Posts Tagged ‘jewelry’

BOHINDI Boutique Offers Unique Jewelry and Lifestyle Accessories

BOHINDI Boutique Offers Unique Jewelry and Lifestyle Accessories
Jewelry and lifestyle boutique, BOHINDI quietly opened up shop in Upper Arlington at 2134 Arlington Ave. in October. Owner Jamie Riley is featuring her personal jewelry designs along with other accessories and lifestyle items that invoke a bohemian and carefree style. BOHINDI carries jewelry, incense,...
January 9th, 2014 | Business Profiles | Read More

New Shops Bring Life to Downtown Pickerington

New Shops Bring Life to Downtown Pickerington
Two unique stores have found a home in downtown Pickerington. Husband-and-wife team Jason and Jennifer Diehl opened the Ritzy Rose and Vintage Diehls in August of 2013. The shop is one-half Ritzy Rose and one-half Vintage Diehls. When the couple saw the storefront’s dual-door nature, they knew...
December 9th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

soHza Connects Women Across the World

soHza Connects Women Across the World
Helping women across the world is at the heart of a new local business. soHza connects women in developing countries to local women in need through handmade jewelry. soHza founders Cassi Baker and sisters Vicki Miller, Debbie Lupariello and Melissa Henry, find fair-trade accessories crafted by women’s...
October 8th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

At Work: A look at Sweet Stella Designs’ studio space

At Work: A look at Sweet Stella Designs’ studio space
Amy Neiwirth is having a great year. She recently moved into a new apartment, which allowed her to bring her jewelry and art studio back into her home, she sold nearly 500 pieces of jewelry in 2011, and she’s gotten lots of publicity− most notably, a mention in The Official Bicentennial Guide...
February 15th, 2012 | At Work | Read More

At Work: Anne Holman’s light and airy space for designing her jewelry

At Work: Anne Holman’s light and airy space for designing her jewelry
Anne Holman’s bright and spacious studio would be a wonderful space to create things. She found the 1,700-square-foot space in The Millworks Building about a year ago and loved it the second she saw it. The huge windows that provide natural light, the beautiful floors, and the fact that the inside...
August 15th, 2011 | At Work | Read More

Collier West relocating after six years in the Short North

Collier West relocating after six years in the Short North
In 2005, Collier West opened for business in the Short North. Six years later, the boutique −known for one-of-a-kind objets from around the globe− is moving from its current home at 787 N. High St. to Brooklyn, New York. Favorable coverage in the New York Times and Lucky magazine nudged Collier West’s...
July 7th, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More