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Local Jeweler Wins National Jewelry Competition

Streicker won the CASE Award in the Supplier Jewelry $5,001 to $10,000 (retail value) category.

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Eve Streicker

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(PRESS RELEASE) Jewelers of America (JA), the national trade association for businesses serving the fine jewelry marketplace, has awarded Eve Streicker of New York City-based Original Eve Designs, a first-place award in the 2020 CASE Awards, the association’s annual jewelry design competition. Streicker won the CASE Award in the Supplier Jewelry $5,001 to $10,000 (retail value) category.

Streicker competed among over 100 jewelers in the competition. The CASE Awards recognizes the creativity, artistry, style and excellence in jewelry design from top jewelers across the nation. All entries were evaluated by a panel of expert judges to determine a winner in each category. “Jewelers of America is honored to showcase the exceptional craftsmanship and creativity of jewelers, like Eve Streicker, whose designs demonstrate the remarkable jewelry available from JA-member stores nationwide,” says JA spokesperson, Amanda Gizzi.

Streicker won the CASE Award in the Supplier Jewelry $5,001 to $10,000 (retail value) category for an 18K recycled yellow gold green tourmaline Jungle bracelet (31.70 ct) with a matte satin finish.

Original Eve Designs is a member of Jewelers of America, the national association for fine jewelry businesses with the most reputable jewelers in the United States, who are backed by a commitment to Jewelers of America’s Code of Professional Practices. For more information, visit www.originaleve.com

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