Richmond Business Alliance networking event this Thursday at Adolf Jewelers
Join the Richmond Business Alliance and Adolf Jewelers for a night of food, friends and networking!
Preview some of famed LGBTQ jewelry designer Rony Tennenbaum‘s latest collections, shop for the holidays and be ready for a fantastic time!
Adolf Jewelers is a significant partner to the LGBT community and continuously supports LGBT businesses.
Thinking of getting that special someone a little jewelry for the holidays? This is the perfect occasion to get an intimate look at all of their product lines.
Enjoy an exclusive meet & greet with Rony Tennenbaum, lead designer of the fabulous Tennenbaum Collection.
A bit more about Rony (in his own words) from his website:
I have been in the jewelry industry over 25 years and a gay man all my life. The one thing I can honestly say is I know both worlds pretty well, and know how to combine the two perfectly.
My husband and I have been together 20 years this Fall, and have been wearing rings I created most of that time. Over the years I have enjoyed making rings for friends and family just as much as I have enjoyed teaching them about the dazzling world of diamonds or trendy world of fashion. When my passion for fashion and my desire to design fine jewelry finally got the better of me, I decided it was time for me to design my own jewelry line. Like everything else I strive for, I wanted my jewelry to be something special and unique.
With marriage equality knocking on the nation’s doorstep, I felt an obligation to my peers and couples who would like to tie the knot but can’t, to design a line that is relevant to them yet speaks to who I am as a person and what I believe inside to be a natural right. My line comes from who I am and the things I wish human beings feel towards one another: beauty, tolerance and above all pride.
Join Ronny and the RBA this Thursday, November 19th – 6pm -8pm at Adolph Jewelers – 1537 Parham Rd, Ridge Shopping Center, Richmond, VA 23229
Free for Members. $10.00 for Non-Members. Find out more through the RBA website here
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