The era of plain, non-formatted cover letters is gone and considered history now. Modern cover letters are designed to capture attention of a prospective employer who goes through a large number of cover letters on daily basis. If you have come up with a plain three paragraph jeweler cover letter, it’s probably not going to get you anywhere near an interview call.

Employers like to see your potential in form of news flash. In order to catch the deserved attention, your cover letter for jeweler position  must be supplemented with bullet points, tables or even headings for that matter. Modern day cover letters do comply with the three paragraph format, however the middle paragraph is formatted differently to maximize visual optimization. Remember your goal while writing the cover letter is to make it unique enough that the employer is convinced to read all of it as well as the accompanying resume. Make your job related competencies shine through and make sure these are formatted in a catchy manner to get the due attention.


Bench Jeweler Cover Letter Sample


Fiona Barber

76 Sandy Lane ♦ Cypress, TX 89777
Cellular: (006) 333-5555 ♦ Home: (003) 666-2222
fiona . barber @ email . com

March 15, 2014

Ms. Gina Henry
Chief Recruiter
Sterling Jewelers
897 Picasso Square
Cypress, TX 89777


Dear Ms. Henry:

Going through yesterday’s job listings at, I came across your vacancy for a bench jeweler position. I immediately set myself to the task of writing this application since I offer Sterling jewelers, 7+ years of diverse experience in jewelry handling, brief particulars of which are highlighted below.

♦ Repair/ Service Skills ♦
Precious metal asset return maximization, inventory maintenance, customer communication, stone replacement, polishing, waxing and ring rolling.

♦ Production Expertise ♦
Stone quality evaluation, weight and price estimation, metal testing, production quality verification, supportive work environment creation through productive partnerships with other departments.

♦ Designing Competencies ♦
Stone designing, alloy metal designing, combination product designing and gold/silver hybrid jewelry designing.

Considering my extensive experience and training in the field I believe myself to be a front runner for the said position. My enclosed resume and designing portfolio contains detailed information regarding my relevant skills and capabilities.

May I suggest an interview meeting to allow me a chance of further elaborating how my skills can benefit Sterling Jewelers beyond expectations? If you are seeking a professional to re-ignite the fame spark sterling jewelers enjoyed during its peak years, call me now at (006) 333-5555.

Thank you for your time and consideration.



Fiona Barber

Encl. Resume