He says he’s found the American dream.
Cheryl King plans events, spearheads merchandising and even takes on the role of store “mom.”
The jewelry features positive affirmations.
She brought a fast-fashion sensibility from the apparel world to fine jewelry.
Owner Craig Underwood reflects on the family business.
It’s called the Goddess Den.
“I feel so loved. How many people go to work and have that feeling?”
The first wedding band Wendy Woldenberg made was her own.
Brad Marks reimagines the business with a store update.
His commitment to the profession is second to none.
Malka Diamonds moves from storefront to appointment business.
Never say “no” to the client, he says.
Taking risks and becoming more vulnerable can lead to growth.
Rox Jewelers' owner learned the business from her parents.
Her retail operation is based in Palm Beach.
Fanya Hull finds inspiration in female empowerment.
Jacob Wosinski’s passion for jewelry resonates with customers.
CT Magazine readers voted Malloves Jewelers the Best in Connecticut.
Tauqeer Imran draws on medical background to inspire others.
Zorells aims to “spoil their clients rotten.”