Rose JP Consignment Closing Centre Street Store, Going Fully Online

The proprietors of the Rose JP Consignment store announced that they are closing their Centre Street brick and mortar business due to the affects of the Coronavirus. In a the glass is half full attitude Instagram post, co-owners and married couple Carina Lopez and John Peña explained why they are closing their store that just debuted in November 2019. "As you have seen many small businesses and big corporations are closing left and right in our communities..." said Lopez. "But as you all know, people are doing a lot more online shopping than going into a store physically," she said.


Jewelry Repair Pop-Up

We are excited to host designer & jewelry repair expert Carla from Kaufman Pearl Design ! She will be in-store twice per month doing simple repairs on the stop and complex ones to be picked up the next time. She will be offering the following repairs at affordable prices:
• resize rings • resize watches & change battery • restringing
• re-knitting in silk • wire wrapping • changing ear wires
• new earring claps & more! No appointment needed.

Rose JP Consignment Store Open on Centre Street

There's a new consignment boutique in Jamaica Plain, and you've got to check out the amazing clothing, apparel, shoes, and more that you can buy at Rose JP Consignment on Centre Street. Located at 484B Centre St., Rose JP Consignment is a sister store to Rose JP at 51 Heath St. The Heath Street store is now an outlet store, and is no longer doing consignment. Co-founder Carina Lopez's evolution to opening the two stores is an interesting tale. She first rented the Heath Street spot in March 2018, and wanted to make it into a co-working space.