PonE Gram

February-March 2020

 In This Issue:  What’s New  –  Show Schedule  –  Fun Facts

What’s New?

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.  If you need some ideas for gift giving for your Mustang enthusiast, please check out our catalog chocked full of pendants, earrings, bracelets, rings, Pandora-style beads, snaps, watches and more.

KIM’S GOLD DUST has a new Ford Mustang heart pendant that has been a hot seller all year long.  It is available in sterling silver or gold.  Check it out!   We also have a smaller version of the Ford Badge Pendant which is popular too.

KIM’S GOLD DUST can now offer you a variety of pieces in Rose Gold.  All items that are shown in 14k Yellow Gold, can be cast in 14k White Gold or 14k Rose Gold.  One of Rose Gold’s aspects is its underlying meaning.  White Gold represents Friendship.   Yellow Gold means Fidelity.  Rose Gold represents Love.

Men, we have two new signet rings for you.  One is plain stainless steel with a cut-out of the Ford Mustang Pony. It’s quite a unique piece and we believe it will become a popular ring.  The second ring is made of black stainless steel with the color Ford Mustang Tribar. This one is also unique with the coloring and will become another favorite.

Ladies, would you like a classy adjustable wire bracelet?  This bracelet features a Pony charm and Swarovski heart charm.  This is our Ford licensed version of the Alex and Ani type bracelets.  They are already a best seller.

If there is a piece of jewelry in particular you are looking for and cannot find, please let us know.  We are always looking for new ideas.

Show Schedule

Come visit us at the Carlisle Ford Nationals on June 5-7 at Carlisle, PA.  This is the largest all Ford show in the world and celebrating their 25th anniversary.  2020 marks the 15th Anniversary of the 2005 Ford GT and they’re celebrating at Ford Nationals!  Our booth will be located in Building T.  You don’t want to miss this one!

Featured Products

Mustang Pony Heart Pendant

Fun Facts


Designer John Najjar claims that he first pitched the name Mustang after the WWII P-51 fighter plane.  When he presented the idea, it got rejected. He later pitched the same name, now telling Ford it was named after a type of horse.  The name was then well received.

Stop by Booth BT14 (Building T) at Carlisle Ford Nationals

KIM and the GOLD DUST TEAM (Jane, Carolyn and Toni)