In the long history of Suna Bros., we have only been closed twice for a prolonged period of time. Twice! That’s saying something for a company that’s been around since the 1930s.
We reopened in 1945 after the end of World War II. Brothers Kenneth and Joel Suna sent out an announcement card heralding the reopening of their business, which was primarily channel-set diamond bands, hallmark pieces that we continue to craft today.
And on June 8th, after 84 days of sheltering at home, we reopened our doors for the second time. This closing was also for a world war, but a very different kind. As New York City eased into reopening with its phase one stage, we were able to resume manufacturing in this new normal, wearing masks, keeping our distance, and being very careful to sanitize and keep healthy.
When you’ve seen as much as we have as a company, this is a bend in the road. Through ever-changing decades, Suna Bros. has been a constant, slowly and steadily forging onward. In fact, who we are and what we do are very much aligned. We are not trendy or cutting edge, but rather in it for the long haul. Like us, our jewelry endures, just like your favorite diamond earrings or everyday gold bracelet.
We are the real deal. We are a real family with a real legacy in fine jewelry: ethical, responsible, committed to quality, and crafted in America for over 80 years. Suna is beautiful today, tomorrow, and always.