“I have an office rather than a retail store so my overhead is minimal,” explains Wolfson. “My business is 100 percent referral-based, so customer satisfaction is paramount.”
Wolfson says flexibility has been a key to her success in the jewelry industry. “I buy gold, take items in trade, redesign customer’s jewelry, reset diamonds and do repairs,” she says. She also provides free insurance appraisals and will meet clients at their home or office (from Pinecrest to Palm Beach).
In celebration of Valentines Day, Wolfson will hold a drawing to give away a bottle of 2002 Dom Perignon; and is taking registrations for a Balthazar (12 liter) bottle of Laurent-Perrier champagne to be given away for Mother’s Day. No purchase necessary to register or win.
For appointments, call 305-785-3308 or visit www.wolfsonandcompany.com.
- The 16th annual Miami Jewish Film Festival , through Feb. 4, offers a diverse line-up of films including The Last Flight of Petr Ginz (executive producer is Miami Beach attorney Steve Cypen). For complete schedule, visit www.miamijewishfilmfestival.com or for tickets call 1-888-585 FILM.
- The Miami Beach JCC and WIZO will co-host a singles event (ages 40’s, 50’s and 60’s) on Jan. 29 (7–9:30 pm) featuring Steve Fox, author of How to Succeed in Dating without Really Trying. Suggested $10 donation. RSVP to Karen@mbjcc.org or 305-534-3206.
- Design & Architecture Senior High (DASH) PTSA hosts its 5th annual Taste of Design on Feb. 1, 7-11 pm at The Moore Building, 4040 NE 2nd Ave. in Miami. The event features epicurean delights from top area restaurants plus fashion, art, music and a silent auction. For tickets ($100 each), email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 305-857-5065 or at the door.