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PHOENIX — With fall now underway, Black, Starr & Frost reported on recent media appearances and other developments for the company. As America’s First Jeweler Since 1810, Black, Starr & Frost regularly provides journalists and others with insights about the industry, as with a recent 3TV Phoenix appearance by CEO and Chairman Alfredo J. Molina covering celebrity jewelry choices for the Emmy awards. Vogue recently highlighted an emerald-cut Black, Starr & Frost engagement ring in a slide show feature, a reflection of the enduring appeal of the company’s Bridal Collection.
Other recent Black, Starr & Frost developments include a new Wikipedia page that details the long, fascinating history of the country’s oldest continuously operating jewelry store. With Black, Starr & Frost contributing to successful charity fundraising events like the American Heart Association Heart Ball, those interested in staying up to date with the company are invited to do so at and on Facebook and other social networks.
“Being a two-hundred-plus-year-old jewelry company means we’re constantly evolving and perfecting the fine jewelry experience, and we have been especially busy in recent months,” said Black, Starr & Frost representative Marguarite Clark, “It’s always a pleasure to share our passion for fine jewelry with others as we have done through a number of recent media appearances and outreach efforts. Our work online has been just as productive with our Facebook page receiving thousands of likes, and our new Wikipedia page delving into our long history about what makes Black, Starr & Frost so special today.”
Originally established in 1810 at 164 Broadway in New York City by silversmith Isaac Marquand, Black, Starr & Frost has operated continuously through changes of name, ownership and location. Over the years, the company has had many significant firsts from its 1833 creation of West Point’s first class ring to the 1860 construction of New York’s first fireproof building.
Today, Black, Starr & Frost is headquartered at 3140 East Camelback Road in Phoenix. Known for centuries for its passionate take on fine jewelry perfection, Black, Starr & Frost provides legendary service to visitors at its luxurious Biltmore neighborhood showroom.
At the same time, Black, Starr & Frost is committed to helping others share in the company’s legacy and vision of true American luxury. With a regular schedule of media appearances like the recent 3TV and Vogue features, Black, Starr & Frost spreads awareness to what the finest jewelry has to offer. Online, Black, Starr & Frost is just as accessible with a thriving community centering on the company’s active Facebook page, other social media presences and its website at blackstarrfrost.com. With many more exciting things to come for America’s First Jeweler Since 1810, fans of fine jewelry have plenty to look forward.
About Black, Starr & Frost:
Through over 200 years of continuous operation, Black, Starr & Frost has provided the best in fine jewelry and service, building a legacy of excellence that defines American luxury.