By Andrea Alli
If you own necklaces and bracelets, which you store in jewellery boxes (no doubt with difficulty), you are probably wondering what in the world efficient is doing in the title of this article – and you would be right. But have you ever wondered why a jeweller’s necklaces and bracelets never get tangled in spite of the usually large quantity they carry? Why everything is always neatly organised and well presented?
Our study of 100 jewellers reveal a glaring fact missing from the way we, the jewellery consumers store our jewellery. Besides the obvious fact that a jeweller has far more space to display their jewellery than the consumer, they use jewellery organising products designed specifically to separate each jewellery item from the next so tangling is prevented. Some of such items are those used for the display of earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets.
We found that jewellers’ display products have 2 things in common;
1. They are designed specifically for storage of only one jewellery type
2. They provide the structure to separate each jewellery item from the other
It was therefore not difficult to conclude that the solution to efficient jewellery organisation is to separate jewellery types from one another and provide the structure to separate each jewellery item from the next!
Looking at standard jewellery boxes, we found none provided either of these benefits hence the reason your jewellery end up tangled in your jewellery box.
We also found a third problem – individuality which makes efficient jewellery organising difficult. Everyone’s jewellery collection is different: while some may have a preference for large chunky bangles, others prefer small discrete chains, some may have a thing for rings while others adore long, dangly earrings. All these define your unique jewellery collection. The problem is that standard jewellery boxes are designed for a specific jewellery collection that ultimately match the collection of only a few people, so finding a jewellery box that fits your own collection is near-impossible.
The trouble is, we all get too embroiled in what our jewellery boxes look like than what it is supposed to do. Buying a jewellery box purely on its look and price is a mistake and you may soon start to feel resentment towards it upon realisation that it is no more than just a box.
It is fairly easy to avoid this mistake if you make the function a firm determining factor when choosing your next jewellery box. You will find available on the internet, innovative jewellery boxes that provide you with the essential looks and function that your jewellery deserve while providing you the opportunity to create a customised jewellery box perfect for your own jewellery. These clever jewellery boxes even come in a variety of sizes and materials to suit your taste and budget.
Whether you choose large leather jewellery boxes, small wooden jewellery boxes, jewellery armoires, jewellery cabinets, the most important thing is to ensure your next jewellery box serves their single purpose – organise your jewellery efficiently!
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