Grove City, PA (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
Joden World Resources, a globally renowned fine jewelry company, recently opened the virtual doors to its new Internet store, giving online jewelry shoppers everywhere quick, secure access to one-of-a-kind antique, estate and museum quality jewelry, as well as high-quality modern pieces. Owned and operated by one of the industry’s most trusted jewelers, the online store is a boon to consumers who don’t know the options, merits and value of buying exceptional jewelry with a history.
“While many people know about antique, estate or museum quality jewelry, they don’t necessarily know how to shop for it,” said Ariana Wood, head of the online division of the Grove City, PA-based Joden World Resources. “Our online store gives both new customers and seasoned jewelry connoisseurs the opportunity to do this in a unique setting that’s authoritative and accessible,”
The newly launched site brings forward the store's online strategy to create a unique, dynamic and user friendly platform. Now shoppers actually can see and understand the value of antique and vintage jewelry from eras past.
“This is jewelry you won’t find anywhere else,” Wood said. “We’ve been fortunate through our company’s 43-year history to accumulate these rare pieces. and now we want to make them available to shoppers everywhere, anywhere.”
Rare Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian period jewelry populates the online store platform, with crisp, colorful, photos that make you want to reach for them. Nearly all the pieces are true one of a kind, and can be directly purchased using an online shopping cart, Wood said. Additionally a portion of the personal collection of the owner, Joe Murawski, will be available to buy online.
“Our hope is to recreate the same high-quality, personalized shopping experience online as buyers have at our Grove City headquarters,” she said.
The distinction of Joden as an industry leader includes ownership of the nation’s largest collection of work by Carlo Giuliano (1831-1895). He was the favored jeweler to Britain’s Queen Victoria. Working in the Renaissance style, the legendary craftsman produced colorful, ornate jewelry with extensive enameling of unparalleled quality.
“We love to see our fine antique and vintage jewelry come under ownership of true antique lovers,” Wood said. “The online store gives us a way to accomplish this on a much broader scale than we’ve ever been able to do through just our bricks and mortar showroom.”