Gem of a Book

Gem: The Definitive Visual Guide is a useful new text from DK and the Smithsonian. The book is bursting with easy-to-understand, gorgeously illustrated features on any gemstone you could possibly need to look up. dk.com/us/Smithsonian.

$50


Tags, You're It

Arch Crown’s new TT380 thermal transfer computer tags have a 50 percent thinner tail than the previous model, making it even easier to tag small, difficult pieces of jewelry. The thin, lightweight tags can withstand ultrasonic cleaning without the text or bar code rubbing off, archcrown.com.

$174.75
per roll


Shining Star

Star Gems’ Custom Studio app allows retailers to display inventory digitally in store on a large touch-screen, making it possible for retailers to show their customers thousands of items without needing to have that inventory currently on site. customstudiousa.com.

$3,500
for touch-screen, $275, one-time fee plus $75 per month for the app


Instant Photo Pro

Kassoy Pro Photo Studios are designed specifically for jewelry, making it easy to capture professional-grade images of jewelry that won’t require advanced photo editing. The Pro Photo Studio pictured here is the midrange model. kassoy.com.

$3,995


Va-Va-Voom Vase

This malachite patterned Jonathan Adler vase exudes that gem-inspired atmosphere without being yet another piece of decor that looks like a diamond. jonathanadler.com.

$118

 


This article originally appeared in the February 2017 edition of INSTORE.



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