Ahead of the launch of its new Custom Permanent Bond Bracelet, The Watchmaker’s Daughter is making public Four as yet unreleased facts about Forever Bracelets set to go live February 2023, which fans and consumers within the Custom Artistic Jewelry space will find interesting…
The four items include nuggets such as how:
The idea for creating Forever Bracelets came about after many customers asked for something new and unique to commemorate a relationship with someone special. Mothers and daughters were looking for a way to celebrate their bond. Best friends wanted to celebrate their lifelong friendship. Spouses and couples wanted to symbolize their forever relationship. The art-inspired jewelers looked at bracelets and used custom-curated charms and links to bond the bracelets permanently, creating a forever bracelet that is unique, personal to the wearers, and timeless.
The jeweler looked into different materials, charms, links, and bonds and had a team of 3 artisan jewelers working on it, which is considered large by industry standards. This goes to show a group of jewelers with a passion for art can bring something completely new, fresh, and meaningful to the market.
The Custom Permanent Bond Bracelet almost didn’t see the light of day when people got the impression forever bracelets were somehow welded to the wearer and impossible to remove. The problem was overcome by educating people that a permanent bond bracelet is bound with a secure clasp charm, link, or embellishment that can be removed easily with wire snips.
The Watchmaker’s Daughter has done something different compared to other businesses in the Custom Artistic Jewelry space by hosting limited-time pop-up shops in local communities.
Forever Bracelets will be released as part of The Watchmaker’s Daughter’s greater plans to bring to life a complete line of custom-crafted and curated jewelry that can be tailored to the unique style of the wearer. It’s hoped mid-2023 will achieve this goal.
The Watchmaker’s Daughter started when Founder Karen Staub noticed a growing need for a jewelry shop that caters to the uniqueness of the individual and not a corporate franchise style offering all the same looks. With decades prior experience in the Custom Artistic Jewelry world, Karen Staub decided to go ahead and start in 1945.
Karen Staub says: “We like to do things to connect with our consumers and customers. Things like sharing custom creations on social media and releasing these little factoids ahead of the Forever Bracelets launch are what make a difference.”
Forever Bracelets’ next pop-up show is set to launch in February 2023 and is available any time at the store. To find out more, visit https://www.watchmakersdaughter.net/whatispermanentjewelry
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