3 Mistakes Everyone Makes with Jewelry Display Cases

Mistakes Everyone Makes with Jewelry Display Cases

A perfect display arrangement. Simple and sleek
Here is a great example of a simple and sleek display!

Jewelry display cases are a great way to highlight your favorite jewelry in your collection, but there are many rookie mistakes that most everyone makes when it comes to their jewelry display cases. Let’s take a look at 3 mistakes you definitely want to avoid with your own jewelry displays.

Mistake #1: Buying the wrong kind of display case

A ring show tray is a perfect way of displaying wedding bands. The tray should ADD not DISTRACT!

There are many different types of jewelry displays and many of them are designed with specific jewelry (such as necklaces, rings, bracelets, and earrings) in mind. Some displays are meant to hold more than one type of jewelry, while others are designed to showcase just one type. Make sure you are buying the right type of displays for the jewelry you want to showcase!

Mistake #2: Not rotating out their collection

Vary your supplies by pairing unique pieces together. Too much of a good thing can convey a lack of variety.

Far too many people simply put some jewelry on their display stands and never change things up; however, rotating your collection onto your jewelry displays is a great way to highlight all of your favorite jewelry instead of just one thing. In addition, rotating jewelry on display can make it more likely that you’ll wear it instead of leaving it to gather dust in a drawer somewhere.

Mistake #3: Overcrowding their jewelry displays

It can be hard for a customer to navigate your jewelry, if there’s a high clumping of interest.

One of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to jewelry display cases is overcrowding their displays. You don’t need to have everything on display all at once, and it’s better to have a handful of items that can be spaced out in an aesthetically pleasing way than to cram a bunch of jewelry onto a single display. Overcrowding looks messy, unappealing and can even result in problems such as tangled bracelets or necklaces or even scratched gemstones if you’re not careful. Remember: less is more when it comes to your jewelry display cases.