ABOUT SEYMOUR JEWELERS
Seymour Jewelers has been proudly serving Hermosa Beach for over 50 years and counting.
Scott Bilowit has served on the Board of Directors of the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce and as an Honorary Member for over twenty years. He is an advocate for local downtown business associations.
As part of his family’s dedication to the Jewelry business and to local Hermosa Beach community he has been a leader on the forefront of Hermosa Beach’s business affairs for over thirty years.
He is an avid supporter of non-profit events and fundraisers often held in the store; the American Heart Association, the local Kiwanis (of which Scott and his father, Seymour Bilowit, have been members for fifty years) and the Sandpipers Association.
The Bilowit family continues to maintain a reputation for fine jewelry, excellence in craftsmanship, combined with their history of dedication to the local community.
Scott graduated from Chadwick School in 1974 and went on to the University of Puget Sound in Washington, graduating in 1978. After obtaining a BA degree in International Business and Finance, with a Minor in Art he then pursued and received an award from the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) in Jewelry Design. Scott also then entered into the family business. He instilled his sense of love for fine jewelry and shares today his standards of excellence in craftsmanship and design.
Scott’s artistic background, coupled with a distinctive flair for hand crafted jewelry allows for a feel of international style and the what helps create the unique pieces found at Seymour Jewelers.
Scott’s lifelong world-wide travel has allow for sourcing both collections of rare gems and jewels but also some of the highest and most collectible pearls, rare gems and fine diamonds.
Seymour Jewelry has a tradition for one-of-a-kind celebratory pieces that can be passed down to families for generations to come. Ensuring a level of continuing excellence for the wearer to enjoy. Similar to his father, Seymour, the patriarch of the business for over fifty years, who passed the baton of the family business to Scott.
Current distinctions and memberships include; Member of the National Clock and Watch Association, Jewelers Board of Trade, 24 Karat Club and the California Jewelers Association. In 2009, Scott won the coveted Bank of Manhattan Beach, Best Local Businessman award.