About Us

Bermudez jewels are located at Nabunturan, Davao De Oro (Formerly: Compostela Valley). It is founded by Ms. Lyka Bermudez and named after their family name. In the year 2009, October 18 Bermudez Jewels started the journey to the business world. Bermudez Jewels provide many services such as Customize design, Jewelry Repair, Stone setting, Pre-casting, and Remolding. Designing and manufacturing and also a retail establishment that specializes in selling and buying jewelry.

Before it all began as a successful businesswoman. Lyka Bermudez learned first from her mother. The basic of entrepreneurship. She was her mother right hand in selling vegetables in public market every day since childhood. Bermudez jewels are the subsidiary of Whislee Silverstone Shoppe that also located at Nabunturan, Davao De Oro. Their services included made-to-order.

Whislee Silverstone Shoppe is the remarkable name that operates in Davao De Oro (formerly: Compsotela Valley Province). August 2011, Whislee Silverstone Shoppe transferred to a new location, which offered a better space for both their customer and workers. The location gives them the advantage to expose to several institutional buyers and suppliers.

During Compostela Valley’s Bulawan Festival now Davao De Oro, Whislee Silverstone Shoppe contributed to Ginto at Pilak Jewelry Bazaar on March 2012. Whislee Silverstone Shoppe in Mindanao trade exhibit (MTE) 2012 held at Abreeza Mall in Davao City. Silverstone established connections to different jewelers and government agencies like Department of Trade of Industry (DTI) that made her participate in training and workshops related to her trade.

According to her “In the jewelry business, it is about informing your customer about the real quality of the product. Once you hide the real quality of your product from your customer, you will lose them completely because jewelry is an investment. It is a hard earned investment”


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