This is the Official Site of the Evergreen Angel™.
Since 1993, we have been celebrating the beautiful, meaningful tradition of Colorado designed angel pendants.
Shop here, online, or visit the angels in person at The Evergreen Gallery.
To receive your order by Christmas Eve,
please place your online order by
Tuesday, December 17.
The newest angel for 2019 is designed to be a symbol of peace and tranquility, as her name, Serenity, reflects.
Serenity was designed from a drawing by local Evergreen artist, Philip Newsom. Janet Martinez, a Crestone, Colorado silversmith, translated Philip’s drawing into a miniature sculpture that is made into pendants by a foundry in Rhode Island, in the old world silversmithing style of Paul Revere.
The chosen gemstone for the limited designs is an opal. Opals are frequently chosen as a meditation gemstone. An opal of any kind is thought to easily assist with a tranquil and calm state of mind, and to reduce stress and uneasiness.
We hope this angel brings to you moments of peace, calmness and tranquility for years to come. Your angel purchase benefits our local Mount Evans Home Health Care and Hospice.
These are custom Evergreen Angels ... from the left 2018 Gabrielle in Rose Gold, 2000 Millennium Maria with a 14K gold halo and diamonds, and Gabrielle with a diamond set in 14K gold prongs.
Benefiting Mount Evans Home Health Care and Hospice since 1993
The Angel Collection
Evergreen Angel pendants are hand-designed and cast of sterling silver or 14kt yellow gold. All angel orders are beautifully packaged in the exclusive Evergreen Angel gift wrap. Angels will be placed in a satin jewelry bag, followed by a drawstring organza bag, and finally a decorative cellophane bag.
“The Evergreen Angel is meaningful to me in so many ways; it’s especially symbolic of the work Mount Evans Hospice does in our community. You frequently hear from people that the nurses and other staff members who cared for their loved one were ‘angels,’ so it’s very fitting that the lovely Evergreen Angels help support Mount Evans’ service to our neighbors.”