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Levinson Debuts Levears Earring Lifts

Feb 3, 2015 5:06 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT...  Robin Levinson, the co-owner of Levinson Jewelers in Florida, created Levears, a product that prevents earrings from pulling down, sagging, flopping forward or stretching the piercing and earlobe. She said that Levears prevents further stretch and tear to earlobes that have lost firmness over time and the support backings work by leveraging the part of the ear above the pierced hole to  spread the weight of an earring over a larger area.

Designed with a left and right back, the patented design technology provides a lift and makes earrings look  more visible from the front.  “Through years of trial and error, I was able to design a product that gave my earlobes the support they needed, no matter which earrings I wanted to wear,” said Levinson. “I began giving Levears to my clients as a trial  and after seeing the look on their faces when they experienced the difference, I decided to make them available to everyone.” 

Claire Marino, a client of Levinson Jewelers and the wife of Hall of Fame Quarterback Dan Marino, said, “When Dan saw the earring backs for the first time, he immediately realized the magic of what they do. He brought them home for me to try and I was amazed at the difference it made with my earrings.”
Levears are made in the U.S. and are available in reinforced sterling silver, 14-karat yellow gold and 14-karat white gold. 


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