Bling Comes to Weston: JewelArt Opens December 9 and Yes, There is a Party
Tomorrow, Friday, December 9, is the grand opening day for Weston JewelArt, a new Weston-resident-owned jewelry store located at 483 Boston Post Road (the old Weston Travel location). This puts jewelry as the third angle of the triangle of joy between Weston Table, Weston Provisions, and Weston JewelArt. In terms of Owl-level geometry class, Weston has now added a new shape to the parallelogram-ish Intersection of Doom where your newly-permitted drivers lose their minds and your car’s bumper, and the Fire Station Half Circle of Hell which is the rotation big fire trucks have to make to zip around the corner at Central Street. Hereafter, we have the Triangle of Wallet Joy where you spend all of your money and you just don’t care anymore.
Moving onwards to sparkly things, what is Weston JewelArt. Owner Joy Meng explains:
“We own A.M.G. International LLC which is a direct supplier of Ceylon gemstone jewelry. AMG is a Sri Lankan-American LLC with a valid Sri Lankan national gem & jewelry authority export license, gem mine ownership, and jewelry manufacturer factory partnership. As the founder and President of the International Sapphire Association (a NGO), our company sources natural-colored gemstones directly from Sri Lankan miners and helps to improve the quality of Sri Lankan gem miners’ life.”
In addition, and where they are clearly going to win this Owl’s heart is the news that the ISA has a mission to plant trees in the gem mining area of Sri Lanka. Trees win!
As part of the grand opening extravaganza, on Friday, December 9 from 7-9 pm, Weston JewelArt is sponsoring Weston Jewelry Art Night at the Weston Art & Innovation Center. Not only will there be local models showing off customized jewelry, but there will be food, wine, music, raffles, Indian henna art and Sri Lankan drumming. This event is free but attendance is limited so a RSVP is required. You can find out more using cool QR codes (below) or by sending an email to Joy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am not entirely sure what “full dress” means in terms of fashion but go Weston Smart (no jeans, thank you WGC) and you’ll be fine.