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FACETS
Gem &  Mineral Gallery
1240 NW Grove St.
Newport, Oregon 97365
Plenty of on site parking!

Mailing Address:
PO Box 714
Newport, OR 97365
(541) 265-2514

Established 1987

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Customer Service:
Hours 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Pacific Time.
Monday through Saturday.

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Our membership affiliations include:

Member
Jewelers of America Logo: The Mark of a Professional Jeweler
Oregon State
Jewelers of
America, Inc

and
Newport Chamber of Commerce.


2010 Exciting year
for Local Jeweler!

New Fall Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Prepared September 21, 2010

FACETS Gem & Mineral Gallery of Newport is proud to announce that veteran owner/gemologist Richard Petrovic, has just successfully completed the 2010 Gems & Gemology Challenge again with a perfect score! Each year, the Gemological Institute of America, an authority on diamonds and colored stones, offers an exam to review and inform jewelers/gemologists of new discoveries and changes within their industry. This year hundreds of jewelers entered to acquire the necessary knowledge to maintain a higher level of expertise in the jewelry industry. Petrovic will be among the few that will be listed in the Fall issue of Gems & Gemology for a perfect score of 100%.

News Archive:
 
Treasures on The Oregon Coast
FACETS Gem & Mineral Gallery was just one of six Newport speciality shops that made the cut of only 60 shops to be selected by teams of secret shoppers looking for outstanding customer service and uniqueness of merchandise beyond the ordinary.  A book to give to friends or treat yourself this collectable hardcover book, will be of interest to all who love the beauty of Oregon and those dreaming of traveling to Oregon.
 
Cave Bear Fossils:
Richard Petrovic owner/Gemologist of FACETS Gem & Mineral Gallery in Newport was very fortunate to be able to acquire a pair of these rare fossilized bear paws and a few claws from Romania. The FACETS team traveled for nearly five weeks bringing back many treasures from various parts of the world this year for public viewing and sale...
 
Historical Ghost Town or Gem Maps
Historical maps - which show gold and gem deposits share the secrets of prospecting and mining in this collection - for Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Arizona and California.
 
Dinosaur Eggs
FACETS employee Bobby with Dinosaur egg, Photo by News Times.
 
 
Best of Show...

As in most professional fields, continued education is a must to keep up with the changing times. The business of gem identification and jewelry appraisals is no different. This is just a part of Petrovic's dedication to continuing education. He was commended for his commitment and effort to increase his ability to serve the jewelry-buying public, ethically and professionally.

In June he also received his Presidents Volunteer Service Award, in recognition and appreciation of his commitment to strengthen our nation and for making a difference through volunteer service with the Newport Police Volunteers.

Visit FACETS, which is centrally located in Newport (as of May 2007) and easy to find, just one street west of McDonald's Golden Arches, in Newport at 1240 NW Grove Street with plenty of parking on site. The gallery is open Monday through Saturday 10 am to 5:00 pm year round. Or on line at www.4facets.com.


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