Over the past few months, we’ve put a lot of focus into sharing our story with our readers. And that’s because we want everyone that we connect with to feel like they are part of the Manjusha Jewels Family. Whether you’re just getting acquainted with us, or are a legacy client, you are at the very core of what we value the most.
As a small, family owned business, building meaningful relationships within our local and global communities is at the very core of our values, and is what drives and allows us to share our craft with you.
We have traveled literally across the world to source materials from small, family businesses much like our own. When you see photos of our jewelry designs, the photographer might be a local college student or talented family member – and those beautiful models are likely a niece or a neighbor.
This holiday season, we wanted to find a way to continue to build on those relationships. What better way than to collaborate with other local artisans?
We’re proud to announce that Manjusha Jewels, along with six other artisans and female owned businesses, has launched our very first holiday pop-up event.
Manjusha Jewels designer, Jyotsna "Joey" Singh (Right)
Manjusha Jewels display inside of the Holiday Gift Collective Pop-up Store
The idea for Holiday Gift Collective was born from the shared values of each of the participating artisans as well as from the #shoplocal movement which encourages people to invest in their communities with the goal of strengthening the economy.
Holiday Gift Collective is a union in support of community, equality, and the environment.
We can’t wait to see you there and welcome you to the Manjusha Jewels and Holiday Gift Collective families!
And stay tuned for our December newsletter where Manjusha Jewels designer, Joey, will be talking all about her brand-new jewelry collection. Can’t wait to see it? We’ll be sharing sneak peeks on our Instagram soon!
Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday season,
The Manjusha Jewels Family
To learn more about the women behind Holiday Gift Collective, visit their sites: Anne Morrison Rabe Photography, Hofssi Chocolates, Hollie’s Homegrown, Manjusha Jewels, Planet Renu, and SIP (Seriously Imbibed Products).
Located at 3539 Plaza Way, Lafayette, CA, the pop-up will run Sunday, Nov. 1 through the end of the holiday season from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Local guest artisans will be featured on a rotating basis.
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