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Woman-Owned, Ethically-Sourced Jewelry Store Featured On TV August 25, 2021 (0 comments)


Philadelphia, PA—Bario Neal, a woman-owned jewelry store that specializes in ethically-sourced and recycled materials, was recently featured on WPVI-TV’s "FYI Philly", the city’s ABC affiliate, in a segment dedicated to highlighting Philadelphia-area businesses.

The two have a workshop and new showroom in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia, and another outpost in lower Manhattan in New York City. The brand also is carried by Ore in Boston, Shop No. 3 in San Francisco, Asrai Garden in Chicago, and Shelter in Washington, DC.

In 2008, Anna and Page launched Bario Neal as a design-forward, women-owned and feminist company, with the shared idea that our most precious things come with a story. Drawn to the imaginative possibilities of jewelry, yet disillusioned by industry standards that turned a blind eye to metal and gemstone mining’s environmental and human tolls, the designers began to envision how to make jewelry of lasting value and ethical origins.

Today, the jeweler is a leader in ethical sourcing, progressive manufacturing, and a believe in the right to love and marry whomever and however one chooses. Each piece is designed in-house and handcrafted in its Philadelphia workshop, using reclaimed precious metals, Fairmined gold, and ethically sourced stones. Bario Neal partners with organizations to source directly from miners and can tell customers where their gemstones were mined and confirm that it's of recycled origin, says the 6-ABC TV report. Click here to watch.

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