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Finger Protectors, A Lab-Grown Detector And More Gear for Jewelry Pros

Here’s the stuff you want for your jewelers and customers.




Watch Part Art

“Hallucination,” the eerily stunning new sculpture by artist Berd Vay’e, features 1,000-1,500 vintage watch components salvaged from 50-100 year-old timepieces. The tiny horological remnants are suspended in Lucite to create the haunting form of a skull. Limited run.


Detector Gadget

Are you prepared to identify lab-grown diamonds that come across your bench? The J-Detect from DRC Techno can scan up to 15 rings simultaneously. The device’s viewing screen allows the user to identify lab-grown diamonds as small as 0.003 carat.


Selfies with Craftsmanship

We’ve all seen custom phone holders at this point … but have you ever seen a wooden one featuring a beautiful hand carving of your business’s logo? This custom-made spinning phone-holder is made from genuine cherry wood.



Safety with the Wolf

This elegant jewelry portfolio from WOLF will make sure your customers’ treasures are stored safely anywhere they go. A smooth leather exterior with gold accents conceals a strategically designed interior with Wolf’s proprietary lining designed to prevent tarnish for up to 35 years.


Tough as Hide

Rhino Finger Skins are made of stretchy, durable, surgical grade neoprene to provide incomparable finger protection for jewelers,
silversmiths, manufacturers, craftspeople, and artisans. Protects against cuts, abrasions, burns, and callouses; offers heat protection up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.


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Wilkerson Testimonials

Downsizing? Wilkerson Is Here to Help

Orin Mazzoni, Jr., the owner of Orin Jewelers in Garden City and Northville, Michigan, decided it was time to downsize. With two locations and an eye on the future, Mazzoni asked Wilkerson to take the lead on closing the Garden City store. Mazzoni met Wilkerson’s Rick Hayes some years back, he says, and once he made up his mind to consolidate, he and Hayes “set up a timeline” for the sale. Despite the pandemic, Mazzoni says the everything went smoothly. “Many days, we had lines of people waiting to get in,” he says, adding that Wilkerson’s professionalism made it all worthwhile. “Whenever you do an event like this, you think, ‘I’ve been doing this my whole life. Do I really need to pay someone to do it for me?’ But then I realized, these guys are the pros and we need to move forward with them.”

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