Hingham Jewelers unveils sparkling new showroom

Images courtesy of Hingham Jewellers

April 27, 2023 by Hingham Jewelers

Hingham Jewellers, the South Shore’s flagship jewelery store, unveiled its new state-of-the-art showroom this week.

The two-month renovation of the showroom coincides with the celebration of 75 years in business.

“Celebrating the company’s 75th anniversary in the same community is a privilege not many people achieve,” said Stacy Page, owner. She added, “The endless support and encouragement of our customers through good times and bad has been a major factor in our continued growth.”

The updated space features a more open floor plan, as well as an interactive design center.

Customers, on their own, can try different ring styles to find their favorite. This is an excellent first step for anyone hoping to find inspiration in a more casual setting before getting involved, or redesigning an existing piece.

“This renewal was about making sure our business is well-positioned for many more years of community service – helping local families celebrate anniversaries, birthdays and anniversaries. We are very fortunate to be a part of All these happy occasions.

The new showroom also includes a lounge and refreshment area, as well as a service center dedicated to better handling while you wait for your jewelry and watch repair services.

The newly designed VIP Suite overlooks the showroom through arched windows, providing VIP clients with space to meet in private.

The workshop has also been fully refurbished and expanded, providing a team of goldsmiths with more tools to complete jewelry repairs and custom designs on the premises.

“During COVID and since then, our custom business has exploded. We love sharing the emotional story behind every custom design we create, which really resonates with people. Jewelry is more than just getting something shiny—it’s about memories,” Michael added.

Hingham Jewelers is a third generation company founded by Angelo and Helen Manjos in 1948. Stacy Mangos Page and her husband David Page moved the business to South Hingham after a devastating fire in 1988. Their son Michael, a TV meteorologist, joined the business full time in 2020 , allowing his parents to gradually move from day-to-day work to day-to-day operations.

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