In R.I.’s jewelry sector, Snow Findings is a survivor

MAKING IT WORK: Randy Snow, vice president of jewelry maker Snow Findings Co. in Warwick, says part of the reason he got into the industry and took on the family business, founded by his grandfather in 1951, was to learn from his father, who was the owner and operator before handing the reins over to his son, and to preserve and continue what his family had built over the years.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
MAKING IT WORK: Randy Snow, vice president of jewelry maker Snow Findings Co. in Warwick, says part of the reason he got into the industry and took on the family business, founded by his grandfather in 1951, was to learn from his father, who was the owner and operator before handing the reins over to his son, and to preserve and continue what his family had built over the years.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

(Editor’s note: This is the 15th installment in a monthly series highlighting some of the region’s unsung manufacturers that make products essential to the economy and, in many cases, our way of life. See previous installments here.) Decades ago, when Rhode Island was commonly called the jewelry manufacturing capital of the world, Snow Findings Co. easily

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