Giving back to the community is at the heart of everything we do at David Gardner’s.

One of our greatest joys is partnering with community organizations to raise money. Each piece is thoughtfully selected to meet the needs of the organization. We get really excited when organizations strategically take our donation and multiply the potential through lots of hard work on their part. THAT motivates us to give big!

Celebrating Mays Business School’s 50th Anniversary

Julia and David were honored to co-host a 50th Anniversary kickoff party for Texas A&M’s Mays Business School with Brandon Coleman, a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board and co-chair of Marketing and Communications, and Carri Baker, a member of the Dean's Advisory Board. The college is celebrating with “Roadshow” kickoff events across the United States preceding the much anticipated 50th Anniversary Celebration Weekend September 6-7.

David Gardner designs unique “Hold on to Hope” bracelet for Amy Robach and the 2017 Surviving and Thriving Luncheon

The 15th Annual Surviving and Thriving Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon hosted by Pink Alliance once again embodied the spirit of resilience and hope of breast cancer survivors. The crowd of more than 800 listened to featured speaker and Good Morning America Host Amy Robach speak of her personal journey with the disease.

Arts Council of the Brazos Valley Presents Lifetime Achievement Award to Julia & David Gardner

The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley awarded its highest honor, the D.A. “Andy” Anderson Award to Julia and David Gardner of David Gardner’s Jewelers, last Thursday at the Celebrate the Arts Gala at the Brazos Expo Complex in Bryan. This very special award is given to a select few individuals who have proven again and again, over many years, exemplary support of the arts, culture, and heritage of the Brazos Valley.

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From the latest styles and selections to event invites and store happenings, we want to keep you in the “loupe”!