When a team of treasure hunters claimed they'd discovered the resting place of The San Jose galleon in 2015, many archeologists and experts scoffed at the idea. If true, it would mean that the "Holy Grail" of shipwrecks had been found after 300 plus... (Read More)
When you hear the term "bling" what comes to mind?
Gold chains, gaudy rings and platinum grills? Popular culture would have it this way, but fashionable gold, silver, platinum and more have been around for decades.
In fact, according to High... (Read More)
The pictures coming out of Kilauea are truly heartbreaking. Now that hundreds of homes have been evacuated, our fellow community members both young and old need love and support.
We all know that Hawaiians come together in times of need, and this... (Read More)
Numismatics, or coin collecting, is a fascinating hobby that thousands of Americans practice. In fact, experts estimate that there are between 100,000 and one million active coin collectors in the U.S. alone, not to mention millions of others around... (Read More)
The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange was graced with beauty when Dayse from Brazil and Sylvia from Peru came into the office to get their cha ching for their unwanted bling. Their smiles say it all. (Read More)
Have you ever watched one of those fancy television cooking shows that featured a dessert topped with gold flakes or gold leaf? As unappetizing as it sounds, eating gold is perfectly safe. And while it's mainly just for show, a few flecks of... (Read More)
Today is Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018 | Typically, around the world, Easter is filled with bunny rabbits and chicken eggs, colored and hidden by parents and sought after by excited little children. In past tradition, the eggs, also called Paschal... (Read More)
Good Friday is a Christian holiday, predominantly Catholic, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ at Calvary. This is the day set aside to remember Jesus’s death, three days before his resurrection on Easter Sunday. | This year, in the... (Read More)
The sun is shining brightly, the days are getting longer and folks all over The Islands are preparing for spring break. Whether you plan on visiting the mainland or just hope to spend some time at the beach, one thing remains the same: a need for... (Read More)