Hailing from Mexico's silverworking heartland near Taxco, owner Maria Alberta of Maola's Silver Imports selects craftsman-quality jewelry and adornments with a professional eye and personal passion. The store sparkles with the twinkling glow of ornaments made from shiny sterling silver and semiprecious stones and gems. Necks are artfully bedecked with one of Maola’s glimmery necklaces ($75–$500), and rings ($14–$700) grace digits with beautiful circles that, like shimmies up an ouroboros, literally never end. Cuff links ($75+) and money clips ($45–$95) make themselves useful with fashionable flair, and picture lockets ($15–$58) are ideal for carrying miniature portraits of loved ones or expansive panoramas of the inside of a locket.
The key to Zazzle.com’s success isn’t a 3,000-strong stock of T-shirts, phone cases, and accessories—it’s the fact that customers can express themselves on products before they're printed and shipped, generally within 24 hours. The website’s user-friendly design interface allows customers to affix their favorite pictures to messenger bags, scrawl personalized messages on coffee mugs, or insert their favorite movie character into family portraits. Zazzle.com also showcases designs from creative customers around the globe and big names such as Disney, Marvel, and The Who. Each product is made to order and bears a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Drawing inspiration from bygone years as well as current trends, 1928 Jewelry Company's designers craft chic, vintage-inspired baubles that have been featured in Elle Girl, InStyle, and other publications. Shoppers can peruse elegant earrings, necklaces, and bracelets or opt to personalize custom photo jewelry with meaningful snapshots. Cufflinks and tie clips add sophisticated accents to men's wardrobes.
For the CEO of Daniel's Jewelers, helping people realize their sparkling and diamond-studded dreams is more than a business—it's a family legacy. In 1948, his grandparents mortgaged their home in order to open a small jewelry store in Bell Gardens, California. His grandmother managed the details of their office and family life while his grandfather sold jewelry, gifts, and socket-wrench sets, creating an in-store credit system that allowed customers to conveniently pay for their purchases. His father and uncle joined the ranks after college and expanded the company from the original storefront.
What began as a glimmer in the eye of Helene and Joe Sherwood has blossomed into a leading jewelry establishment that spans 61 locations throughout central and southern California. The Sherwoods and their employees still strive to treat their customers as family, and they still offer credit options for a variety of budgets. In addition to stunning gold and silver pieces, they showcase design-your-own wedding and anniversary bands and offer a full-range of jewelry repair, including clasps and re-sizing. The diamond rings in their exclusive Love Song collection are embedded with a pink diamond, and come in a music box that, when opened, plays either Debussy's famous Clair de Lune or the Alvin and the Chipmunks singing "The Song That Never Ends."
we carry clothing of all kinds. We are constantly updating our inventory to bring you the newest styles, and colors. We work directly with Importers in the industry, so that we can provide our customers with the newest fashions at the lowest prices available.
DanceGardenLA was created by Zahra Zuhair and Jenna, who have been belly-dancing since childhood and have travelled the world accumulating impressive professional credits. Zuhair has trained in traditional folk and Eastern styles—including Lebanese, Turkish, Moroccan, and Tunisian—but her specialty is Egyptian belly dance, which she has studied with some of the top teachers in Cairo. She has also been featured on the cover of Zaghareet! magazine and has written, directed, and choreographed productions as the artistic director of the Ghazella Dance Company and Po Na Na Dance Theatre. Jenna acted as a goddess bellydance instructor on an episode of Sex and the City, and made appearances on The Tyra Banks Show and the Food Network program Aarti Party. She has also starred in several bestselling belly dance-instruction DVDs.
Thanks to their more than 50 years of combined teaching experience and a talented team of award-winning instructors, the studio was named the Best Place to Learn the Art of Bellydancing in 2012 by LA Weekly. The site recommended instructor Princess Farhana's "witty repartee (and Hollywood rock-scene anecdotes)," and described the predominantly female atmosphere as "always encouraging, never intimidating." The crew teaches classes including classic, Bollywood and Tribal Style bellydance.