Marrin Costello Jewelry opens first flagship store in Palma Ceia

Marrin Costello, founder of Marrin Costello Jewelry, will open the brand’s first brick-and-mortar location, in Tampa’s Palma Ceia neighborhood.

Found in more than 300 boutiques worldwide, Marrin Costello Jewelry is a women-owned and operated brand.

Marrin Costello Jewelry doesn’t tarnish and is hypoallergenic and waterproof. The brand also launched a sustainability initiative in which, for every piece of jewelry sold, a tree is planted. More than 12,000 trees have been planted in the few months that the initiative began.

Marrin Costello Jewelry was established in Los Angeles but is now headquartered in Tampa.

The Marrin Costello Jewelry flagship store opens at 3104 W Palmira Ave, Tampa, on Wednesday, October 4.

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