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An Award-Winning Documentary to Share, and More Business-Boosting Products for March

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Share “Sharing the Rough”

The jewelry industry’s favorite award-winning documentary is now available on Blu-ray. The film follows a gemstone’s journey from its discovery and shaping by a master gem cutter to its setting in an exquisite piece of jewelry, with a look at all of the talented individuals involved along the way.  sharingtherough.com

$29.95


Shiny and Healthy

These Gem Water bottles, engineered by VitaJewel, are more than just pretty; the gemstones boost the pH and oxygen levels of drinking water, raising its alkalinity to levels only found in natural spring water. gem-water.com

$78-$340

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Sweet Caroline

WOLF’s Caroline collection of jewelry travel cases and rolls is the thoughtfully designed jewelry travel solution your luxury-minded customers have been waiting for. Shown here in rose quartz color, these travel cases are almost too pretty to put away between trips.  wolf1834.com

$59


Pull With Personality 

The dark brass of Shannon Koszyk’s drawer pulls and lamp finials adds an edge to your décor. shannonkoszyk.com

$298

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Bangle Wrangler

The lightweight, easily portable Bangle Stacker displays bangles and rings in an attractive manner that keeps them accessible to customers. banglestacker.com

$14.99-$19.99


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

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