While the jewelry industry has been slowly returning to a state of normalcy throughout the US, one of those companies is California-based Happy Jewelers. The company sat down with Vents Magazine for an interview about its past, what’s next, and more.
When asked about the name and when the company started, Happy Jewelers said, “The company was established in 1973 and we opened our store, Happy Jewelers in Fullerton, CA in 2000. Jewelry makes people happy, and we want to make people happy. So, while we know Happy Jewelers can sound corny, we love it, and our customers do too. People leave our store feeling happy.”
“Our private clients wish to remain anonymous. Some of our celebrity clients include; Cody Garbrandt, Clayton Kershaw, Chase Young, Jon Pardi, Guliana Rancic, Gabourey Sidibe, Chris Lane, Lauren Lane, among others,” said the company when asked about their list of clientele.
When asked about the company’s personal favorite type of jewelry to sell as well as matching it to a specific type of customer, Happy Jewelers said, “Custom engagement rings. An engagement ring represents one of the happiest moments in a person’s life and we love working with people to design that perfect, “one of a kind” memory. Our core value is customer service and part of that experience is our specialists getting to know the customer on a more personal level. In doing so, we get to know the person by building a relationship and understanding what’s important to them, so we can help them design the perfect piece of jewelry."
When asked about the challenges of running a jewelry business, Happy Jewelers said, “A delay from a supplier. Because we source only the finest gemstones and precious metals, any delay from a supplier could potentially affect delivery to our customer. However, our team does everything in their power to ensure on-time delivery. Very short deadlines are also a challenge. It typically takes us 4-6 weeks to create a custom piece, but we do get a lot of orders where someone needs a custom piece in a week or less. Those can definitely be a challenge, but we get the job done.”
Information originally sourced from Vents Magazine.