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Zadok Jewelers Celebrates Holiday Season with Aprés Ski-Themed Party December 24, 2023 (0 comments)


Houston, TX--Zadok Jewelers, a family-owned luxury jewelry store, held its festive holiday celebration on November 30. The event at their 28,000-square-foot Post Oak Boulevard location embraced an Aprés Ski theme, welcoming over 300 guests.

[Image via Zadok Jewelers/Facebook]

Per a report in JHV, the Zadok family, including owners Dror and Helene Zadok, their sons Jonathan, Segev, and Gilad, along with their spouses, orchestrated this year's gathering. It marked the third consecutive year of holiday festivities since the store's March 2021 expansion to its current spacious premises.

The venue, decked in holiday and Aprés Ski-themed decor, featured live performances by Houston's Adrian Michael, a former American Idol contestant, and his band, The Greenway Band. Per the report, various appetizing hors d'oeuvres were served, including short rib sliders, roasted tomato soup with grilled cheese, and latkes accompanied by crème fraîche and caviar. Adding to the festive atmosphere, guests were treated to hot chocolate shooters with toasted marshmallows.

Throughout the evening, attendees perused Zadok's dazzling collection of fine jewelry and watches, illuminated under the store's lighting. The event also featured several bars offering a variety of specialty drinks.

The event's highlight included brand representatives from high-end jewelry names like Pomellato, Nouvel Heritage, Walter's Faith, Pasquale Bruni, and Sethi Couture. These experts were available to assist and advise guests on their selections.

The report noted that Zadok Jewelers partnered with the Houston Area Women's Center, a nonprofit organization committed to aiding survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The store contributed jewelry and watches for a raffle, with all proceeds directly supporting the Women's Center.

Learn more in the entire report in JHV.

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