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Gideon's Fine Jewelry Believes High-End Watches are Always Exciting Gifts

Southern California luxury watch retailer and jeweler brings all the latest from popular brands like Michele and Hidalgo.

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The holidays are exciting and joyous times, where loved ones happily exchange gifts. Part of this exuberance, however, can be diminished by the anxiety of finding the perfect present. For gifts for the woman with an eye for fashion, Gideon's Fine Jewelry, authorized retailer of numerous brands of luxury watches and jewelry in Los Angeles, recommends going by the official 2012 catalog published by one of its favorite watch designers, Michele. Famous for their interchangeable straps made of exotic and classic materials, Michele publishes an online catalog to showcase their greatest and most recent designs. The team at Gideon's Fine Jewelry adores Michele watches  and considers this catalog to not only be indicative of what's hot for the holidays, but also revealing of future trends in high-end watches.

The catalog starts with a stunning selection from Michele's signature Deco line of diamond studded chronographs. It continues by exploring the flexibility of the Deco range, from the compact Deco 16 style to excellent two-tone pieces. Next is the Michele's Serein collection, a newer entry into the Michele family. Described as "feminine, elegant, and timeless," the Serein carries 100 diamonds in its perfectly round dial. After glamorous detours through Michele's diamond collections, new straps, and crowd-pleasing Tahitian Jelly Bean watches, the catalog ends on an incredibly high-note; the introduction of its new line of Park Jelly beans. These exquisite watches must be seen to be believed; Gideon's Fine Jewelry, located in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, carries the full range of Michele watches. The company generally advocates that customers come into the store to try on a watch that he or she may be interested in. After all, certain colors, shapes, and sizes may look better or worse when actually worn on the wrist. Because of this, it's incredibly beneficial to go in person because a helpful staff member from Gideon's Fine Jewelry can guide a patron through many fashionable choices of chronographs.

That being said, Gideon's Fine Jewelry is also a source for other luxury goods.  Besides name brand watches (including Michele, Montblanc, Nixon, TW Steel, Hamilton, and many more), Gideon's Fine Jewelry carries a stunning selection of high-class writing instruments and jewelry. A fantastic writing instrument from Montblanc is always a trustworthy gift. Everybody writes and it doesn't hurt to feel elegant and powerful with a Montblanc pen in hand. A hot item this season, as suggested by Gideon's Fine Jewelry, is one of Montblanc's limited edition pens. Perfect for the aspiring novelist, these limited edition writing instruments are inspired by historical figures, from Princess Grace to Jonathan Swift.

Another fashionable choice this holiday season comes from jewelry designer Hidalgo. Known for their fun, customizable stacking ability, Hidalgo rings combine world-class precious metals with durable, vibrant, and rich colored enamel. Because they can be mixed up, Hidalgo enamel rings often lead to a collection of the brand. This holiday season could be the perfect time to make a loved one a Hidalgo enthusiast; Gideon's Fine Jewelry is there to guide any interested person through this process.

Gideon's Fine Jewelry can be reached at 877-992-3377 or by navigating around at www.gideonsjewelry.com.

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