This journey began by selling beads, wool creations and accessories out of a small store. In the next few years we gravitated more and more towards a full-time focus on jewelry. With this shift in focus, it was decided that the time had come to bring a breath of fresh new air. The next door premise got combined with ours and together with some remodeling, ‘Isis Jewelry’ as we know it today was born.
With a more dedicated look towards gold, silver and various precious and semi-precious stones, our place of work couldn’t be left behind, so we decided to renovate in 2019. With yet again new ideas in mind, the future will have more surprises in stock.
Isis Jewelry stands for honesty in the way we treat our customers together with originality, class and quality in our design choices. Our jewelry is chosen with the utmost care and expertise. By working together with artisans and small businesses, on a local and international level, we are able to provide a great variety in our selection and the different styles that we offer.
We believe that there should be no difference between the piece of jewelry you choose for a special occasion, and what you wear regularly. Aiming to find that perfect blend of elegance, sophistication, simplicity and grace is what motivates us. This is why we take our time, to make sure that you find exactly what you are looking for.
Interiordesigner Danny Venlet.
“I have always been drawn to ancient cultures, especially the egyptians. That’s how I came up with the name of the store. Isis is the goddess of love, fertility, wholeness and protection. I find that life and love are two concepts that constantly embrace each other. That’s why I believe you need not only do what you love, but also do it with love.”
“Early on I took an interest in jewelry, and design. As soon as I was old enough, I wanted to help mom in her store. Then having studied photography and becoming a goldsmith, it felt right to join. I feel like I bring a fresh perspective that focuses on a younger clientele and the online presence of the store. Together, we form a generational power house.”