Suetables opens first Vancouver store
Canadian jewelry brand Suetables is set to open its fourth domestic retail location in Vancouver, British Columbia, this December.
Following store openings in Toronto and in Montreal, Suetables is bringing its modern crafted jewelry with unique stories to Western Canada. It opened its first retail location in 2016, primarily as a means for a space to run its online business.
All the other stores include a 'design bar', which enables customers to mix and match charms, letters and words of their choice, while trained staff can equally letter press onto sterling silver, gold vermeil or 10K gold charms.
In addition to hand stamping intentions onto pendants, Suetables also helps customers celebrate loved ones and occasions with children’s initials, names, real birthstones and milestone dates.
“We are grateful to be expanding and growing our little Canadian business during one of the world’s toughest retail periods,” said Suetables founder and head designer, Sue Henderson.
“In a world of technology, machines and mass production, we create smaller design runs and hand-stamped jewelry, in person for those who choose to visit us, working with customers to create something unique.”
Henderson founded the company in 2004 when she was looking for a personalized necklace to celebrate her own children.
“Suetables started as a basement hobby and with a lot of love and hard work it has grown into what it is today. We are grateful for our communities and team. We are excited to bring this to Vancouver. Now more than ever - people are looking for meaningful ways to mark moments. The west coast has always beckoned - my father was born in Vancouver and grandfather lived in Vancouver once upon a time.”
The brand received international attention after being worn by Meghan Markle in 2019 and again in the spring of 2020.
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