Tiny Jewel Box To Add Rahaminov Boutique
The new space will house the largest selection of the brand’s diamond jewelry in one place.
The 200-square-foot space will house the largest selection of Rahaminov diamond jewelry available in one location, the independent jeweler said.
The Los Angeles-based jewelry brand is known for its unique diamond cuts, highlighting white and fancy colored diamonds in platinum and 18-karat gold settings.
The diamond inspires the design, according to the brand’s motto, with each diamond cut based on its features, making every piece one-of-a-kind.
The boutique’s offerings include the Flower Collection and the Movál Collection, which features a modified, elongated oval diamond, similar to a marquise cut but with the curves of an oval.
Rahaminov’s jewels have been on the red carpet many times, worn by Serena Williams, Allison Janney, Amanda Seyfried, Regina King, and other celebrities over the years.
The jewelry brand and the jeweler share a special connection, as they are both third-generation, family-owned businesses.
“Not only are we delighted to soon offer a more extensive range of Rahaminov’s brilliant, rare cut diamonds and diamond jewelry to our loyal clients, but we do not hold a designer’s trust of this magnitude in us lightly and are truly bursting with gratitude,” said Tiny Jewel Box President Matthew Rosenheim in a press statement about the boutique.
The retailer has been revamping its offerings, including expanded Patek Philippe and Rolex showrooms.
The Rahaminov boutique is set to open sometime between late September and early October.
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