by Tony Kadysewski.
Retail necklace displays can be great inspiration for ways to showcase your handmade necklace inventory.
In Nine Necklace Fixturings Compared, Tony Kadysewski reviews a variety of display solutions he’s found in stores, comparing card type, fixture type, and necklace presentation spread.
His post covers the four necklace fixtures shown above (clockwise from upper left) – Twin-Arm Jewelry Faceouts, Plug ‘N Play Jewelry Display, Neck-Like Necklace Hook, and Twin Hooks on Vivid Red.
He also discusses five more hanging necklace display ideas.
Tony Kadysewski documents interesting product displays he finds in shops and other retail settings – including a variety of jewelry merchandising solutions.
Necklace display fixtures
Thanks so much for sharing your research and photos of retail store necklace displays, Tony! It’s amazing what a difference the hook / hanger style can make in the overall visual effect.
Although red isn’t my favorite color, I loved the red background in the “Twin Hooks on Vivid Red” example. Great use of color, and an eye-catching way to create a really customized look from standard fixtures.
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by: Tony Kadysewski
It was good to share coverage of Jewelry Fixturing in retail with your site. Thanks in particular for allowing me to echo and quote one of your unique posts. You are permanently on my Links Page and I will be sure to refer my readers to you as a source of ideas beyond what I am able to document in the field myself.
Thanks for your market research
I didn’t like the red background at all. I found all those hanging chains to be messy and indistinguishable. The display I liked the best was the gold background on the upper right and I believe part of that probably was that it allowed the individual pieces of jewelry to stand out. Also the lighted background was very helpful, and that is hard to pull off in a booth situation. Thanks for setting this up.