The story begins in the heart of Europe, where the Notovich family ran a treasured jewelry store. It's here that the brothers Edward and Eugene took their first steps into the world of jewelry-making.
Growing up around the shimmering gems and gleaming metals, Edward and Eugene became apprentices to their father, honing their craft from an early age.
The family embarked on a transformative journey, immigrating to the United States, carrying with them a legacy of jewelry-making.
With their passion burning bright, the brothers earned their goldsmith degrees in the welcoming embrace of Minnesota.
The duo found themselves at Continental Diamond Jewelry Store in Minneapolis, where they continued to refine their skills and passion for the art of jewelry.
Seduced by the charm of Carlsbad, Edward and Eugene decided to make this coastal gem their home and the future home of Bravo Jewelers.
A pivotal moment in their journey, the brothers enrolled at the prestigious Gemological Institute of America (GIA), further enhancing their knowledge and craft.
Edward and Eugene embarked on a venture, offering wholesale trade services, sharing their expertise with other jewelry stores, and crafting exquisite pieces for a broader audience.
The culmination of years of dedication and a deep-rooted passion led to the birth of Bravo Jewelers. With their own store, they've created a haven for jewelry enthusiasts, offering not just extraordinary jewelry but also an unforgettable shopping experience.
Today, Bravo Jewelers stands as a beacon of excellence, a testament to the dedication, passion, and craftmanship of the Notovich brothers. Their journey is one that spans continents, generations, and a shared love for the art of jewelry-making.