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Best known for his role on the television series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as Will Smith‘s Uncle, a role that TV Guide honored as the 34th Greatest TV Dad of All Time. James was born on November 27, 1945 in Suffolk, NJ.James Avery's parents name not available right now. All information about his private life is hidden or stays unknown, so it’s difficult to say if he has a wife or children.Later, while teaching at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Avery learned jewelry-making techniques from a library book, eventually crafting cross pendants at students’ request.It was during a visit to Kerrville in 1954 that Avery decided to launch the namesake business. Ideas, plenty of hard work, and prayers – not necessarily in that order – were the rule of each day.” Avery’s first big break came when his mother-in-law began selling the items he designed at a local summer youth camp where she worked.The nuances in his crosses over the years is pretty remarkable …Before he was a commercial success, he was very much putting together and creating things that spoke of his life of faith.” Avery hired his first employee in 1957, mailed out the first jewelry catalog – 16 pages featuring 39 handmade items – that same year, and began an artistic legacy of craftsmanship that would gain a devoted following and national recognition.
With jewelry designs inspired by Avery’s first works and created by skilled artisans at its headquarters in Kerrville, the iconic Texas brand last year produced 4 million pieces and stood as an equal among prominent names in jewelry such as David Yurman and Tiffany.David Reed, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, first met Avery when the jeweler’s sons attended one of those camps and Reed worked as a camp counselor.By that time, he already owned a James Avery cross ring and silver bookmark gifted to him, as many of the Episcopal women’s church groups sold the jewelry to raise money for charity work.He was one of those larger-than-life kind of people.You definitely knew when he came in the building.” Born in 1921 in Milwaukee, Avery served in the U. Air Corps and was stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.