: (R to L) Roberto Coin Designer Gold Collection link bracelet, Roberto Coin Symphony Collection bracelet, Lagos Black Caviar Collection bracelet with gold and diamonds, Roberto Coin Symphony Collection bracelet with diamonds, Roberto Coin Pois Moi Collection bracelet, David Yurman Pure Form ring. 25
#HHIStrong: After Hurricane Matthew On Saturday, October 8, 2016 the northern eye of Hurricane Matthew passed directly over Hilton Head Island. Like thousands of their Beaufort County neighbors, the entire Forsythe team heeded orders from South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and evacuated ahead of the Category 2 storm. The team was spread throughout the inland cities of the southeast; some with family, some with friends and others in hotels. After a one-week, mandatory “hurri-cation”, they returned to find their homes and community different than when they left…a major clean up and restoration effort was underway. With sustained winds of 105 mph, Matthew’s track across Hilton Head seemed to be without rhyme or reason. Homes located side-by-side often 28
Keith, Barb, Andrea and Elaine were Forsythe’s “first responders” tasked with cleaning up the store!
faired completely different results. One home may have had multiple fallen trees causing severe damage, while the other was unscathed. Rumors of tornadoes materializing in different neighborhoods were founded in twisted trees leaning in unnatural directions or just simply snapped in half. Roughly one-week after the hurricane residents began to return. The “all clear” was given, however, power and water were still out and inconsistent in parts of the island. The air was filled with sounds of
chainsaws and falling trees and roads were packed with debris removal trucks, equipped with swinging claws which picked up and moved tons of debris into snowbank-like piles that would line the streets for months. Forsythe’s owner Andrea Bragg, arrived back at the store and found that it had weathered the storm well and sustained very minimal damage. The worst part of the store’s cleanup was the refrigerator, which after six days without power, resembled a science experiment gone wrong. The aftermath of Matthew can still be seen and felt throughout the island, even months later. For most visitors, Hilton Head remains the vacation destination they remember and love. For many locals, it’s the little changes…the familiar natural landmarks and site lines that have adjusted on their commute or the rays of sunshine that now cascade in their living room where it never did before. But all in all we remain #HHIStrong and have learned to embrace all of the newfound sunshine. 29
Gurhan the man is quite simply a passionate, innovative maverick. Get to know Gurhan and expect the unexpected. He is a citizen of the world, a renaissance thinker, a curious explorer, a casual fashionista, a rock music aficionado, an avid traveler, an accomplished photographer, a political junkie, a technology geek, an inventor, a theoretical mathematician, and a great cook. His varied life provides the backdrop against which he designs and each new experience fuels his inspiration for new creations. Gurhan’s Love Story. 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 and sought him out… promptly falling in love with him. Their ensuing passion, romance and love for each other are rivaled only by fairy tales. From the first moment it was evident that Fiona was Gurhan’s soul mate and his rich and diverse lifestyle was mirrored in hers. Together they built a life of adventure and variety which continues to fuel Gurhan’s inspiration for his designs. Today, now his wife, Fiona Tilley is the President and CEO of their company and together they have created a wonderfully successful brand which is the center of their life together. A life seeking out the mysteries of the past, of learning and exploration, of stretching the boundaries of their minds, their experiences and their very lives - a life worth living.
Extraordinary Designs from an Extraordinary Place – A Postcard from Aurora Forsythe Jewelers traveled to Aurora, NY and the home of Mackenzie-Childs which is beautifully situated on a 65-acre former dairy farm overlooking Cayuga Lake in the heart of the Finger Lakes region. The farm’s grounds house the production studio, a SecondEmpire Farmhouse furnished with MacKenzie-Childs designs that is open for tours, and a retail shop filled with tableware, home furnishings, and gifts. Soon after acquiring the farm, MacKenzie-Childs turned the dairy barn into a working production studio where today handmade, hand decorated majolica pottery, furniture, and home furnishings are crafted. The production studio, home to over 100 on-site artisans, includes design, clay molding, firing, painting, furniture and upholstery-making areas. The picturesque farm is also home to a small herd of Scottish Highland cattle, dozens of birds roosting in the Gothic-Revival-style Chicken Palace, a duck pond, a former Cornell horse barn, a 1930’s greenhouse, spectacular and ever-changing gardens and plenty of hay fields.
Original designs copyrighted by MacKenzie-Childs, LLC. 33
LOCAL GEMS OF WISDOM What’s your favorite dessert on Hilton Head? The Forsythe team is fondly referred to as “The Gems.” Every day they are asked
by visitors to suggest their favorite places to go and things to do on Hilton Head. Below they shared their favorite desserts and the places where you can visit and enjoy them too!
Andrea Andrea@ForsytheJewelers.biz Blondie from Truffles Café
Affogato (Vanilla gelato drowned with espresso, chocolate sauce, Kahlua and whipped cream) from Michael Anthony’s Cucina Italiana
Crème Brulee from Sea Grass Grille
Fried Green Tea Ice Cream from Ruan Thai Hut
Bombato Di Cioccolatino (hot soft centered chocolate soufflé cake) from OMBRA Cucina Rustica
Chocolate Caramel Milkshake from The Cookout
Salted Caramel Apple Pie from The Purple Cow
Elaine Elaine@ForsytheJewelers.biz Kahlua Chocolate Mousse from Santa Fe Café
Did You Know
That Forsythe Jewelers... Celebrates YOU… If we have your birthday and email address you’ll receive a gift of $50* sent via email at the start of your birthday month. The gift may be used towards a single, full priced item of $250 or more. Celebrates your LOVE... If we have your anniversary and email address you’ll receive a gift of $75* sent via email at the start of your anniversary month. The gift may be used towards a single, full priced item of $350 or more. *Birthday and Anniversary gifts may not be combined with any other offers and are redeemable only once each year. Excludes David Yurman, Estate, Consignment.
Respects your privacy and values your time… We will never sell any customer information. We understand that inboxes can fill up quickly, that is why we limit our email to important things... like upcoming events and sales! Cares for the environment… In 2017 we are taking steps to limit our use of paper and printing. We will still send a limited number of correspondence through the mail, but we will use electronic correspondence whenever we can.
The Shops at
SEA PINES CENTER
The Shops at Sea Pines Center has been nestled in the heart of Sea Pines Plantation for over 30 years. Its merchants offer a variety of unique and custom services to all who visit. The fabulous Sea Pines Center Farmer’s Market is open 10 AM to 2 PM each Tuesday from late spring to late fall. For more information on the friendly merchants at The Shops at Sea Pines Center visit TheShopsAtSeaPinesCenter.com By Hand, Ink C’est Bon Courtney Woodward May – TCG Forsythe Jewelers Giuseppi’s Joe Adams Designs Le Spa Lighthouse Realty Legacy of Golf, Shops & Museum Lowcountry Produce Market & Cafe Low Country Golf Hall of Fame Memory Lane Portraits 38
Palmettoes Peddling Pelican Plantation Station Premier Island Properties Pyramids Sea Pines Fitness Center Smith Sterns Tennis Academy Sea Pines Liquor Store The Back Door The Club Group, LTD. Truffles Café United States Postal Service
Hilton Head offers something for everyone nearly each month of the year. Below are some of our favorites. Visit ForsytheHHI.com, SeaPines.com and HIltonHeadIsland.org for additional details on the events listed below:
Farmers Market at The Shops at Sea Pines Center Every Tuesday from 10 AM – 2 PM, March-October Jewelry Redesign Event March 10-11 LAGOS Spring Escape Event March 23 from 5-7 PM LAGOS Trunk Show March 24 & 25 from 10 AM – 5 PM RBC Heritage Golf Tournament April 10-16 Visit our Roberto Coin Pop-Up Shop at “Wine@Nine” between the 1st and 9th fairways.
David Yurman Event May 4 from 5-7 PM John Hardy Event July 6 from 5-7 PM John Hardy Trunk Show July 7 & 8 from 10 AM – 5 PM October is Roberto Coin Month at Forsythe Jewelers November is David Yurman Month at Forsythe Jewelers
Forsythe Jewelers Magazine 2017