Retailer Judith Arnell says all jewelry sales stem from passion.
Third-generation jeweler fine-tunes her aspirations.
Meghan Proctor learned from her father, who grew up on a Navajo reservation.
Store owner embraces beach days, spectacular moon rises and new ideas.
Be On Park features one-of-a-kind finds.
Grace Barretti is inspired by being around “the most valuable things on this earth.”
Once Upon a Diamond’s Jordan Brown is inspired by nature.
They say their sibling rivalry is a thing of the past … although they pretend to be at odds for TikTok.
Izzi Krombholz launches creative outlet that riffs on her family’s Cincinnati business.
Instagram efforts pay off for Elizabeth Izaguirre.
Senior buyer’s assistant shares her daily inspirations.
Philadelphia company has four locations and a staff of 20.
Desi Torem models her own jewelry designs.
“What you see is what you get,” they say.
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.