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Go Shop Vegas: The Jeweler’s Daughter

After featuring The Jeweler’s Daughter on a TV news segment I did on buying American-made products in honor of the 4th of July, I was inspired to feature the brand and its designer, Polly Weinstein, here on my blog.

I’ve known Polly for a few years now. Not only is she an up-and-coming jewelry designer, but she also leads all marketing efforts for her family’s business The Tower of Jewels, a longtime Las Vegas jewelry retailer, freelances as a merchandiser for retailers and shopping centers, and is the backbone of an effort to inspire shopping locally through the shopping event called Neon Bazaar. At under the age of the 30, Polly is a Vegas mover and shaker destined for greatness. When you see the bold and glamorous designs she creates, you’ll understand why.

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The stunning pieces of The Jeweler’s Daughter are inspired and inspiring. They’re personal, invented from emotions, ideas, thoughts, and sights that Polly holds valuable and special. Take her Smoke and Mirrors collection, for example. You’ll find statement-making rings and necklaces inspired by iconic Las Vegas properties, such as The Riviera and Stardust. In fact, the Stardust Necklace ($600), which can be worn as a long single strand, a double strand, or a body chain, is my favorite and so popular that she can’t keep it in stock!

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But Polly doesn’t stop with her own creations. She also features estate pieces within the portfolio of her brand. These are wonderfully unique, vintage items that you just won’t find anywhere else.

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If you’re looking for authentic, imaginative, spectacular jewelry pieces that guarantee all eyes on you, then you must shop The Jeweler’s Daughter. Shop online at www.thejewelersdaughter.com or in-store at The Tower of Jewels, 896 E. Sahara in Las Vegas. If you’re lucky, Polly may even be there, and she can custom-make a piece for you if you ask her nicely.

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