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Ania Haie Launches NYC Showroom

The showroom will be a safe space for buyers to meet and view the latest designs from the brand.




Ania Haie Launches NYC Showroom

(PRESS RELEASE) With over 700 accounts across the U.S. and selling to 3,000 account across the globe in department stores, boutiques and independent jewelry stores, the British jewelry brand founded by Andy and Dave Maine partners with Chic Pistachio located in the heart of New York City. The showroom is now open and will be a safe space for buyers to meet and view the latest designs from the on-trend jewelry brand.

Co-founder Andy Maine says: “Due to the accelerated growth of the Ania Haie brand in the USA and our current showroom in Dallas, TX, this opening is a huge milestone for our business. Having the functionalities of Ania Haie on the ground in New York City, this allows our east coast buyers to preview our ever-expanding collections and drop into the newly created safe space when and if they want pre trade exhibitions.”

“We began looking at other ways that we could safely assist our customers with the changes that have taken place in the industry due to COVID. This showroom is going to benefit our retailers, our sales reps and all potential customers by offering safe space for meetings, marketing videos and more. We are beyond excited to continue our pattern of growth and move into the New York real estate market,” said Alisa Bunger, vice president, US Sales and Operations.



Thinking of Liquidating? Wilkerson’s Got You Covered

Bil Holehan, the manager of Julianna’s Fine Jewelry in Corte Madera, Calif., decided to go on to the next chapter of his life when the store’s owner and namesake told him she was set to retire. Before they left, Holehan says they decided to liquidate some of the store’s aging inventory. They chose Wilkerson for the sale. Why? “Friends had done their sales with Wilkerson and they were very satisfied,” says Holehan. He’d enthusiastically recommend Wilkerson to anyone looking to stage a liquidation or going-out-of-business sale. “There were no surprises,” he says. “They were very professional in their assessment of our store, what we could expect from the sale and they were very detailed in their projections. They were pretty much on the money.”

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