A move from the burbs to the heart of Columbus revitalizes a family business.
The gem gallery draws on a sense of place to forge a brand identity while its owner travels the globe.
A bold Main Street presence reflects a Wisconsin store’s artistry within.
Store has grown from bedroom ‘shop’ to community institution.
This Long Island store is devoted to its own diamond brand.
Business transcends its hotel-boutique roots with a reputation for approachability.
And their 30-foot-tall clock tower helps.
Family, light and the right ring all get priority at Midwestern store.
Their tagline is “Where Oklahoma Gets Engaged!”
"In Minnesota, you’re not going to be successful if you come off snooty," says the owner.
Established in 1948, Bailey’s Fine Jewelry enters its third generation with five stores.
Goldsmith Gallery Jewelers radiates the ambience of an elegant lodge, complete with a fireplace.
He wanted to create something that Texarkana had never seen before.
Debbie and George Fox are working "crazy hours" to keep up with their store's skyrocketing growth.
Impromptu dance parties are a thing here.
"If I want to wear flip-flops and listen to The Offspring and serve alcohol, I’m going to," says its owner.
“We didn’t need another Family Name Fine Jewelers,” its owner says.
Even as a child, she wanted to own a store.
It features hydraulic cases, floating displays and lots of interactivity.
The owner comes from a renowned jewelry family.