JEWELERS â€¢ MAGAZINE Celebrating
on Hilton Head Trend Alert: Add a touch of color! Snow... on Hilton Head?
Located on Hilton Head Island in The Shops At Sea Pines Center. Gate pass always cheerfully refunded.
of the Year Winner
37 years Marking
on Hilton Head Store Owner Andrea Bragg Andrea@ForsytheJewelers.biz
Celebrating 37 years in 2018, 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 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.
Welcome to the Forsythe Family 4 A Dream Come True 6 Roberto Coin 8 Wine at Nine 10 About Hilton Head Island 12 LAGOS 14 Snow...on Hilton Head? 16 Marco Bicego 18 John Hardy 20 About The Sea Pines Resort 22 Trend Alert: Add a touch of color! 24 Beach Inspired Jewelry 26 Naledi Collection 27 Gabriel 28 Gurhan 30 MacKenzie-Childs 32 Local Gems of Wisdom 34 2018 Color of the Year 36 The Shops at Sea Pines Center Directory 38 Upcoming Events 39
The Shops At Sea Pines Center 71 Lighthouse Rd., Suite 311 | Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 | Gate pass always cheerfully refunded Phone: 843-671-7070 | E-Mail: Andrea@ForsytheJewelers.biz | Web: ForsytheHHI.com Mon.-Fri., 10 AM - 5:30 PM | Sat. 10 AM - 5 PM | Closed Sunday (Hours are subject to change seasonally) 3
Welcome to the
Forsythe Jewelers Family!
Sitting (L to R): Tammy, Rebecca, Andrea, Barb, Laurie Back Row (L to R): Katelin, Elaine, Lindsey, Keith 4
Thank you for choosing to support local, small business. As part of the “Forsythe Family” we want to let you know how much you are appreciated and make sure we surpass your customer service expectations each and every time you visit (or call, or email!) What Gate Pass? We don’t want anything standing between you and a visit to our store; therefore we will always cheerfully refund your Sea Pines gate pass. If we forget to ask, please let us know! We Love to Celebrate YOU… Ladies, do we have your email address and birthday? If so, check your inbox for a gift of $50* at the start of your birthday month. The gift may be used towards a single, full priced item of $250 or more. We Love to Celebrate LOVE... Couples, do we have your email address and anniversary? If so, check your inbox for a gift of $75* 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. Excludes David Yurman, LAGOS, Estate, and Consignment and is redeemable once every 365 days.
We Deliver! We will happily make complimentary door-to-door deliveries on Hilton Head Island and in Bluffton. We are the keepers of wishes! Let us start a personal wish registry so you’ll get exactly what you want! We store everything digitally so your wishes can be quickly emailed or texted to someone as a reminder…hint, hint! Thank you again for choosing to be part of the Forsythe Family! Stay in the know @ForsytheHHI We invite you to visit our Instagram and Facebook pages to stay in the know for all things Forsythe and around Hilton Head. We love to share posts about upcoming events, fashion trends and the new pieces that have arrived in our showcases. 5
A Dream Come True
Forsythe Jewelers owner Andrea Bragg routinely travels the country to bring the “big city look” back to Hilton Head
by Kitty Bartell
**This article first ran in the November 2017 issue of
reams do come true. After all, three times a year, Andrea Bragg jets off to New York and Las Vegas to shop (you are invited to pause to let that sink in, if only to contemplate the possibilities). Now, if the story stopped there, life would be as carefree as cocktails on a breezy veranda overlooking the Calibogue Sound for the owner of Hilton Head Island’s Forsythe Jewelers. In reality, Bragg flies to the big cities on buying trips for her iconic, fine jewelry shop, taking along one of her retail team members, her marketing alter ego, Katelin Chapman, and a heavy binder filled with strategic plans, charts, and reports, to help the team prepare for the next season in jewelry. “Buying in the jewelry business used to be very different,” Bragg said. “Traveling salesmen came to your store with a rolling suitcase and their rolls of jewelry. The sales person would write up the order, and off they went. Times have changed.” For Forsythe Jewelers, today’s approach is three-pronged: New York twice a year, and a June international show in Las Vegas. Bragg, Chapman, and sales associate Barb Panciera returned from this year’s September buying excursion, having worked very hard, seeking out just the right
lines and pieces to fill the seafoamlined cases of their shop next spring. Not allowing any grass to grow under idle feet, the team flew into New York on a Friday. “We scheduled our flight so we could go straight to our David Yurman appointment,” Bragg said. “We checked in at our hotel, dropped our bags off, put our cute shoes on, and ran over to David Yurman’s office. Then we met with John Hardy and Lagos that Monday.” The preparation imbued in these buying trips is a big part of why Forsythe Jewelers is celebrating 37 years of successfully serving locals and visitors from their sparkling, Sea Pines Center shop. “I have an admin team that puts together reports for me that show what my sweet spot is for each designer— what percentage of sales are in a certain price range; do we sell more bracelets, necklaces, earrings?” Bragg said. After all the data has been studied and absorbed, it is the long-standing commitment to her customers, that drives the final buying decisions. “Andrea has to be thoughtful about each piece” Chapman said. “She is trying to represent all the different facets that make up a Forsythe woman. She is very thoughtful and precise. A lot of brain power goes into the process.” “I always have to think of at least one person I can sell that piece to before I buy it,” Bragg said. With 52 percent of her customers coming
from outside the Lowcountry, a significant component of her effective approach is keeping on-trend. “A lot of our locals travel,” Bragg said. “A lot of our locals have homes somewhere else. They travel abroad, they travel across the states, and they want to be up-to-date. We need to know what’s hot, what’s the Pantone color of the year, what everybody’s showing, what everybody’s wearing.” As much as these trips are very much about business and numbers and inventory, it’s The Forsythe team meeting at the New York offices of LAGOS not entirely without amusing diversions. “We do occasionally take in a show. We try to take advantage of seeing the city.” And then back to business of course. “I like to check out what the big stores have—what Saks is carrying, what Neiman Marcus is carrying. I like to go to Tiffany to see what they are showing and how it’s merchandised. I like to see their sales techniques, how we are greeted, how we are Andrea meeting with Andrea and Barb making buying decisions Marco Bicego at his during their appointment at John Hardy taken care of. And we always showroom during the headquarters in New York go by MacKenzie-Childs on 57th.” Couture Show in Las Vegas The designer-based collection found in Forsythe’s welcoming showroom includes the I have Rebecca. She’ll put a John Hardy bracelet with a Roberto Coin bracelet, and aforementioned always-thrilling collections then put on a Lagos necklace, and it looks from David Yurman; Lagos and their Caviar fabulous. Then I have some sales associates Collection; Bali-based, organically-designed that are little bit more tailored. We have a John Hardy; and whimsical MacKenzielittle bit of everything here.” Childs gifts whose ornament tree decks the Following a career in human resources, showroom throughout the holidays; along Bragg worked in the shop for 16 years, with Marco Bicego; Gurhan; the Naledi Collection; and the elegant designs of Roberto and purchased Forsythe Jewelers in 2015. “The biggest surprise has been how much Coin, whose display cases line the windows energy Forsythe gives me,” she said. “It’s of the shop, and become sparkling, inspiring gift boxes during the holidays. Be sure to ask a a lot of hard work, but it’s the challenge Forsythe sales associates about Roberto Coin’s of something new every day; that’s what inspires me.” ruby signature—a special little It’s all about family for Bragg, whether secret worth sharing and giving. The thoughtfully gathered, relaxed luxury of it’s her family of customers, her team at the jewelry and gifts found at Forsythe Jewelers Forsythe, or her own family. Daughters is the result of Bragg’s commitment to building Abbey, 22, a senior at Winthrop University, relationships with her customers and her team. and Julia, 19, a sophomore at Clemson, work “We put a lot of thought, energy, and love into in the store whenever they are available, and husband, Ray Bragg, head golf professional at what we put in these showcases,” she said. “And my sales staff style their customers in a lot Sea Pines Country Club, steps in as bartender of different ways. I have some associates who for fundraisers and special events. love to layer; so, if that customer loves to layer, Sometimes, dreams really do come true. 7
Princess Flower with Mother of Pearl Inspired by the sinuous flow of postmodern architecture, this collection represents the material shape of the most romantic side of a womanâ€™s imagination.
Classica Parisienne Inspired by the effortless style of French women, this collection possesses an air of quotidian that so many emulate but very few accomplish.
The Roberto Coin “Pop-up Shop” at Wine at Nine
at Nine Forsythe Jewelers hosts a Roberto Coin “Pop-up Shop” during the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing. For the past 50 years Hilton Head has rolled out the “plaid carpet” to welcome thousands of visitors to the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing. This annual event, which takes place each April, has been played at the Harbour Town Golf Links in Sea Pines since 1969 and is the only PGA TOUR event in South Carolina. Since 2009, Forsythe Jewelers has teamed up with Roberto Coin to host a “pop-up shop” during the event. The “shop” offers the latest designs and collections from the Italian designer and is located in the tournament’s newest venue, Wine at Nine. Situated under the pines between the first and ninth holes, Wine at Nine is an upscale destination where tournament attendees can enjoy a premium glass of wine while watching the action on the video board. The area provides the right atmosphere to sit, sip and shop during the tournament.
Hilton Head I sland
HILTON HEAD ISLAND - SOUTHERN CLASSIC Enter a world on the pristine South Carolina coast where nature’s beauty and resort luxuries co-exist like nowhere else on earth. On Hilton Head Island, rich Lowcountry culture is yours to explore. Spectacular natural beauty, lush greenery, magnificent live oak trees and breathtaking sunsets create scenic inspiration for relaxation and renewal. A VACATION PACKED FULL OF ISLAND ADVENTURE Enjoy America’s favorite beach and over 60 miles of bike and nature trails. Get a little taste of everything with more than 300 Hilton Head restaurants. Take a Southern culinary tour and sample fresh local seafood and coastal cuisine. Enjoy the local cultural scene with its lively festivals, local crafts and music, dance and theater performances. Discover the vibrant, centuries-old Gullah culture at the heart of the Lowcountry. 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. Welcome to Hilton Head Island – we invite you to enjoy all that we have to offer on America’s #1 Island. Visit hiltonheadisland.org for more information. 12
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ISL A ND TI ME
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STE VEN L AGOS SHARES HIS TRAVEL INSPIRATION
H A S T R A V E L A L W AY S B E E N A N I M P O R T A N T PA R T O F YO U R L I F E ? In 1975, when I was 18 years old, I went on a solo cross-countr y trip that has really had a lasting effect on my life. It was a completely freeing experience t h a t a l l o w e d m e to e x p l o r e o u r beautiful country and appreciate the inspiration that was around every corner. That trip was the start of my lifelong passion for travel and is an important part in my design process to this day.
WHAT IS YOUR SOURCE OF INSPIRATION? Travel allows me to clear my head and create space for new ideas. When I arrive in a new place I feel refreshed and ready to explore. I never know where inspiration will come from, it could be the people, the sights, the culture. Itâ€™s something different ever y time. More than 40 years after that cross-country trip, I still feel inspired when I travel and continue to seek out one-of-a-kind gemstones and materials that make our collections feel unique.
Snow…on Hilton Head? In January 2018 the Lowcountry transformed into the “Snowcountry” “Good weather” is often high on the list of why Hilton Head is a top choice to visit or call home. Of course, the term “good weather” is subjective. However, the roughly 4.5 inches of snow which accumulated on our little island in early January 2018 seemed by many to land outside of the “good” category and into the “I left the north so I wouldn’t have to deal with this anymore” category. Stores, restaurants, schools, businesses, including Forsythe Jewelers, were closed for a few days as road conditions slowly improved. The snowstorm, which was the first of its magnitude since 1989, wasn’t considered “bad weather” by all. In fact, many felt that it offered a few days to slow down, catch up, and experience the scenery of Hilton Head as they never had before; blanketed in white. For others it gave a chance to give “golf cart sledding” a try…to each its own! One thing that everyone can agree on is that Hilton Head is a very special place, regardless of the weather. Three cheers to that! Please enjoy these snapshots which represent how the Forsythe team spent our “Snowcountry” days. 17
Jaipur This collection is reminiscent of a tropical Indian sunset and a celebration of the Jaipur regionâ€™s rich traditions of precious stone carving, featuring an exclusive Marco Bicego faceted cut. The color and composition of each stone within this collection has been hand selected, the detail in every piece of jewelry is the result of meticulous work that includes hand engraving and texturing the gold to give greater depth. The answer is a marriage of old-style craftsmanship, contemporary elegance and jewelry that is available as it is precious.
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 array of recreational offerings —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 Located on Hilton Head Island, recently chosen as the best island in the continental U.S. by readers of Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler, The Sea Pines Resort offers more than 400 accommodations, from spacious homes and comfortable villas to the luxurious Inn & Club at Harbour Town. The award-winning boutique hotel was ranked No. 5 in Travel + Leisure’s 2017 World’s Best Awards List of “The 10 Best Resort Hotels in the South” and by Condé Nast Traveler as the No. 8 resort in the American South. In U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hotels” list for 2018 it ranked No. 14 in the in U.S., No. 2 in South Carolina and No. 1 on Hilton Head Island. The Forbes Four Star, AAA Four Diamond 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. Choose from Links, an American Grill, overlooking the famed Harbour Town Clubhouse; Coast, Oceanfront Dining; The Quarterdeck, Waterfront Dining; Fraser’s Tavern; 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 “mustplay” venue in the region. This distinguished course underwent a series of enhancements that included re-grassing the golf course and the installation of a new state-of-the-art
Photos courtesy of The Sea Pines Resort 22
irrigation system. Heron Point by Pete Dye also features highly regarded course layouts. The all-New Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III, winner of the National Golf Course Owners Association’s 2018 “National Course of the Year Award,” 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 Scot Sherman, fashioned entirely rebuilt holes to accommodate modern shot values and frame scenic corridors. All three of 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 undeniably Hilton Head Island’s most famous marina. The newly renovated Harbour Town Yacht Basin now features a new covered pier, along with modern facilities and a full range of marina services. Visitors and guests enjoy water sports, fishing charters, sight-seeing cruises and much more, all amidst the spectacular backdrop of the Harbour Town Lighthouse. WORLD-CLASS AMENITIES Just as it has set the standard in the past, the resort has raised the bar for discerning guests with its magnificent array of facilities available for all to enjoy. Rebuilt from the ground up, the Plantation Golf Club features a beautiful atmosphere that is striking, yet timeless, stunning golf views, and the new Fraser’s Tavern, offering a relaxed setting to enjoy unique tavern-inspired fare made with locally sourced ingredients. 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 as 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 with several popular dining options, including 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: Add a touch of color! 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. Mixing color with metals is an easy and effective way to update a classic look. In fact, many designers are adding specific hues into collections or even creating entire collections based around color. We’ve put together a few different looks highlighting color to hopefully inspire your creativity and add a little color to your world.
“The best color in the whole world is the one that looks good on you.” —Coco Chanel
Layering color upon color creates interest and depth to any outfit. Try and style around one central, focal piece while adding supporting items to compliment and complete the look. Get the look: David Yurman Bel Aire necklace in turquoise with lapis Barrel charm David Yurman Bel Aire necklace in navy John Hardy Classic Chain necklace with lapis John Hardy Classic Chain ring with lapis and rainbow moonstone 24
Shades of the Same Color
Picking a color that you love and trying to maximize it in a look is a fun exercise in creativity. When done right, the supporting colors will enhance each other and not compete. It’s also ok to mix large, loud pops of color with delicate pieces. Get the look: Marco Bicego Jaipur necklace with turquoise and diamonds David Yurman Cable Wrap ring with blue topaz Gurhan bracelet with turquoise, lapis, and quartz LAGOS Forever gemstone bracelet with sky blue topaz Roberto Coin basic gold bracelet
Adding just the slightest hint of color is a great way to begin your color journey. The “pop” in this Marco Bicego bracelet elevates the look from tailored to ontrend. Get the look: John Hardy Classic Chain bracelet Marco Bicego Paradise bracelet David Yurman Barrel bracelet David Yurman Cable Spira bracelet Gabriel ring with diamonds Gabriel Royal Crown stackable ring
Marco Bicego Jaipur with blue topaz
Subtle, muted color is still considered color! Working with monotones is more exciting than it sounds especially when the look carries throughout an outfit. Get the look: Tahitian pearl necklace John Hardy Bamboo cuff LAGOS Caviar bracelet with pearl LAGOS Maya bracelet with howlite
“Palm & Wave”
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 On a tranquil Victorian farm, overlooking Cayuga Lake in the heart of the Finger Lakes region, MacKenzie-Childs produces world-renowned home furnishings. Its designers and artisans have created beautiful products that add joy and grace to homes throughout the world. Colorful, handmade ceramics, enamelware, glassware, furniture, and home accessories define the collection. The picturesque farm is 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. Visitors can tour the grounds and stop in the Visitor Center to watch a Andrea Bragg recently spent time with our long-time MacKenzie-Childs rep Janine Irwin along with Creative behind-the-scenes “Handmade at Director Rebecca Proctor and CEO John Ling. MacKenzie-Childs” video. Tour times and information are available at MacKenzie-Childs.com. The Forsythe Jewelers and MacKenzie-Childs Partnership Forsythe Jewelers has carried the MacKenzie-Childs brand for over 30 years and is one of only a select number of retailers to hold that distinction. Owner Andrea Bragg continually fills the store with the newest pieces for our loyal MacKenzie-Childs collectors to enjoy as well as for the visitors who may be experiencing the brand for the first time. Original designs copyrighted by MacKenzie-Childs, LLC. 33
LOCAL GEMS OF WISDOM What’s your favorite appetizer on Hilton Head or Bluffton?
Andrea@ForsytheJewelers.biz Spinach and Artichoke Dip from Truffles Café
Fried Calamari from Ombra Cucina Italiana
Crëpe au poulet from Claude and Uli’s
Escargot a la Bourguignonne from Charlie’s L’Etoile Verte
Rebecca@ForsytheJewelers.biz Avocado Tower from Okko
Keith@ForsytheJewelers.biz Southwestern Crab Cake from Sante Fé
Prince Edward Island Mussels from Fischcamp on Broad Creek
Oysters on the Half Shell from Hudson’s Seafood
Katelin Katelin@ForsytheJewelers.biz Prosciutto and Fig Pizzetta from Wiseguys
Each year we like to feature the “Color of the Year” as determined by The Pantone Color Institute. “Ultra Violet” is the pick for 2018 and is described as, “a dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade…which communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.”
Color of the Year 2018
At Forsythe Jewelers, we pride ourselves on keeping on trend while always looking ahead to the newest and most popular looks in the world of fashion and design. To share those ideas with you, we have pulled together a collection of pieces from a few of our designers, which reflect our mission while embracing all things Ultra Violet. Enjoy!
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LAGOS Caviar Icon Gemstone Drop Earrings Caviar Icon Tassel Pendant Necklace Caviar Color Gemstone Cuff Bracelet
John Hardy Classic Chain Bracelet
Classic Chain Stud Earring
David Yurman Petite Albion Earrings with Diamonds
Cable Classics Bracelet
Albion Ring with Diamonds
Marco Bicego Paradise Mixed Stone Single Strand Drop Earrings Paradise Mixed Stone Short Necklace
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 Heritage Classic Foundation JLK Studios Joseph Adams Designs Le Spa Lighthouse Realty Legacy of Golf, Shops & Museum Lowcountry Produce Market & Cafe Low Country Golf Hall of Fame 38
Memory Lane Portraits 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. Every Tuesday from 10 AM – 2 PM, March-October Farmers Market at The Shops at Sea Pines Center March 22 from 5-7 PM LAGOS WANDERLUST Event March 23 & 24 from 10 AM-5 PM LAGOS Trunk Show April 9-15 RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing Visit our Roberto Coin Pop-Up Shop at “Wine at Nine” between the 1st and 9th fairways taking place Wednesday-Sunday. May 3 from 5-7 PM Marco Bicego Event May 4 & 5 from 10 AM-5 PM Marco Bicego Trunk Show
June 21 from 5-7 PM Gabriel Event June 22 & 23 from 10 AM-5 PM Gabriel Trunk Show July 12 from 5-7 PM John Hardy Event July 13 & 14 from 10 AM-5 PM John Hardy Trunk Show August 10 and 11 from 10 AM - 5 PM Gurham Trunk Show October is Roberto Coin Month at Forsythe Jewelers Visit ForsytheHHI.com, SeaPines. com and HiltonHeadIsland.org for additional details on the events listed.
The Shops at Sea Pines Center 71 Lighthouse Road â€¢ 843-671-7070
Celebrating 37 years in 2018, Forsythe Jewelers continues to bring the world’s best designer jewelry and gifts to Hilton Head. Carrying the...
Published on Oct 22, 2019
Celebrating 37 years in 2018, Forsythe Jewelers continues to bring the world’s best designer jewelry and gifts to Hilton Head. Carrying the...