Valentine’s Day Special 40% off Heart Shaped Jewelry Sale on the Redondo Pier!

2018 Mie Pearl Valentine’s Day Sale! Come visit us on the Redondo Beach Pier

These 2 special pearl pendants are 40%  Off for a limited time!
Now only $20.18 each plus tax!  Limited to quantities in stock.
And 40% Off all other Heart Shaped Jewelry in stock!

Valentine’s day ideas:

  • Come visit the Redondo Beach Pier.
  • Eat at one of the many restaurants.
  • View the sunset and ocean views.
  • Visit Me Pearl and pick a few oyster pearls, then have custom ring, earrings, or pendants made from the pearls you just found in the oysters!

Makes for a special day and a memorable gift!

Come visit us on the Redondo Beach Pier to purchase this item or view our selection of Pearl Necklaces, Rings, and other Jewelry.

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Redondo Pier Map

We're located on the South Side of the Redondo Pier

We’re located on the South Side of the Redondo Pier

Come visit us soon!

King Harbor Sea Fair

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King Harbor Sea Fair

This FREE family-friendly, community event is open to the public and features over 60 participating organizations. The Sea Fair promotes safe boating practices and environmental awareness, while highlighting recreational opportunities in King Harbor.

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Redondo Beach is just a short drive from downtown Los Angeles

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There are towns that are great for living, and there are towns that are great for vacations. We discovered one of those rare places that is great for both. Redondo Beach, is on the sunny southern California coast just seven miles south of the Los Angeles International Airport. It is a “happy-happening-hideaway” by the sea.


When it’s hot downtown and inland, LA folks head for the beach towns, which are frequently 10 to 15 degrees cooler. There’s a series of three beach towns north of the beautiful Palos Verdes Peninsula that are great places to enjoy the sea and sand. Making it even better, there’s a paved beach walk called the “Strand” that connects tony Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach with our personal favorite, historic Redondo Beach.

Places to stay in Redondo…

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