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From Pink Diamond Phone Cases to the Ultimate Earring Problem Solver, Here’s April’s Jewelry Pro Gear

Popular phone cases arrive in a sweet new hue.

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Pretty in Pink

You’ve probably seen Angie Crabtree’s diamond phone cases by now … but have you seen them in PINK? The Diamond Painter’s precisely painted facets are even lovelier in the sweetest of rosy hues.

angiecrabtree.com

$45


Almost a Unicorn

Are you looking for a new jewelry display option but you don’t want to go with anything boring or overly sweet? Here’s your answer: a little tough, a little glam and completely perfect.

imm-living.com

$67.65

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Dot Dot Dot

BlingGuard’s BlingDots are the multi-talented earring problem solver you didn’t know you needed. These disposable dots can be positioned discreetly behind any earring to help heavy or unwieldy pieces sit correctly, stay in place, and remain comfortable all day.

blingguard.com

$14.99


Sweet Storage

“Beauty begins the moment you begin to be yourself,” whispers the golden letters inside this lovely jewelry box. This gently shining message of self-confidence and strength would make any gift all the more beautiful.

rosannainc.com

$18

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Diving for Starfish

Cherie Burns’  Diving for Starfish: The Jeweler, the Actress, the Heiress, and One of the World’s Most Alluring Pieces of Jewelry  is the latest must-read for jewelry lovers. Part mystery, part history, the book is an homage to Boivin’s legendary starfish pins and the women who owned them.

us.macmillan.com/books

$26.99

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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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