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Need A Name For My Jewelry Making Business Asap...
Posted by Anonymous on
6/27/2006 at 10:13 PM ET
Hi everyone, I really need a name for a small jewelry making business I started on the side.... initially as a hobby. It is sold mainly at tourism areas of Newfoundland, Canada. I would really like it to have something to do with this unique island we live on here in newfoundland or something with our culture. But I am open to anything at this point! The jewelry reaches ppl between ages 20 and 60. I'm looking for something different, classy and sophisticated.
Maybe something relating to the Ocean?... I really need help!
Looking for Name and Tagline!
6/28/2006 at 3:28 AM
Many jewellers use their name as brand like
p . c . chandra etc.. or any first name of a lady like
anjali jewellers etc. or coin a new word..or borrow
word from another language.few examples- Adorn jewellers,Status jewellers.
6/28/2006 at 8:14 AM
Here are a couple that came to mind:
trésors d'océan (Ocean Treasures in French)
belle gemme (beautiful gem)
6/28/2006 at 9:21 AM
These are more tourist-focused names:
No. One Island Jewelry
New Found Jewelry
New World Jewelry
6/28/2006 at 1:43 PM
Royal Newfoundland Jewelry
Newfoundland Seabird Jewelry
6/29/2006 at 2:18 PM
1. Newfoundland Jewellery- An adornment for people
2. Newfoundland Golden Gallery- Heritage Shops for jewellery
3. Newfoundland bijouterie - A sound of happiness
I hope this will help!
7/4/2006 at 10:00 AM
Considering your area ... how bout these.
Natural World Jewelry
Cape Spear Charms
Marble Mountain Jewelry
Jewelry of the Cape
When Beauty Meets Nature
When Nature Meets Beauty
In general, I am not sure that sophisiticated and catchy are complementing terms.
Hope this helps,
7/12/2006 at 3:39 AM
So many good names here! I'll add a few for you:
Some Hebrew words for jewels if you like:
Adie (pronounced Adee') or spell it any way you like
i hope you like them
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