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Third-Generation Luxury Jeweler Ammrada Opens its Doors in Miami Beach

The company offers high-end jewelry options to customers.

Ammrada, a top-of-the-line jewelry brand that provides consumers with unique pieces and experiences, recently opened a pop-up location at The Goodtime Hotel inside The Vault store at 601 Washington Ave. in Miami Beach. The brand is committed to providing high-quality prestige jewelry and focuses on timeless, practical designs and exquisite craftsmanship to help balance everyday glamour and aspirational luxury.

Some beautifully mounted pieces available at Ammrada include the Cluster Topaz Earrings, Crosswave Earrings, Link Bracelet, Heart Shaped Diamond Studs, Pink Spinel Ring, and many more. Customers can also shop for these exquisite pieces online at the official website, Ammrada.com, which launched in March. Prices for these pieces range from $5,000 to $250,000.

The founder and creative director, Ron Arbusman, has extensive experience working with Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co., Graff, and Cartier over the last decade. He was instrumental in providing top stores in the U.S. with access to high-quality products. When the COVID pandemic hit, he recognized a gap in the market and saw an opportunity to pursue his passion for high-end jewelry design, ultimately leading to the creation of Ammrada.

Sophisticated jewelry design and quality are deeply rooted in Arbusman’s DNA. He inherited his career path from his father and grandfather, although he attributes his passion for design to his mother. According to Arbusman, his mother started in jewelry design by sketching out pieces, which were then imported from Italy and adorned with his father’s diamonds.

“Ammrada has a commitment to excellence and heritage,” Arbusman says. “To be iconic and leave a legacy. We create modern heirlooms,” said Arbusman, a third-generation diamond purveyor. “Our collections epitomize the balance of everyday glamor and aspirational luxury. Ammrada is alluring and engaging, sleek and stylish without generational limitations.”

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