Supplier News: Week of Jan. 27

Whitney Port Shares Her “Promise” With Tacori

Whitney Port wears Tacori's Promise braceletRecently, former reality star Whitney Port of The Hills publicly proclaimed her #tacoripromise via Instagram.

The fashion designer posted a photo of herself wearing the California-based company’s yellow gold and silver Promise bracelet and included the caption, “New year, new you. I promise to be more patient.” According to Tacori’s website, the intertwining of the two metals symbolizes “two unique individuals uniting through a promise.”

Designed in collaboration with fashion blogger Wendy Nguyen, the bracelet must be locked with a Tacori key to represent the promise. The yellow gold chain connects both parts of the piece to symbolize the significance of the connection.

See more information on the bracelet here.

Leibish & Co.’s Colorful Creations Will Play Cupid This Valentine’s Day

International colored-diamond jeweler Leibish & Co. is focused on making this Valentine’s Day more memorable with its new “10 Ways to Say I Love You” pendant.

For men diligently searching for the perfect gift for their queens, the jeweler is bestowing women with the royal title certification of her choice along with the purchase of one of their heart-shape colored diamonds. If the jewel and the title aren’t enough, the colored diamond connoisseurs are also offering 15 percent off all heart-shape diamonds and jewelry pieces.

“Make this the best Valentine’s Day she has ever had with the glamour and excitement of a Leibish & Co. jewelry gift,” the company explains in a press release. “Whether she is the world’s biggest fan of this holiday or prefers to keep it low key, every woman loves a romantic night for two and a beautiful symbol of your love for her!”

Peruse Leibish’s plethora of multicolored pendants online at fancydiamonds.net.

Jewelers for Children Receives Jewelry Donation From Charles Garnier Paris

Fine jeweler Charles Garnier Paris will donate 17 pieces of its new Britannia 958 Heritage Collection at Jewelers for Charles Garnier Heritage collectionChildren’s silent auction at the Centurion Jewelry Show in Scottsdale, Ariz. The show runs Feb. 1–5.

The assortment of jewels features nickel-free, hypoallergenic silver that contains 95.8 percent pure silver. Profits from the auction will help Jewelers for Children with its mission of supporting children whose lives have been affected by illness, abuse, and neglect.

“We’re so excited to have the donation from Charles Garnier,” said Jewelers for Children executive director, David Rocha. “We’ve never had a company donate an entire new line for a silent auction. Along with the donations from other Centurion exhibitors, the silent auction will certainly be a destination for participants.”

Find out more about the charity at jewelersforchildren.org.

GemFind Partners With California Coast Designs for Ring Builder Program

Online jewelry marketing company GemFind recently teamed up with jewelry makers California Coast Designs to launch GemFind’s new Ring Builder application.

Equipped with sample guides of jewelry designs and high-quality graphics and video capabilities from California Coast Designs, the Ring Builder app allows users to create their own customized rings.

“We’re very pleased to add California Coast Designs as a fulfillment provider because they bring so much in terms of creative jewelry designing, as well as the technology to make online customization an incredible experience for users with exceptional quality visuals,” said Alex Fetanat, CEO and founder of GemFind.

The image quality of the modified jewelry gives the creators a detailed, two-dimensional view of the ring. Moreover, the video capability provides a three-dimensional view of the ring from all its sparkling sides.

For more information on GemFind’s innovative app, visit gemfind.com.

Ziva Jewels Unveils New Online Shopping Strategy

Fine jeweler Ziva Jewels announced its latest confidence-boosting game plan for online shoppers.

“I’m Ready to Buy,” allows a customer to browse online prior to coming in to make a purchase. The new strategy coincides with the company’s commitment to enhancing the customer experience. Upon choosing a piece, customers can make an appointment to see it at a nearby store and also request an advanced price quote.

“The customer must feel comfortable when buying such a sentimental object,” said Ziva president Robert Ahdoot. “Our ‘I’m Ready to Buy’ service is just one more way we cater to our customers’ happiness.”  

Take a look at Ziva’s engagement rings, vintage earrings, and pendants at zivajewels.com.