High-end jeweler moving to Andover

Courtesy imageRiverbend Mill has a new tenant, a jewelry manufacturing company.

A jewelry manufacturing company will soon be moving into the RiverBend Mill at Dundee Park.

Melanie Casey, who currently has a studio in North Andover, has signed a deal to move into the renovated mill on the Shawsheen River, according to a press release from Ozzy Properties, which owns the property.

All production of what is deemed a high-end jeweler will be handled in-house in the new studio in Andover by a team of master goldsmiths to ensure that each design is carefully executed from start to finish, the press release said.

Casey said she was excited to make the move.

“My team is very excited to move to a studio with so much natural light," she said. "We make our entire line in-house and plan to move all of our manufacturing and operations to this new space in the fall. We will have an appointment-only showroom within the studio, and we will be open to the public once every 6-8 weeks. During our open showroom dates, visitors can tour the manufacturing floor, meet some of our jewelers, and see our fine jewelry collection in person.”



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