JOHN ATENCIO SUPPORTS BIG BONES CANINE RESCUE
July, 10 2017
During the upcoming Ft Collins Sidewalk Sale Days on July 14 and 15, John Atencio will support Big Bones Canine Rescue, a 501(c )3 charity based in Windsor, CO and dedicated to helping dogs in need. A percentage of all sales during the July 14th weekend in Ft. Collins will be donated to Big Bones to help save dogs from death, illness and misfortune. Featured at the event with be select sale merchandise along with the John Atencio Dog Tag pendant, designed in 2016 by John specifically to
A Precious Child
June, 02 2017
WE CARE ABOUT…
JOHN ATENCIO is proud to be supporting the Colorado-based charity, A PRECIOUS CHILD, during the month of June. The John Atencio ‘share the gift’ program is shared through the purchase of a John Atencio Pantheon watch (http://bit.ly/2sn6g8C) will take place in all seven John Atencio boutiques in the Denver area, Ft. Collins, and Boulder. This effort is part of an ongoing JOHN ATENCIO WE CARE
John Atencio Black Diamond Trunk Show Events
April, 25 2017THE NEW NOIR: ELEGANCE RE-FACETED
John Atencio will host a limited-edition trunk show in his Cherry Creek, Park Meadows, Larimer Square, Ft Collins and Boulder Boutiques during select weeks in April and May. Each event will feature an extraordinary selection of black diamond necklace styles – showcased alongside established Collections to complete the exotic and elegant evening look. As with all John Atencio diamonds, each of the black diamonds included in this Trunk Show are
A Letter From There With Care
February, 06 2017
From our community partner There With Care, a Colorado based non-profit that provides support for critically ill families and children.
By Paula DuPre’ Pesmen, Founder and Executive Director
There With Care began in 2005 and has helped nearly 2,700 families here in Colorado. It was a pretty unconventional way how it started. When I was an associate producer on the first three HARRY POTTER® films in London, I received a
Diamonds and Design
January, 23 2017
Ever wonder what makes a diamond so brilliant? There are many factors. First, consider the four C’s: cut, color, clarity and carat weight. Emotions also play an important role in choosing one diamond over another. Diamonds speak to us and beg our attention. This has been the case from the beginning of time.
The diamond is the only gemstone composed of one pure element – carbon. A diamond comes to life in only the most perfect of
January, 10 2017
Ready to take the plunge?
Unsure where to start? Let us help you!
Understanding the 4 C’s is one of the most important parts of purchasing a diamond. Basic knowledge of the Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat will help you understand the diamonds value and price. Stay tuned to the John Atencio blog for more information on how to navigate the mystery of the diamond.
Allie Kirby’s December Client Spotlight
December, 19 2016
Overjoyed this holiday season to feature a dear client and friend, Mr. Lex Atencio, and his passion for the not only the family jewelry business but also the jewelry process. My real estate partner Jaden Hanson and I were fortunate to become good friends with Lex earlier this year and help him in the pursuit of home ownership. Throughout his journey to find the perfect home, Jaden and I looked forward to seeing and spending time with Lex. His calm demeanor, kind attention to detail, gracious
5280 Gift Guide
December, 07 2016
Design of the Times
November, 29 2016
Design of the Times: Atelier Zobel and John Atencio
By: Monica Stephenson of JCK Magazine
I’m looking forward to saying hello to John Atencio and his team. For four decades (!), this prolific designer has created many collections with a thoroughly recognizable aesthetic. Each design reflects a sculptural approach, with lush depth and layers. Whether diamond or gemstone, ring or earrings, John’s attention and direction are apparent in
Boulder and the Beautiful: The dreams you plant
November, 07 2016
The first thing John Atencio asks me is, "Do you believe in dreams?"
No small talk. No predictable conversation starter. Just straight to the soul. Do you believe?
"Um, yes," I fumble. I do. Very much. But I feel vulnerable admitting it to a stranger. And maybe a little silly.
"Do you have a child?"
Wasn't I supposed to be the one conducting this interview? I tell him about Bettie Anne, first-grader.
"When I was your daughter's age, my