Japanese Lamp as Jewelry Display
by Karen Kelsky.
(Eugene, Oregon, USA)
My jewelry business, Paper Demon Jewelry, is devoted to Japan-inspired paper and wire jewelry.
I am always looking for ways to make my displays evoke Japan without overwhelming the jewelry.
Recently, I bought some Japanese matchstick bamboo lamps from Overstock.com. They cost about the same as a standard earring display, but they are SO much more stylish and modern!
I have only a few earrings on them now as I plan to use it as a samples display for local stores.
But for markets, I’ll fill all 4 sides in and put it on a lazy susan base from the hardware store.
I love this!
Not only is it a pretty and functional display – but it’s also awesome for your Japanese theme, Karen!
It could even be painted or stained if desired.
A great find and inspiration! Thanks so much for sharing it with us.
by: Sam Ryder
This is perfect, Karen. I love the clean lines and the symmetry, and the way it ties in to the theme of your shop. Congratulations for “thinking outside of the box”, as it were!
by: Paper Demon
Thanks Rena and Sam! I will let you know how it works when I unveil it at market next week! Karen
Unique Earring Display
by: Tricia – Bead Booty
This is a fabulous earring display idea! As you said, it doesn’t overwhelm your earrings but rather emphasizes their beauty. Perfect!
The complete display using the lamps
by: Paper Demon
I set up my display for a market tomorrow. It’s a small space so I’m using 3 lamps as jewelry displays, and I laid the fourth lamp on its side for vertical height. The cool thing is, I can actually put light bulbs in to the one on its side, and give my display a soft light at night.
Here is the link to the photo: http://i750.photobucket.com/albums/xx141/paperdemonjewelry/smallmarketdisplay001-1.jpg