Edward and Ida Snow started their jewelry store in the center of Hialeah, FL with $600, a few display cases, a small safe, and the family dining room table as the main showcase. Edward Snow, Sr. attended Bulova School of Watchmakers in New York and became a certified watchmaker in 1946. In 1961, he became a certified gemologist.
In 1984, Snow’s expanded and relocated their business to their current location in the heart of Miami Lakes on Main Street. They were the first tenants to sign a lease in the town center.
Snow’s Jewelers is best known for their campaign that offered transportation in a “Snow White Rolls Royce” to the couple who purchased their engagement ring from their store.
Snow’s Jewelers is still run today as a family owned and operated full-service jewelry store that combines a high-level expertise with a rich tradition in the Miami area.