• 1155 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC  20036
  • TEL: 202-393-2747

Our Team

Our Leadership

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Jim Rosenheim, Chairman

Jim began his career at Tiny Jewel Box at the age of 12, working by his parent's side. By the age of 18, he had become a lapidary (bench cutter) and bench jeweler, and has gone on to lead the store as its chairman.

His vision was to move Tiny Jewel Box from primarily a resource of antique jewelry to a fashion-forward store that carries the best of everything at a wide range of price points. Mr. Rosenheim, a Graduate Gemologist himself, was one of the first to bring bold, Italian jewelry to the forefront, and is credited with discovering designers from David Yurman to Alex Sepkus.

Mr. Rosenheim serves on the retail advisory panels for Vincenza Oro, Couture Jewelry show, and Centurion.

A legend in the field, Mr. Rosenheim was elected to the National Jeweler Retailer Hall of Fame in 2011 and sits on the boards of both Jewelers of America and Jewelers for Children.

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Matthew Rosenheim, President

As the man who oversees the day-to-day operations of Tiny Jewel Box as well as maintains the store's legacy, Matthew is the third generation of the Rosenheim family at Tiny Jewel Box, having joined the company in 1993.

A Graduate Gemologist, Matthew is a founding member and serves on the Executive Board for Gen-Next Jewelers, serves on the Advisory Board of the Jewelry Information Center and is a member of the Young Presidents Organization.

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Our Team

Our team of twenty-five employees has over 300 years of experience.

Our sales representatives are amongst the most knowledgeable and dedicated jewelers in Washington, each with a studied specialty from estate to bridal to watches. Each works tirelessly to ensure that every customer has an unparalleled experience when they enter our doors. Our team also consists of a full team of craftspeople, including on-site goldsmiths, gemologists, custom designers, watchmakers and apprentices.

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