Most beloved, Tiny Jewel Box of Washington Now in city’s Northwest walkway

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Tiny, one of the oldest and most renowned fine jewelry store of the Washington, D.C. Tiny Jewel Box celebrated its new expansion on 3rd December 2015 with a grand opening of the expanded space on the lively corner of Connecticut Avenue & M Street. The corner presence helps the company to vendible the brands appropriately.  

Acquired splashy corner spac, by the Tiny Jewel Box, fetch them fruitful results. Co-owner Matthew says the prodigious corner presence gives them a chance to merchandise their brands the way they liked to serve. The best thing happened to them is they are not tiny anymore, their expansion on the active corners of Connecticut Avenue and M Street in the city makes them what they wanted to be for last 20 years. The business was first launched in 1930 with a 100-square-foot antique jewelry store by Roz and Monte Rosenheim. They have ensconced in a six-storey edifice in which they are functioning from the first three bases for the last 20 years. The third generation jeweler, Matthew Rosenheim says that they are happy with the expansion, but also knows that it won’t be sustainable for them in the time to come. After prolonged negotiations, they up through the wall to construct 8,000-square-foot one level store sprawling with 200 feet of window frontage. The old building, which Tiny Jewel Box owns, has been changed into a bridal jewelry salon and offices. Straight off they possess an incredible corner presence where they can features prominent displays for brands such as Rolex and Cartier, David Yurman along with Alex Sepkus and Marco Bicego, also now the new bridal collection will get more space.

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