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Names For A Jewelry Business.
Posted by Anonymous on
2/10/2005 at 1:15 PM ET
Four of us are starting a jewelry business and are looking for suggestions as to what to name it.
We would like to use the word stonz in it or incorporate all our names somehow. Our names are Kristy, Edwina, Judy and Priscilla
2/10/2005 at 3:36 PM
Four Star Jewelers
Four Star Gems
Creative Masters Jewelry
PJK and Eddy's ?
2/10/2005 at 4:27 PM
"The Fab 4 Jewelers"
"The Fab 4"
"Only FOUR You"
"The 4 Stonz"
"Stonz for You"
hope that helps. btw, we would like to hear more info as said by Sheldon
2/11/2005 at 7:34 AM
I'm not sure I like "stonz". It conjures up a negative connotation (my mind went directly to "stoned", "stoner", etc. !) . However, I really like Gems or Rocks.
I would use your four names for your product lines.
How about these names for your business?
Rocks and Jewels.
Or, you could use the "customized for you" idea for a name (like Tailored jewels) or a luxurious name (like Prescious Designs).
2/11/2005 at 7:43 AM
I must tell you that STONZ leaves me with a very cheap image in my mind, now unless that's what you are looking for I would suggest that you re-visit the name. The key is to look at the naming through your customers eyes, what will turn them on and get them to want to BUY from you. My guess is that your clientele wants to feel good about wearing your jewels, therefore I would prefer that you create something aspirational. Regarding the use of your names, I would suggest that if you really need it, and then incorporate it into your logo in some way. I hope this helps you and please brainstorm some naming ideas that appeal to your target audience, Jack
2/13/2005 at 3:49 AM
Just Like You Jewlery
Pandora Jewlery Box
3/7/2005 at 7:40 PM
Only the best stonz
Bright and brillant stonz
the stonz for us
3/23/2005 at 3:37 PM
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