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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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