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An Agate-and-Silk Clutch, Custom Kleenex and More March Gear for Jewelry Pros

Plus, a 4,000-year history of the jewelry clasp.

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An Agate-and-Silk Clutch, Custom Kleenex and More March Gear for Jewelry Pros

Get a Grasp on Clasps

CLASPS: 4,000 YEARS OF FASTENERS IN JEWELLERY, by Anna Tabakhova, traces the evolution of the clasp from the Bronze Age to today and has won acclaim from museums and jewelry historians all over the world.

editions-terracol.com

$65


An Agate-and-Silk Clutch, Custom Kleenex and More March Gear for Jewelry Pros

Spectacular Specimens

The Mini Museum is a portable collection of curiosities where every item is authentic, iconic, and clearly labeled. Many are geological, making it a perfect gift for gemological enthusiasts or a fantastic talking point as unusual store décor.

minimuseum.com

$299

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An Agate-and-Silk Clutch, Custom Kleenex and More March Gear for Jewelry Pros

Clutch Your Gems

The Agate Gem Clutch by TAYMA  Fine Jewellery incorporates bright silk and gorgeous agate slices — spectacular for the unabashed fashionista who loves to make a splash!

taymajewellery.com

$630


An Agate-and-Silk Clutch, Custom Kleenex and More March Gear for Jewelry Pros

Sniffle in Style

Place a custom order of tissues with the name of your store, and you’ll be ready to stylishly soothe even the most emotional engagement-ring hunting lovebirds.

lovelyfromlindsey.etsy.com

$1 per pack

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An Agate-and-Silk Clutch, Custom Kleenex and More March Gear for Jewelry Pros

Jump Through Hoops

This rainbow crystal embroidery hoop art is sweet, on-brand, and handmade! Particularly perfect for shops looking to curate a boho vibe.

westcoastcreator.com

$56

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He Doubled His Sales Goals with Wilkerson

John Matthews, owner of John Michael Matthews Fine Jewelry in Vero Beach, Florida, is a planner. As an IJO member jeweler, he knew he needed an exit strategy if he ever wanted to g the kind of retirement he deserved. He asked around and the answers all seemed to point to one solution: Wilkerson. He talked to Rick Hayes, Wilkerson president, and took his time before making a final decision. He’d heard Wilkerson knew their way around a going out of business sale. But, he says, “he didn’t realize how good it was going to be.” Sales goals were “ambitious,” but even Matthews was pleasantly surprised. “It looks like we’re going to double that.”

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