Supplier News: Week of Dec. 16

Jewelers unBLOCKed Reboots Website With Stylish Look and Additional Services

Powerhouse proprietary insurance company Jewelers unBLOCKed relaunched its refurbished website to promote its newest services following its partnership with the Robb Report Watch Collector app. In addition to showcasing insurance for jewelry and watch collectors, the restructured website now features coverage for private collectors.

Jewelers unBLOCKed sought to improve the availability of insurance information on its website by adopting a more minimalist and accessible design for its online visitors. The site now includes tips, FAQs, exclusive deals, and videos tailored to both private collectors and the jewelry industry.

“With any endeavor in our company, our clients’ experience is absolutely always our primary concern,” said Patricia K. Low, president and CEO of Jewelers unBLOCKed, in a press release.

Decked out with feature stories, a Twitter feed, and a direct link to the Robb Report Watch Collector app, Jewelers unBLOCKed’s new website is certainly a site to behold.

See for yourself at jewelers-unblocked.com.

 

Adwar Casting Company #27 catalogAdwar Casting Company Releases Collection #27 Catalog

New York–based jewelry casters Adwar Casting Company debuted its latest assortment of designer jewelry in a new catalog, Collection #27.

Featuring designer and semi-mount engagement sets, stackable rings, earrings, earring jackets, and pendants, the collection is available in precious metals ranging from gold to palladium.

Check out the company’s creative designs at adwar.com.

Van Craeynest and ADRA Partner to Provide Clean Water for Those in Need

San Francisco jeweler Van Craeynest announced its charitable partnership with the humanitarian organization Adventist VC ADRA partner for charityDevelopment and Relief Agency (ADRA) International to improve clean water systems throughout the world. As a result, a share of all sales from Van Craeynest’s elegant, handcrafted jewelry will be donated to ADRA’s well-digging project for people whose natural water supply is lacking or unhealthy to drink.

ADRA notes that one out of every six people in the world lacks access to clean and safe drinking water. Personal experiences inspired Paul Emerson II, proprietor of Van Craeynest, to chose the company’s charity partnership.

“Our travels this past year took us to the heart of India and the mountains of Nepal and gave a new understanding of the needs of these underdeveloped countries,” he said. “It is a daunting project, providing the world with clean water. We have taken the first steps.”

To learn more about Van Craeynest visit vancraeynest.com and find facts about ADRA at adra.org.