Jay B. Rudolph
Founded : 1964
Activities : Fine Jewelry, Precious Stones and Precious Metals
Parent Company : Finlay Enterprises
Stockists : 57 locations
Origin : 200 S Hoover Blvd
Tampa, FL 33609

Jay B. Rudolph’s 57 fine jewelry departments in the Bloomingdale’s, Dayton’s and Hudson’s department store chains have been bought by Finlay for $21 million. The departments netted an estimated $83 million in sales that year. Jay B. Rudolph Inc in Tampa, FL is a private company categorized under Jewelry, Precious Stones and Precious Metals. Our records indicate it was established in 1964 and incorporated in Florida.

Finlay Fine Jewelers, America’s Finest Jewelers and it’s brands have conducted almost $50 billion in jewelry sales with some of the leading retail partners in the world since 1832. Finlay Enterprises Incorporated’s principal activities are the retailing of fine jewelry products and operating leased fine jewelry department stores throughout the United States and France. The Group operates under many brands in addition to Finlay Fine Jewelers (1832) including Shifrin-Willens (1926), Merksamers (1979), and Jay B. Rudolph (1964).

Vertical integration is a key component to success in the jewelry industry. While Vin Lee Jewelers has been featured along side Harry Winston and worn by celebrities, dignitaries and even royalty, many of the brands within Finlay Enterprises cater to a broader audience. Starting with the acquisition of American Jewelry Manufacturers in the early 90s, the Group became the jewelers jeweler, providing precious metal and gemstone inventory, manufacturing, and design work for other retail and wholesaler operations.