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Introducing the 2020 Angel
Ophelia
which means “help” or “helper.” May this special angel surround you with gratitude and love, and remind you of your own angels, or even yourself, that give assistance through the day.

The 2020 Angel will be available
the day after Thanksgiving
for pick up or shipping.

If you are on our mailing list, then you will be notified. 
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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.  

COVID-19 Update:
The Evergreen Gallery is open, and you may
come in to pick up your angels.

December 2020 hours are:


Sunday-Tuesday Noon-4
Thursday - Saturday 10:30-4:30
Closed Wednesdays 

 

Extended Hours for the Week of Christmas

Saturday, December 19:     10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Sunday, December 20:        11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monday, December 21:       10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tuesday - Late Shopping
Tuesday, 
December 22:      10:00 am - 6:30 pm
Wednesday, December 23: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday, Christmas Eve:   9:30 am - 3:00 pm 

 

Closed on Christmas and the day after.
Saturday, December 26:
Closed for our employees to
take time with family and to rest.  

 

Care will be taken when packaging all angel orders. 

 

You are welcome to call, as well, and orders can be taken

over the phone.
 

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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.”