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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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Why This Fourth-Generation Jeweler Chose Wilkerson for a Very Special Sale

Parian & Sons of Franklin Lakes, NJ was founded in the early part of the 20th century. But even stores that have successfully made it through the Great Depression, a World War and the Woodstock Generation must come to an end. With no family wanting to continue the tradition, the time was right for Glenn Parian and his wife, Maria, to retire. And what better way to do so than by hiring Wilkerson to help with the store’s liquidation sale. As Glenn puts it, with his credit card machine humming to the tune of up to 200 transactions a day, he couldn’t have done it without Wilkerson. “This is what they do,” he says. “This is what they do for everybody.”

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