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Three Reasons You Should Come to Kranich’s

Picking a jeweler is almost as tough of a decision as deciding on what piece of jewelry you’ll take home. When choosing a jeweler, you want to find one that cares about you and your purchase, and one that will provide you with the best quality piece when you’re done.

We understand just how important a jewelry purchase is; that’s why we’ve outlined three of the top reasons that you should make Kranich’s Jewelers your go-to jeweler.

Family-owned

Our story began in 1903 when the Kranich brothers opened jewelry stores in Lancaster and York, Pennsylvania, as well as a store in Worcester, Massachusetts. From there, our company began to expand. Today, more than 110 years later, our family-owned business continues to proudly serve residents of Central Pennsylvania as well as customers from across the country and around the world. Over the years, we’ve helped people from far and wide find the right piece of jewelry to tell their unique story. Unlike the big-box stores, we don’t view our customers as a transaction; rather, our customers become an extension of our family. That’s why we go to great lengths to treat everyone who comes to our stores with the utmost respect. When you come to Kranich’s Jewelers, you can expect respect and to be treated like part of the Kranich family!

Big selection

We have everything from loose diamonds and engagement rings to family jewelry, luxury watches and Penn State jewelry. Our selection, as well as our wide array of various jewelry designers like Polenza, Simon G. and Verragio, gives you, our customer, the ability to find the perfect piece of jewelry for your specific occasion. So, whether you want to show up to Beaver Stadium in style with some brand-new Penn State Jewelry, or find an engagement ring for the perfect marriage proposal, Kranich’s Jewelers will help you find exactly what you’ve been searching for all this time.

Unique experience

Every client is different, which means that every experience should be as well. That’s why we’ve taken a personal approach to serving our clients by creating an environment where you’re welcome to ask any questions you may have about the jewelry you’re buying. At Kranich’s Jewelers, we’re more interested in developing long-term relationships with our clients than we are with making a one-time sale. This means that from the moment you step into our store, we’ll work with you to turn your ideas into a reality, all while treating you like family. It’s our mission to build and nurture a relationship with you so that you’ll become a customer for life.

Before you go, don’t forget to say “Hello” to us on social media and see the latest and greatest pieces in our stores and more on FacebookInstagram and Twitter!

Share Your Engagement Story with Us!

When you think of a diamond engagement ring, what usually comes to mind? Perhaps some words pop into your head like beauty, luxury, excellence, style or class?

Or maybe just maybe, your own love story comes to mind when you think of the diamond you’re going to put on your beloved’s finger.

You see, every diamond is different. It has its unique elements of purity and beauty and, sometimes, imperfections. That’s why a diamond is a perfect symbol of your relationship – it stands as a symbol for your own love story, something greater than the two of you were apart.

At Kranich’s Jewelers, we understand that every engagement ring tells a unique story. When you trust us to help you find the right ring, you have access to our wide selection of gorgeous engagement rings from famous designers like Polenza, Simon G., and Verragio, as well as the option to customize a ring from scratch.

In the past, we’ve had the pleasure of putting the spotlight on happy couples who have solidified their love with a Kranich’s ring and shared their engagement stories with us.

Just take Kristen and Ethan’s story for example. It’s safe to say that she caught more than a fish while on that fishing trip—she caught herself a fiancé!

Kranich's Jewelers blog post about engagement stories.

Or, how about Keegan, who asked his beautiful fiancé to marry him with a message in a bottle, and of course, a breathtaking Kranich’s ring.

These are just a couple of the wonderful stories that our happy clients have shared with us. Now, we want to hear yours!

Send us your engagement story and pictures of your Kranich’s ring, and you could be spotlighted on our blog and featured on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages! After all, the only thing that can shine brighter than your diamond engagement ring is the spotlight that we’d like to put on your love story!

Tennis Anyone?

5 Carat 4 Prong Diamond Bracelet

5 Carat 4 Prong Diamond Bracelet

We all know that diamonds are not just for engagement and wedding rings. Diamond earrings are always an alluring selection, but let’s focus on a style that has been popular for almost the entire lifetime of some blog readers, the diamond tennis bracelet.

The in-line thin diamond bracelet that features a symmetrical pattern of diamonds is what is referred to as a tennis bracelet. According to Diamond Bug, in 1987 Chris Evert, the former World No. 1 woman tennis player and the winner of 18 Grand Slam singles titles, was playing in the U.S. Open. She was wearing an elegant, light in-line diamond bracelet, made by jeweler-to-the-stars George Bedewi, which accidentally broke and the match was interrupted to allow Chris to recover her precious diamonds. The “tennis bracelet” incident sparked a new name for the item and sparked a huge jewelry trend. Tennis bracelets continue to be worn by various tennis stars like Serena Williams and Gabriela Sabatini and are a widely popular style nation wide.

Three Carat Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Here at Kranich’s Jewelers, we have an extensive selection of tennis bracelets in varying diamond weights as well as selections from top designers such as Simon G. Jewelry. Visit your local Kranich’s Jewelers location or Kranichs.com and see our diamond tennis bracelets for yourself.

For more about our diamond tennis bracelets or for more on any specific piece offered at Kranich’s Jewelers, visit Kranichs.com or call 888.944.4575 and we will be happy to help you.

Blue and White Weekend at Kranich’s Jewelers

Penn State Lion Paw Pendant With Blue Enamel

Penn State Lion Paw Pendant With Blue Enamel

This weekend Penn State will hold their 2011 Blue White Weekend festivities. The free football scrimmage on Saturday has scheduled kickoff at 2:00 pm. Admission and parking to the spring game FREE for all visitors

Here at Kranich’s Jewelers, we are proud to be a part of the Penn State Community and always enjoy this spring tradition. We have been serving the Penn State faithful from our Downtown State College store on College Avenue since 1976 and then later from our Nittany Mall location which opened 15 years ago. So during blue and white weekend in Happy Valley, we here at Kranich’s Jewelers are showing our Penn State Pride celebrating the start of Penn State football all month long both in store and online at kranichs.com.

During the month of April, take and additional 20% off all Penn State Gold Jewelry by using the code PENNSTGOLD at checkout on Kranichs.com. Also, take 10% off all Penn State silver Jewelry by using code PENNSTSLVR at checkout.

So visit our Penn State Jewelry section now on Kranichs.com and see our large selection.
Of licensed PSU jewelry and if you happen to be in town during Blue and White Weekend, stop in one of our locations and take home a piece of Penn State Jewelry the same day!

For questions about events going on at Kranich’s Jewelers during Blue and White Weekend or for more on any specific piece offered at Kranich’s Jewelers, visit Kranichs.com or call 888.944.4575 and we will be happy to help you.

Somebody is Getting a Present Tomorrow!

Simon G. Diamond PendantCoinciding with our designer jewelry shows going on now, which feature Simon G. Jewelry, we will be announcing the winner for our second Facebook fan contest. Keep your eyes on your email boxes tomorrow to see if you have won this elegant diamond pendant from Kranich’s Jewelers and Simon G.  and from all of us at Kranich’s Jewelers we would like to wish all a happy holiday season.

For questions about Simon G. Jewelry or for more on any specific piece offered at Kranich’s Jewelers, visit Kranichs.com or call 888.944.4575 and we will be happy to help you.

Enter to Win a 1 Carat Diamond

Kranich’s Jewelers would like to announce that in addition to their Simon G. Facebook Blitz Contest, another contest is also available.  Visit kranichs.com for your chance to win a breathtaking 1 carat diamond solitaire Gem Crown&#174 Diamond.  To win just visit our holiday giveaway page at http://www.kranichs.com/giveaway.php and sign up for our mailing list, giving your name and email address.  You will be contacted by email if you are the lucky winner.

For questions about our diamond solitaire contest or for more on any specific piece offered at Kranich’s Jewelers, visit Kranichs.com or call 888.944.4575 and we will be happy to help you.

Congratulations on 400

Here at Kranich’s Jewelers we are all big Penn State fans.  We would like to take this opportunity to say congratulations to Joe Paterno on his 400th victory.

For questions about any of our Penn State Merchandise or for more on any specific piece offered at Kranich’s Jewelers, visit Kranichs.com or call 888.944.4575 and we will be happy to help you.

Facebook Blitz!

It’s time for another Facebook Contest just in time for the holidays! We are trying to grow our Facebook presence again so this time we are giving away a necklace from one of our favorite designers Simon G. Here are the details:

How would you like to win a designer diamond pendant from Kranich’s Jewelers and Simon G. just for joining our email list? All email addresses registered before December 20, 2010 are entered to win the Simon G. fashion pendant, presented in 18 karat white gold. It features .22 carat total weight round cut diamonds and is valued at over $1,000!

We want to get the word out about all the great deals we have to offer including our huge selection of designer jewelry, so sign up now for your chance to win.

The winner will be selected randomly on December 17th and notified via the registered email address that you provided. All can enter but only one may win. Good luck and thank you for being a fan of Kranich’s Jewelers.

The contest winner will receive one Simon G. diamond pendant which has a total carat weight of .22 diamonds. The piece is set in 18 karat white gold and is valued at over $1,000. An 18 inch chain will also be included with the pendant.

It’s just that easy. Go to our facebook page at facebook/kranichs, click on the contest tab, follow the directions, and win. And if you aren’t already a fan, please click the like button and get updates from Kranich’s including money saving coupons at Kranichs.com

For questions about our Simon G. Facebook contest or for more on any specific piece offered at Kranich’s Jewelers, visit Kranichs.com or call 888.944.4575 and we will be happy to help you.

Relay Raffle Winner Announced

From Relay For Life 2010

Congratulations go to Ron Kenner of Duncasville. Ron was this year’s winner of the Relay Raffle. He won a 14 karat white gold diamond circle pendant with 1/4 carat total weight diamonds which currently retails at $395.00 buy purchasing a raffle ticket from our team which were only 3 for a dollar! Congratulations Ron!

For questions about your own diamond circle necklace or for more on any specific piece offered at Kranich’s Jewelers, visit Kranichs.com or call 888.944.4575 and we will be happy to help you.

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Kranich’s Engagement Party at Relay for Life 2010

Kranich’s Jewelers would like to take a moment to thank everyone who supported the Relay for Life team over the past year. With your help we managed to raise over $18,000 throughout the year to support cancer research. With all of that help, we are that much closer to finding a cure for this terrible disease. Our feet may hurt a little bit, but we are that many steps closer to a cure. Thank you.

To find out how you can help the Relay for Life, visit http://www.relayforlife.org.