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From A Gemmy Swimsuit To Convenient Art Displays, Here’s The Latest Gear for Jewelry Pros

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Florentine Fable

Bestselling author Amy Meyerson’s new book, The Imperfects, is the ideal pick for jewelry-loving readers. The tale centers on the dysfunctional Miller siblings and what happens when a family inheritance turns out to contain the legendary long-lost Florentine Diamond.

$27.99

indiebound.org/book/9780778305071

Quite a Dish

This blushingly delicate, incomparably elegant, and utterly glamorous little ring dish is all dolled up and ready to receive any treasure you’d like it to keep safe for you. May cause winking, smiling and cheerfulness.

$14.99

sweetwaterdecor.com

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Art Smart

Need a better way to adorn your store? Art hanging systems from Gallery System make in-store art displays incredibly easy: You can position a hook in any desired location with the touch of a button!

$209 and up

gallerysystem.com

Tumbling Champ

Do you need a better way to burnish gold, silver, and other metals? The Foredom RT101 Rotary Tumbler offers a direct-drive process, completely belt-free. You can even watch the tumbling in action through the device’s clear, leak-proof
hexagonal barrel.

$359.99

gesswein.com

Bathing Beauty

Finally, an answer to every jewelry lover’s most urgent summer question: How do we represent our love of jewels at the pool without covering our gems in chlorine? This magnificent maillot is so much fun, you’ll soon find yourself trying to wear it even on non-aquatic occasions.

$72

tashkabybeatrice.com

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When Liquidation Is the Best Option, This Legendary Jeweler Chose Wilkerson

George Koueiter & Sons Jewelers, a 65-year old jewelry institution in Grosse Pointe, MI, had always been a mainstay in this suburban Detroit community. But when owners George and Paul Koueiter were ready to retire, they made the decision to close rather than sell. “We decided our best option to do the liquidation sale was Wilkerson,” says Paul Koueiter. The results, says George Koueiter, exceeded expectations and the process was easy. “Wilkerson just kept us in mind,” says George. “They never did anything without asking and whatever they asked us to do was just spot on.”

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