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The Business Of Jewelry In Ohio


Now here is probably one very familiar sight for any young woman or girl in any industrially civilized society around the world: a mall.  To be specific in this case, the Eastwood Mall in Niles, Ohio.  Nice to see that even during some of the inclement weather (which anyone living in the northern parts of the United States along the Canadian border is sure to be begrudgingly familiar with) that the snow plows are sure to jump on the opportunity to clear the roads and keep businesses open and operating properly.  As oddly pragmatic as it may be, the revenue produced from the spending in shopping malls around the world (which is often higher than that of men, especially in those places where women are not treated like third class citizens) really does pump through the economies of their governments, working quite like the life blood of public services and the general efficiency of the country. Jewelry has been used for an unlimited amount of reasons throughout the centuries. In some times they may have signified a coming of age ritual.


Here’s one of the finest examples of why young ladies flock to the malls: jewelry.  And this is a pretty nice pendant right here isn’t it?  It’s just a guess but I think that the way the shades of blue blend and blur between each other in such a natural way when hit by the light is likely to be one of the finer draws of this piece.  Although personally blue is my favorite color, I do have to note that the metalworking used to encase the jewel is aesthetically pleasing even if it is not mathematically perfectly symmetrical. The most popular types of beads is also use in jewelry to make the jewelry more attractive.Jewellery marketplace aims to launch the Jumkey Girl phenomenon.

Ohio is an especially noteworthy jewelry business because some of the biggest names in the jewelry business are headquartered in the state.  With the conglomerate style approach to business with multiple chains of jewelry stores being run under one company’s banner, you can see well over 1,500 stores out of the entire United States being operated out of here.   This spells as quite an interesting piece of information, especially for the locals who are sure to be looking to get a nice sale or perhaps, even better yet, an employee discount!

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First image credit: Nicholas Eckhart.

Second image credit: Dave Ungar.