CCS Students Win Jewelry Design Contest
Three CCS students are winners in the 2nd annual Ellis Jewelers Jewelry Design Contest.
Tommy Molter - Pitts School Road Elementary
Pendant with the word "inspire" underneath a blue diamond ribbon designed to inspire awareness about Tourette Syndrome
Stephan Dimusto - Hickory Ridge Middle School
Emerald pendant in the shape of a sea turtle
Jordan Mesimer - Northwest Cabarrus High School
3-dimensional reindeer pendant complete with a garnet birthstone entwined in the antlers
Dan Levinson, owner of Ellis Jewelers, is taking Tommy's design one step further. Levinson will be recasting Tommy's pendant design in sterling silver and selling it to the public. A portion of the sales will then be donated to the Tourette Syndrome community to helpTommy continue to raise awareness.
Ellis Jewelers is located at 29 Union Street South in historic downtown Concord. Locally owned and operated, Ellis Jewelers has been a fixture in downtown Concord for over 50 years. Offering a large selection of engagement and wedding rings to loose diamonds, Ellis Jewelers also creates exclusive custom designs, repairs jewelry, and in addition, buys gold, silver, precious diamonds, unique estate jewelry and rare coins.