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A Bench Book, Concrete Jewelry Holders and More Jewelry Pro Gear for February

Make your store’s displays truly unforgettable and more!

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Consider Concrete

Are you looking to make your store’s displays truly unforgettable? Consider a custom designed set of concrete jewelry holders from Parisian artist Atelier IDeco. These matte gray geometric surfaces will set a striking backdrop for your store’s sparkling products.

Inquire for custom pricing

atelier-ideco.com

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Made with Magic

Megan Ann Jelken‘s Incredible Creations is a Nebraska-based workshop offering a variety of beautiful handmade wooden jewelry display pieces. Perfect for stores in search of a genuine rustic or gorgeous boho aesthetic. Custom sizes, colors, and staining available.

$24

etsy.com/shop/majic1976

Luxe Compounds

The Luxor Compound Starter Set offers top quality, silica-free aluminum oxide compounds made in France. These color-coded, non-greasy compounds will be a treat to use and breeze to clean from your jewelry after finishing.

$45

gesswein.com

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The Boss’s Bling

Wedding-related ring dishes will always have their place, but we love that this particular ring dish from Sweetwater Decor is all about celebrating a strong woman’s solo power. Perfect for the Boss Lady in your life, especially if she’s you.

$14.99

sweetwaterdecor.com

At the Bench

MJSA Press has published a new book, At The Bench Vol. 2: Tips, Techniques, And Step-By-Step Projects For Jewelers Of All Skill Levels. The photo-filled 150-page book is based on the popular “At The Bench” column that appears monthly in MJSA Journal, and offers instruction and insights from renowned jewelers.

$34.95

mjsa.org

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Why This Fourth-Generation Jeweler Chose Wilkerson for a Very Special Sale

Parian & Sons of Franklin Lakes, NJ was founded in the early part of the 20th century. But even stores that have successfully made it through the Great Depression, a World War and the Woodstock Generation must come to an end. With no family wanting to continue the tradition, the time was right for Glenn Parian and his wife, Maria, to retire. And what better way to do so than by hiring Wilkerson to help with the store’s liquidation sale. As Glenn puts it, with his credit card machine humming to the tune of up to 200 transactions a day, he couldn’t have done it without Wilkerson. “This is what they do,” he says. “This is what they do for everybody.”

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