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Showing Just Claus JHJ FACEBOOK GROUP

Stephen Burstein and Jessica Hammond of Stephen’s Fine Jewelry (Leawood, KS) showed off the ultimate holiday outfits at a December open house.


Let It Snow INSTAGRAM

Windows draw shoppers, and Piper Diamond Co. (Vincennes, IN) owner Travis Piper created a beauty here that humanizes the store and lowers the threshold barrier. 


Eat What You Make INSTAGRAM

If you haven’t checked out Hannah Becker’s “Diamondoodles,” you’re missing out. She turns gemstones and jewelry into artwork. Here was her Thanksgiving post, which required crystal gemstones and a black marker. 


Watch Out FACEBOOK

Washington D.C. Cool Store Tiny Jewel Box just got even cooler by adding a Patek Philippe boutique. President Matthew Rosenheim cuts the ribbon opening the new space while chairman and owner Jim Rosenheim, his wife Marcia, Matt’s wife Beth, and Larry Pettinelli and Jim Cullen of Patek Philippe look on. 


Still Good? INSTAGRAM

Jewelry/watch writer and INSTORE contributor Barbara Palumbo struck gold at the bottom of her bag when she found this token from last year’s AGS Conclave. 


This article originally appeared in the January 2018 edition of INSTORE.

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