Summerville jeweler elected to state association

  • Thursday, May 15, 2014

Provided Kim Colucci Lizzi


The South Carolina Jewelers Association has announced the election of Kim Colucci Lizzi to its board of directors.

The announcement was made at the association’s annual meeting in Myrtle Beach.

Lizzi opened Kim’s Fine jewelry in Summerville in October 2012. She grew up in the jewelry business. Her father, Ivo Colucci, has owned and operated a family jewelry business in Charleston since 1975. Lizzi wanted her store to be a friendly local place that customers could trust.

“We carry something for everyone,” she said. “I have all of the current jewelry fashions and we custom make many pieces. Being from Summerville, I have the privilege of serving not only my loyal customers, but now I am helping their children find the perfect engagement rings and jewelry gifts.”

Kim’s Fine Jewelry has been voted the number one jewelry store in Summerville two years in a row. Lizzi feels blessed to win such an accolade.

“I am looking forward to many successful years of business here in Summerville,” she said.


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