… a 4.19 Carat, EIGHTeen Karat Yellow Gold Aqua Stone Necklace for $975! (See the History for the Rest of the Song!)
About Hunt Country Jewelers
Hunt Country Jewelers has been in business providing fine jewelry to Western Loudoun County customers for over thirty-five years! Their attention to detail is what sets them apart from chain jewelry stores, and they have a selection of items at all price points.
In addition, they repair jewelry and will even work with you to design that special item for anniversaries or any occasion.
Visit their Purcellville shop today to see Carolyn and the rest of the Hunt County Jewelers FAMILY and discover the difference for yourself! Make this holiday season a special one!
…SEVEN HUNDRED UGLY SWEATERS! (See the History for the Rest of the Song!)
About RE-LOVE IT
Actually, RE-LOVE IT consignment has sold over 800 ugly sweaters, and they were recently featured on a local morning news program showcasing their selection! Beyond that, they have lots of clothing, accessories and home furnishings and their store has a “high end boutique” feel to it.
RE-LOVE IT was founded in 2010 by the husband and wife team of Michael Oaks and Kim Patterson. Since opening, they have grown the store to over 10,000 square feet of shopping area.
So, stop by and get that sweater for your next party, or something else to make the holiday an amazing one!
Re-Love It Consignment
138 N. 21st Street
Purcellville, VA 20132
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…Six Spices and a New Pan to Cook with! (See the History for the Rest of the Song!)
In downtown Purcellville, there is a business that has everything you need for that special cook in your life. Spices, gift sets, and cookware, plus lots of awesome gift baskets to put it all together!
About Butterfly Gourmet
Brought up in a culture where food was love and Sunday dinners went on ALL day, Debra grew up on the south shore of Long Island. She studied Communications Arts in NYC and worked as an on-air reporter. Eventually, she put her communications skills to work for animals (one of her great passions) securing a job at the largest animal rescue and no-kill shelter in the world, North Shore Animal League America. The owner (like the monarch butterfly used in her logo) migrated to a warmer climate. She moved her daughters and a menagerie of dogs, cats and equine from NY to VA opening a shop reflecting her other great passion – food and entertaining – and Butterfly Gourmet was born where entertaining, cooking and all things interesting and yummy are the theme!
…Five Scents to Make me Smell and Feel Good! (See the History for the Rest of the Song!)
Have you heard of Aromatherapy, and how special oils can help you feel good? The folks at doTerra have everything you need to make your house smell great and your body feel good!
Go see them today and pick up five scents for that special someone…they will thank you!
About doTerra Purcellville
In the spring of 2008, a group of health-care and business professionals who shared profound personal experiences with the life-enhancing benefits of essential oils came together with a common vision of bringing a new standard of therapeutic-grade essential oils to the world. They wanted something different that would appeal to all people—from those who knew nothing of essential oils to those who were considered experts in the field.
They concluded that, with hard work, commitment, and the help of others with similar passion and vision, they could and would create a new paradigm for essential oils. With that conviction, they organized a company and named it “dōTERRA®,” a Latin derivative meaning “Gift of the Earth.” The first offering of dōTERRA essential oils—25 single oils and 10 oil blends—was introduced for sale on April 25, 2008, to the acclaim of essential oil experts and product enthusiasts who immediately recognized the superior quality of dōTERRA therapeutic-grade essential oils.
…Four Outdoor Survival Kits! (See the History for the Rest of the Song!)
Are you the type that likes to hike the nearby Appalachian Trail, or “rough it in the wilderness” that is Sky Meadows or Skyline Drive, then you need to visit Appalachian Outdoor Readiness and Survival. Find all the things you need to purify water, cook food and camp safely!
About Appalachian Outdoor Readiness
On November 2013 Chuck and Cindy Izzo, both Army veterans, decided to take their passion for the outdoors and emergency readiness to the marketplace and Appalachian Outdoor Readiness & Essentials was born! It’s an outdoor equipment, apparel and wellness store with a unique added focus. While some stores focus only on selling outdoor products, Appalachian Outdoor Readiness & Essentials adds the emergency readiness and disaster preparedness factor to the mix. Solutions for water purification, food storage, first aid, backup power, self-reliance and independence in the face of emergencies are provided as they go hand in hand with camping, hiking and outdoor life. Campers and hikers are some of the most independent and self-reliant folks in the world so why not bring those qualities to the general public and better yet, teach them how to leverage the equipment for dual purpose? Cindy likes to think of their store as the “yin & yang of outdoor survival and disaster preparedness” because Chuck’s side deals with being prepared in the physical sense while Cindy’s side takes care of preparedness in terms of health and wellness.
…three Grandfather Clocks! (See the History for the Rest of the Song!)
For the first time ever, more than 50% of college freshman didn’t have a watch when they started school this fall. Sure, you can keep time on a phone, but nothing beats the classic beauty of one of these Grandfather clocks! Visit the nice folks at Eastern Standard Time today for a nice holiday gift!
About Eastern Standard Time
Frank’s interests in clocks began at the age of 10. He got his start by helping a neighborhood clock maker and was taught the basics of clock restoration. Later in life, Frank received his formal training in Horology by attending Gem City College of Watch/Clock Making of Quincy, Illinois. He now specializes in mechanical and antique clock/watch restoration. He has been working in the field for over 25 years.
Frank’s daughter, Karla Palasciano went on to college and then to study horology before joining her father at Eastern Standard Time in 2002. Karla is a valued colleague and talented clockmaker.
Eastern Standard Clock Company relocated to Purcellville in 1995. Since then the business has flourished under the guidance of these two master horologists. The clock shop has grown to become an integral and familiar part of western Loudoun County, Virginia and is well known for providing unhurried and uncompromising craftsmanship, expertise, and service.
“I recommend ordering it any place you see it and going for a tour at the distillery.”
“Spend an hour sampling their Whiskey, Gin, or Brandy.”
About Catoctin Creek Distillery
Catoctin Creek® Distilling Company was founded by Becky and Scott Harris in 2009 as the first legal distillery in Loudoun County since before Prohibition. We are located in Purcellville, Virginia, in the heart of the Loudoun Valley. Loudoun County, often called D.C.’s Wine Country, is home to more than twenty vineyards and wineries, and it now has a distillery.
10% off all accessories with the purchase of any instrument priced at $499 or more.
Shamrock Music Shoppe was voted Best Music Instruction in Loudoun County which is an honor of which we are very proud. Our Lessons Program offers lessons for almost any instrument. Our expert instructors ensure that you will have a top notch learning experience where we will help you reach your goals. Our instructors are talented musicians with a desire to teach and share their passion for music. Weekly private lessons are for 50 minutes per session or 25 minutes for young children.
Coming Soon…the Twelve Days of Western Loudoun Christmas, brought to you by Ian Bush and Erin Kavanagh, local realtors focused on Western Loudoun.
We will be posting daily a few pictures from a local business including a link to their website and information about a special gift or deal that they are featuring as part of a “Shop Local” concept. Keep an eye on your feed to look for the daily posts, and one last one that includes all Twelve Days of Western Loudoun Christmas. You can find them all at: www.facebook.com/TheBushRealtyGroup.
Please consider patronizing these local businesses as they are part of the fabric of our community and are “hidden jewels” that most people pass daily on their way to shop in other places. Also, if you would LIKE the posts as much as possible so that as many people will see them as possible and bring business to these awesome local places during the Twelve Days of Western Loudoun Christmas!
Finally, as a last note, please excuse if we slightly deviate from the standard twelve days theme, as we know that few people will want to purchase “Seven Lords a Leaping or Twelve Maids Milking”!
Thank you in advance for your interest, and Happy Holidays to All!
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