Read about what types of jewelry our displays can hold.
Read about all the woods and colors we offer, and what's different about each one.
See a list of all the display styles we offer, and the base price of each.
Our displays are made with one goal in mind: to sell your beautiful jewelry! Well-displayed jewelry is sure to increase your sales and client satisfaction. While making each display, we consider spacing, surface area, backdrop, ease of transport, and durability, in order to ensure your jewelry is the star of the show, and easy to show to your clients. Our shapes and styles are each designed to draw the eye toward your sparkly beauties!
From color, to size, to shape, our displays are designed to be as customizeable as possible. We want YOU to have input and options, as you know the needs of your studio best. Almost all of our displays can be cut to varying lengths depending on your jewelry needs, and can be set in any pattern you need in order to organize and showcase your jewelry. We also offer engraving, gold fill, and other exciting customizable features.
We are committed to only using the finest of hardwoods, finishes, stains, and materials for your displays. We prioritize attention to detail, making sure every display is sanded, stained, and finished to the very best of our ability. Each display is quality-checked at every step in the process, and if anything slips through the cracks, we guarantee free repairs. See more about our business model, and repair guarantee, in the "Our Team" and "FAQ" pages.
Our scratch-proof clips come in two color options: clear and black. The black clips have a slightly looser hold than the clear, but both can securely hold a wide variety of gauges and sizes. The clips can be rotated to hold circular jewelry, curves, or barbells. We can also pair clips closer together to specifically showcase pairs of nipple jewelry!
Our holes for threadless ends are drilled directly into the wood, for a snug and flush fit. These holes hold the ends tight enough that the display can be tipped or lifted without the jewelry falling out. Threadless holes can be arranged in virtually any pattern: decorative, or neat rows and columns.
We do not currently offer threadless posts as a setting.
For threaded ends, we install 1/4” threaded posts into the wood, that hold the jewelry slightly above the display surface. We currently offer both 16g and 14g posts. Posts are held tight enough to never fall out of the display, but loose enough that they can be replaced if needed.
We can drill holes for virtually any size of single flair plugs. The holes drilled are half a millimeter larger than the plug size, to account to fluctuations in size and to prevent any plugs from becoming stuck. Design options are limited for plug displays. Contact us to further discuss your plug display needs.
Natural Walnut displays are not stained, showcasing the natural beauty of the wood. Walnut is known for having gorgeous grain patterns, including lateral stripes, circular “eyes,” and concentric waves. Color is normally a medium-to-dark brown, with the occasional light or dark streak.
Natural Maple displays are not stained, showcasing the natural beauty of the wood. Maple can vary widely in grain pattern, but most often features lateral, wavy lines. Color ranges from tan to light tan.
Black Maple displays are the best option for a uniform, smooth black display. Grain patterns are mostly hidden beneath the dye.
Black Ash displays are great if you want a black display that still showcases the features of the wood. Grain patterns show through the dye, resulting in stripes, waves, or more complex patterns on the display.
White Maple displays appear more uniform in texture than White Ash displays. The grain patterns slightly show through the dye, but are more hidden than with White Ash. This option is great for a simple, clean, smooth white display.
As Ash takes white dye slightly better than maple, White Ash displays are the “brightest” white displays we offer. Grain patterns show through the dye, revealing the natural lines and patterns of the wood. This option is great for bright white displays that still showcase the wood.
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Our Merlot dye has a deep wine color that ranges from dark maroon, with occasional flashes of red when hit with light. On Ash displays, this dye often darkens around the grain pattern, creating a gorgeous coloration.
Our hand-mixed Pastel Lavender dye can be used on an entire display, or just on the sides for an extra bit of flair. It is bright enough to draw attention, yet soft enough to not detract attention from your jewelry. On Lavender Ash displays, the wood grain patterns can be seen under the dye.