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From High-Security Earposts to Crystal Self-Care Products, Here’s The Latest Gear for Jewelry Pros

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Elevate Your Earrings

Your products won’t do you any good if your customers can’t actually SEE them. This laser cut and hand-finished pegboard earring display from Lzrbeams is the perfect blend of functional, stylish, and minimalist. Have it engraved with your logo for a personal touch.

$24

etsy.com/shop/lzrbeams 

A Rose Is a Rose

The Roseco Martini setting with EarringLock will keep your customers’ studs safe! The specially engineered mounting has a four-notch friction earpost and EarringLock earnut with a pressure release locking mechanism for ultimate security. Setting only; stone not included.

Starting at $132.95

roseco.com

Reach for the Stars

We’re over the moon for this utterly charming star-shaped velvet ring box from Voeu Du Coeur! Handmade and perfect for display, photo shoots, or extra-special packaging.

$87

voeu-du-coeur.com

A Visual Symphony

Finally, you can cover your coffee table in Anna Hu jewels, thanks to Symphony of Jewels: Opus 2, the second and newly released volume in Janet Zapata’s multivolume series about this talented artist’s work. A beautiful and fascinating read for any jewelry lover.

$75

vendomepress.com/book/anna-hu-symphony-of-jewels

For #Selfcaresunday

Designer Jacquie Aiche has launched a crystal-focused line of self-care products. The collection, called Gypsy, is intended to promote peace, balance, and healing. Products are sold individually or in the comprehensive Gypsy Box (pictured).

$285

jacquieaiche.com

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