by Barbara Crider.
After perusing your pages for two weeks, I got an idea for a display I needed to make. The woman who does my hair offered to put a display of my jewelry in her shop.
She wanted a display that would make women who came into the shop say, “ooh, what’s that?”
There had been a traditional display in the shop before that did not sell any jewelry, so the shop owner’s directions were pretty explicit.
So I took an old kidney-shaped table, stapled some sparkly material to it in gathers to make a skirt, glued shells to an old window I had, to use as hooks, mounted a string of lights on the back, and set up this display, with old bottles and shells on the tabletop for display as well.
The fringed cloth is an old shawl draped over the top of the table. The large conch shell can hold five pairs of earrings!
I consider this a win-win situation. My friend now has a pretty addition to her shop and I have a jewelry display that is selling already.
The display was up for one day and sold two pieces of jewelry.
I don’t think I would have been able to do this without looking at all the ideas on your page. I am truly grateful.
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Beautiful Jewelry Display, Fast Results!
Thank you so much for your kind words, Barb! :o)
It’s wonderful to hear the fantastic fast results your beauty-shop jewelry display is having.
I like the “vanity table” look you’ve given it, and using shells as hooks plus the large conch shell for earrings is an awesome touch.
It’s all so nicely done, and I can see why it’s attracting so much positive attention.
Thank you for sharing your great display idea here, Barb!
And thanks to all the other jewelry artists, whose generously shared ideas here inspired Barb to create her display.
Very pretty, just like the lady who creates the jewelry!
This is awesome and the display looks great 🙂 Good Luck Love ya
by: cathy s.
this is too cute. what a wonderful display.will give women a great idea how to have this in their bathrooms or dressing rooms. way to go barb!!
This ie s so creative and beautiful. Glad i had a chance to see it since i cannot see it in person.
A very nice display but may I suggest that you add a small mirror on a stand, and a small vanity stool in front of the table? Just think how much you could sell with an inviting place for a lady to sit and look at the jewelry as she tries it on? Add a small bowl of candy kisses there as well.
by: Lisa Liguori
This really got my attention! I am needing a display for my Drs. office, who wants to display my jewelry in her office. Now I have inspiration. Thanks!
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by: Rita J.
Good for you, you go girl! A great example for all.
/By Gods Grace Hand-Crafted Jewelry Display
What a pretty pretty idea!
Would you you mind if I bought some sparkly fabric to use as a table drape at my next show?
Use of Sparkly Material at next show
Yes! Please feel free to use my idea. I got my material at Walmart, lol.
Thank you all for your kind comments!
I, too, display my jewelry in a hair salon. From experience, be careful with your products and the humidity and chemicals in the salon. It can cause pieces to turn or tarnish very quickly. We have since changed to having items in clear bags displayed on a decorated board. They can easily be seen but also protected.
Yes, Melissa, the owner of the salon and I
wondered how badly the sprays and chemicals wo would affect the jewelry. There are only 2
stylists and it is a fairly large space and the ceilings are very high, so I was hoping they wo wouldn’t be too affected. I also thought I
could change them out every two weeks or so.
I guess I’ll find out, but thanks again for the warning!!
Beauty Shop Jewelry Display
by: Tricia – Bead Booty
What a fabulous idea! Thank you so much for sharing. I might have to give some thought to trying that out myself.
What a wonderful display, Barbara, and congrats for the quick response/sales you have received because of it!
I also think Jean’s suggestions are excellent – except I would probably go with a dish of mints or butterscotch disks instead of the kisses. I just think that chocolate residue on your customers’ fingers might dull the shine on your jewelry and require more frequent polishing. They cost less too, which is also a plus. 🙂