“We admire the great work that Dr. Stuart Goldstein and Texas Children’s Hospital has done for our community,” said Slade Lewis, vice president of Lewis Jewelers. “This event means so much to us, and we are so pleased with the many people that came out to support Lewis Jewelers and our cause.”
The Texas-inspired “Sparkles & Spurs” featured a large tent with beautiful western decor, live band “Dry Water” and plenty of delicious food and cocktails. Representatives from jewelry and watch designers such as Orbis, TAG Heuer, David Yurman, Scott Kay, Stephanie Hilton, John Hardy and more were present to offer guests expertise on their lines.
Guests also had the opportunity to bid on silent auction items that included a Michele watch, John Hardy and David Yurman jewelry, Houston Rockets and Houston Texans tickets, a flight aboard an L-39 Fighter Jet and more. All proceeds from the silent auction benefited Texas Children’s Hospital.
Founded in 1981, Lewis Jewelers is a full-service jewelry retailer, designer and manufacturer located in