Edit ModuleShow Tags

Hope Goldman Meyer

Owner & Designer, Hope Goldman Meyer Fine Jewelry

cheryl gerber photographs

How did you get your start in the jewelry industry? When I was in high school, I took a jewelry making class from a very talented designer and ended up getting a job at the polishing wheel. My love of jewelry had started. After graduating college, I obtained my Gemologist degree. I came back to New Orleans and worked for an antique dealer on Royal Street before launching my own company.

What’s special about Hope Goldman Meyer Fine Jewelry? I provide a personal service for my clients, seeking out the finest jewelry at the best prices. I work with my clients in the store or by appointment. I work with their schedules at locations that are convenient.

What kind of jewelry do you provide? I handle diamond engagement rings, antique, estate and modern fine jewelry. I also design custom pieces and ensure the highest level of craftsmanship in their creation.

What pieces in the current collection are your favorites? I only buy what I love, but I would like to mention my sapphire, diamond and platinum period Art Deco ring and my deep golden color South Sea pearls.

What price points do you handle? Pieces range from a couple of thousand dollars to infinity!

What are you excited about for 2015? I am very excited to have opened up my fine jewelry salon in Empire Antiques! My inventory will be constantly changing, because I can never get the same piece twice! 
 

Hope Goldman Meyer Fine Jewelry (inside Empire Antiques), 3617 Magazine St., 957-3409, HGMJewelry.com

 

 

You Might Also Like

JLNO Loves: Fan Fanfare

Prepping For Your Tailgate

Sip’ n Shop

148 Members Begin Provisional Year with Well Wishes and Wine

Debbie in Bloom

Meet the New Bloomin’ Deals Manager

READ+SPIN

Guardian of the Groove

festive wear for festival frolicking

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Latest Posts

Food Truck Eats

Food trucks add novelty and fun-factor to wedding receptions and after parties

In Defense of Marcus Williams

A great year by the rookie safety

Ladies With Beads: Why We Must Encourage Carnival's Walking Groups

Double Vision

The history behind the traditional bridal party

Tween Tips

Ruby, 11, offers her best tips for having a fun, safe Carnival season
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags