Shreve, Crump & Low Annual Pre-Holiday Customer Appreciation Sale November 10th through the 24th

Our Shreve, Crump & Low Pre-Holiday Customer Appreciate Sale occurs annually from November 10th through November 24th. It is a fantastic opportunity we extend to all Shreve, Crump & Low customers to receive a competitive pricing of 20-30% off on our incredible selection of fine jewelry, watches and gifts. Please visit any one of our three locations today to take advantage of this event now!


*Some exclusions may apply. In-stock merchandise only. Not combined with other promotional credits. Not valid on prior sales or layaways.

Featured Jewelry – Tanzanite & Turquiose – December’s Birthstones

Happy Birthday to All of Our Followers Born in December!


The gemstones of this winter month represent a happy life, good fortune, prosperity, and relaxation – key components to a wonderful holiday season. Read on to learn more about Tanzanite & Turquoise, two wonderfully blue stones that make the perfect birthday or holiday gift.



Custom Made 26.04ct Tanzanite & Diamond Ring
Custom Made 26.04ct Tanzanite & Diamond Ring

December’s primary birthstone, Tanzanite, was discovered in the late 1960s and is exclusively found in it’s namesake country, Tanzania. This type of gemstone is often heated to achieve the rich violet-blue color for which Tanzanite’s are known.

Tanzanite is often less expensive than sapphires, and is often viewed as their replacement, but nowadays Tanzanite’s growing popularity is due to it’s own beauty. Experts say that the deep blue and slightly purple hue of Tanzanite is one of the most extraordinary colors available, signifying elegance. Click here to view our collection stunning Tanzanite items!



Chantecler Capri Diamond & Turquiose Necklace
Chantecler Capri Diamond & Turquiose Necklace

Known for it’s healing properties, Turquoise is another popular birthstone for the month of December and is one of the oldest known gemstones in the world. This precious stone that dates back to the thirteenth century is known for serenity, spiritual bonding and enhancing creativity. The name of the gemstone comes from a French expression ‘Pierre tourques’ meaning ‘Turkish stone.’

The color of turquoise does varies in different shades of blue from greenish blue to sky blue, with the most notable being robin’s egg blue.This gemstone is one of the softer stones, making vintage pieces so rare because of their delicacy. Turquoise is also known as the wedding anniversary gemstone for the fifth and eleventh year of marriage. Click here to view our selection of turquoise.

Feel free to view all of our beautiful gemstones in person at our Boston or Chestnut Hill locations, or click here to view other recently acquired diamonds and gemstones.

Celebrating the Halcyon Days


According to legend, during the fourteen days around the winter solstice, the kingfisher, in Greek the halcyon, laid its eggs in a nest floating on the Aegean Sea. The bird, it is said, charmed the waves and the eggs were hatched on a tranquil sea beneath cloudless blue skies. How lovely it is to celebrate the December holidays with gifts named for this season of peace and happiness:  Halcyon Days.

Over the generations, Halcyon Days has developed into an established British brand that has become synonymous with outstanding quality and charm. Each product is handcrafted in England and made using the finest materials. The company’s craftspeople and artists take great care and pride in delivering luxury products to the highest standard.


Halcyon Days was founded in 1950 by Susan Benjamin in London’s Mayfair and specialized in antique English enamels – in particular the charming keepsake in the form of a small box. The craft of hand-painting on copper, which flourished during the second half of the 18th century, had almost disappeared by the 1830s and consequently, antique enamels became extremely rare. It was this rarity that led to the revival in 1970 of the classic English craft, achieved by the unique collaboration of Halcyon Days and an enamel manufacturer.


Today, the enamels, including a line of stunning bangles designed by interior designer Charlotte Moss, are still being made in Halcyon Days’ own workshops using the best of British craftsmanship. They continue to be designed by talented artists above their flagship store in Brook Street. They are made by a team of highly skilled craftspeople, using traditional English enameling skills that have been handed down through generations. 

As well as enamels, Halcyon Days has long produced a range of porcelain items, including exquisite miniatures, bonbonnières, trinket trays, vases and candleholders – many inspired by antique originals. Halcyon Days continues to celebrate the best craftsmanship and design offering its clients true works of art.

Halcyon Days has had a long and established relationship with the British Royal Family. They are proud to have been granted royal warrants by The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and The Prince of Wales as Suppliers of Objets d’Art.
Please click here to see some of our Halycon Days gifts and jewelry.

Deck the Halls Again Now

At Shreve, Crump & Low, we are bringing out the holly and decking the halls. Tables are set with the holidays in mind. Shoppers are chattering as they hop from table to table picking up the latest ideas from Boston’s best designers. The tables show how best to weave new tableware and giftware pieces within your existing collection for a style sure to impress the most discerning guest.

In the midst one shopper exclaimed “The 2010 holiday ornaments are here.” Other shoppers hurried over to the holiday cards, selecting between Boston Themed greetings and traditional holiday scenes and verse by Crane and Brett.

With one week away before Thanksgiving, there are entertaining and hostess gifts for those cooking for all and for those traveling to give thanks. Make your selection and order today to receive free gift wrap and free ground shipping.

Shreve, Crump & Low wishes you all happy trails and a happy Thanksgiving.