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Todd Reed Thinks Inside the Box … and More Business Boosting Products for Jewelry Stores

Also featuring a cool collaboration between Jane Taylor Jewelry and Paige Gamble.

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Anything Box 

One-of-a-kind box from Todd Reed in 18K yellow gold and sterling silver with natural colored hexagon cut diamonds (6.21 TCW). toddreed.com

$27,000

Sweet Sloth 

This handmade sloth might not be the fastest-moving fellow around, but he’s sure to take very good care of any rings entrusted to his care. etsy.com/shop/paintmydream

$28.80

Match Made In Heaven

PG x JTJ Pastel Stack clutch in Italian pebbled leather lined with suede: This collaboration between Jane Taylor Jewelry and Paige Gamble is a dream come true for anyone who loves jewelry, beautiful colors, or fine leather goods. paigegamble.com

$295

Brilliance and Fire

Rachelle Bergstein’s tantalizing tome both sparkles with delightful diamond-related anecdotes and offers readers real insight into the contemporary world’s relationship with these shiny stones. harpercollins.com

$16.99

See the Light

Originally designed for eyewear merchandizing, the Delta Lit Shelf package from Ennco is perfect for jewelry retail as well, featuring built-in LED lighting to ensure a flawlessly lit browsing experience. ennco.com

price on request

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

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