A Magical Tale of Two Stores

Once upon a time, there were two jewelry stores that looked entirely different and worked very much alike. The time is now. One store is a six-story cornucopia bursting with jewels, soaps, scarves, ties, handbags, furniture and objets d’arts; the other is a tiny, soothing space where jewelry and display are broken down to the purest elements of form and function. When The Tiny Jewel Box in Washington, D.C. moved into the former Elizabeth Arden building on Constitution Avenue, owner James Rosenheim went from a jeweler specializing in fine antique and contemporary jewelry to an opulent “minispecialty-department” store. He travels the world tracking down the most distinctive goods he can find. Linde Meyer Gold + Silver embodies the owner’s vision to offer distinctive contemporary jewelry to Philadelphia’s notoriously conservative marketplace. The space allows nothing – not

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