Getting older sure is more fun when it involves jewelry!


Hi Friends!
Yes, it’s that day again, and the best way I know to celebrate my 55 years is with a Birthday Jewelry Sale! “55 in a Flash” features 55 items that have been deeply reduced. However, they are very limited, and will only be available at this “Party Price” through February 10th . In other words, it’s “Last Call”!

I wish we could all gather together for a toast, but I’ll be thinking about you and look forward to hearing about what you are treating yourselves to on my birthday! Nothing makes me happier than knowing you feel beautiful and joyful… that is my ultimate “Happy Birthday” wish as I blow out my many candles!

Please share your stories with me and all our friends on Facebook.


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Some of you may have noticed our new and exciting website! You can read all about it here and visit us here.

If you had an account with us on our old site, you will need to create a new account. For security reasons, we could not transfer your email and password over to our new site. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but are following web security guidelines to protect you and your important information. When you create a new account, you can use your same email and password as before, though it is not required. Click here to create your new account – it takes less than a minute! 

But what about my order history? We know your jewelry order history is important and are working on a solution to provide you with all of your previous purchases as soon as we can. We will update you when we have a solution that will work best for you, our loyal customers. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy shopping our new site and look forward to your feedback!

Thank you!

Happy New Year!!!

Welcome to our NEW website! Along with all the new features, I’m thrilled to premiere new collections, and an exciting fresh look and feel! I recently spent time in West Chester, Pennsylvania with my friends Susanne, Mary, and Staci. We had a blast styling my new designs for the New Year! We discovered my three featured collections; Country Couture, Embrace the Stone and Color Connections, can each take us from work to casual and even more formal social occasions. And, yes, there was wine involved as we raised a toast to the New Year and lasting friendships. I hope you enjoy a glimpse into our “Girls’ Day” as you explore our new website today and in the weeks and months to come. We have a lot of fun things planned now that we have all the technical issues sorted out! Speaking of friendships and sorting things out….my Team here at CPJ would love to hear about your experience as you navigate our new site. As in all great friendships, honesty is always a good thing. Please let us know what you’re loving and what you’re not loving so much!

Happy New Year Friends!




I’m thankful for the Thanksgiving traditions and precious memories of the simpler times of my childhood. How I looked so forward to going to my Aunt Jenny’s and Uncle Wayne’s surrounded by my dozens of cousins, so closely tucked around the tables that no one wanted to, nor could, leave the table until all of the “thanks” and prayers were shared and the last bits of turkey eaten. Depending on the weather, my highly competitive family would engage in football or countless board games.

I am so thankful that my extended family continues to gather with the next generation of loving children and grandchildren in Minnesota, and that Bill and I have had the opportunity to immerse our own children and grandchildren into the “Minnesota Nice” culture. Because, there is NOTHING more important than family.

As our own children, Tiffany and Miles, have moved away and started their own families and traditions, Bill and I have needed to become more flexible about our own holiday plans.  We had a beautiful visit with Miles, Heather, Grace and Georgia in Yakima, Washington around Halloween, and we will be celebrating Thanksgiving with Tiffany, Andrew, Easter and Ivo in New York. We’re going to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and then we’ll go eat cheesecake at Junior’s!!!

And of course, we must cheer on our Minnesota Vikings on turkey day!!

I know that’s what my good friend Mary Beth will be doing, as we did together last Sunday!


Happy Thanksgiving and Skol Vikings!!!!!!




Honoring our Heroes on Veteran’s Day

There seems to be question surrounding the difference between Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day. They are both federal holidays; however, Veteran’s Day is observed on November the 11th and is designated as a day to honor all who have served in the military whereas Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday in May and is set aside to pay tribute to those who died serving in the military.

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This Saturday is Veteran’s Day and is the perfect opportunity to thank members of the military no matter the branch or the job they serve(d). The selfless who enter into the military share a common bond of patriotism, love of country and the willingness to serve and sacrifice for the greater good.

In the comment section below, please share your personal thanks to the great men and women of our armed forces. If you are among them, I thank you from the very bottom of my heart. Your job is important and I appreciate the sacrifices you and your families have made.
With love and patriotism,


Happy Halloween!

We just got back from a wonderful visit to Yakima, Washington, where our son Miles, his wife Heather, and their kids Grace and Georgia live.  It was the perfect fall visit, we went to the pumpkin patch, on a hay ride, and Georgia guided us through a huge corn maze! She really did, she must have a keen sense of direction for a 19 month-old! I’ve always loved fall, but now it’s even more special because I get to experience all the fun things we did as children, and witness the same joy in my grandchildren.




When we got back to the house, we painted and carved pumpkins. Grace took hers a little further, she made a Mr. Pumpkin Head.


Speaking of Pumpkin Heads…….check out my sweet Georgia pumpkin!


One Halloween tradition has dramatically changed since my childhood, when my mom would dress up as a witch and hand out candy at our “haunted” house, while we went trick-or-treating door to door for hours alone. Now, I’ve learned about a popular new tradition called “Trunk or Treat”, where people gather in a church or school parking lot with their car trunks decorated and hand out candy. I think this is wonderful. It still requires creativity and walking and gathering under the stars in the fresh air, rather than under the roof of a shopping mall!

I hope you all have a joyful, spooktacular Halloween!!







Getting to Know You

Hi friends!

Did you know Carolyn Pollack Jewelry has a website: and we’re currently on three Social Media platforms: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter? We are also building a Pinterest page and I’ll announce when it’s up and running on my Facebook page:

My goal is to get to know you better and to bring you the products and posts that interest you. I like to share photos, links and information about our jewelry, recipes tossed in with happenings in my life and humor. In addition to sharing information and photos of the jewelry, I also follow a daily schedule on Facebook that you might not know about and that you might want to check out:








I want to hear from you. What do you like about the pages? What don’t you like? Do you have any suggestions or feedback for me? Carolyn Pollack jewelry? We wouldn’t be here without you and I strive to do my very best to give you what you want. It might be a challenge accommodating all requests, but I promise you, all of your comments will be read and taken into consideration.

Send me your comments and feel free to respond to any of the following questions with a “yes” or “no”.

  1. Have you visited
  2. Do you follow us on Instagram?
  3. Have you “liked” us on Facebook?
  4. Do you follow us on Twitter?
  5. Are you looking forward to our Pinterest page?
  6. Do you like #motivationmonday posts?
  7. Do you like #tiptuesday posts?
  8. Do you like #wednesdaywisdom posts?
  9. Do you like #throwbackthursday posts?
  10. Do you like #fridaykitchen posts
  11. Do you like #saturdayhumor posts?
  12. Do you like #sundayfunday posts?
  13. Do you like the photos we share?
  14. Would you like to see more personal photos of my family and me?

#1 Getting to Know You Better

Please answer any or all of the following questions that you feel comfortable sharing:

  1. How old are you?
  2. In which state do you live?
  3. Do you work, go to school or are you retired?
  4. Do you buy jewelry for yourself?
  5. Do you ever gift jewelry?

Thank you very much for participating; I look forward to hearing from you and getting to know you better.

With love and friendship,



Discover Clearance

The three words every Carolyn Pollack Jewelry Collector loves to hear:


Here at Carolyn Pollack Jewelry, we love to offer you the best collector pieces at the best prices. We continuously craft new jewelry, rotate collections, and now it’s time for some of our favorites to retire. What does that mean for you, our loyal collector? It means clearance pricing on timeless classics …. styles to enjoy forever! We retire pieces to make room for new, because we know just how excited you get when we offer new designs to add to your collection. We appreciate your feedback and make adjustments and improvements as often as possible.

I would love to hear from you. Feel free to reach out to us on our Facebook page:

and our office in Albuquerque, New Mexico:

Relios Inc.

6815 Academy Parkway West NE

Albuquerque NM 87109



Which piece in your collection is your all-time favorite?


With love,


Breast Cancer Awareness

The American Cancer Society predicts there will be 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer in women in 2017 and approximately 40,610 women will also die from breast cancer this year. That is why I walk. I have walked the Susan G. Komen three-day, 60-mile Breast Cancer event nine times and I was among the top fundraising team in Philadelphia two times. 540 miles in total, because I believe strongly in education, awareness, the finding of a cure and the fundraising efforts for breast cancer.

“In 2016, Susan G. Komen® announced a Bold Goal—to reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026.” If you would like to learn more and possibly help, I urge you to visit:

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A few years ago I walked with Nancy Hornback, Program Host/QVC. We spent an amazing weekend together, walking 60 miles over 3 days. We walked ALL over Philadelphia, through beautiful neighborhoods where school children came out to cheer us on, to the historical sights of downtown, and ending at the majestic Navy Yard. The official cheering stations, as well as the countless signs and decorations on private homes and businesses, often brought tears to our eyes.

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We met so many wonderful people along the way. We met Jim from San Jose who walked the Susan G. Komen over 30 times. Jim told us he walks for his mother. We met another gentleman who calls himself the ‘Pink Fireman’. He followed the course in his custom-painted truck that is dedicated to fighting breast cancer in honor of his three sisters.

There were many moving stories, and we met so many brave and passionate women along the way. Yes, 60 miles is a long and painful walk, especially during the 10 miles it down poured. But a few blisters are nothing compared to the battle so many face against this awful disease.

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Early screening is imperative, so I implore you to do your due diligence and get an annual mammogram. It’s not pleasant, but it is a must.

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With love and health,