Supplier News: Week of Sept. 26

Jewelers unBLOCKed partners with TMF, and Triton’s new jewelry collection debuts

Jewelers unBLOCKed Partners With Tess McIntyre Foundation

Tess McIntyre Foundation | JCK Supplier News

 

Industry insurance provider Jewelers unBLOCKed has announced that it’s partnering with the Tess McIntyre Foundation (TMF), a nonprofit dedicated to the support of rescue organizations for abandoned golden retrievers and other dog breeds. The mission of TMF, named for Tess, its golden retriever mascot, is to provide financial support to the rescue organizations and veterinarian services that ensure abused, exploited, or abandoned dogs are offered the proper medical treament and then placed in safe, loving homes. With its partnership, Jewelers unBLOCKed is offering financial support to the nonprofit organization in hopes to increase the amount of aid provided to rescue organizations.

“Cruelty to animals is intolerable,” said president and CEO of Jewelers unBLOCKed, Patricia K. Low, in a press release. “Our partnership with the Tess McIntyre Foundation can make a lasting difference in the lives of exploited or abandoned dogs, as well as stimulate long-lasting, meaningful relationships for families with rescue dogs. We believe this is honorable and fun for the jewelry industry to go for the gold!”

As a part of its partnership, Jewelers unBLOCKed recently helped TMF to support the veterinary aid of Adami (pictured at top), a 1-year-old golden retriever rescued from a dog meat market in Korea. The TMF is currently seeking additional donations to continue providing assstance to Adami and to help other dogs in need of medical care as a part of the effort to get them adopted.

For more information on the Tess McIntyre Foundation, visit tessmcintyrefoundation.org, and go to jewelers-unblocked.com.

 

Triton Debuts New Jewelry Collection, TritonRAW

TritonRAW new jewelry collection | JCK Supplier News

Luxury jewelry brand Triton, a division of Frederick Goldman, has announced that its latest men’s jewelry line, TritonRAW, will makes its official debut on Oct. 1 in partnership with Macy’s department stores, as well as more than 75 independent jewelry stores.

TritonRAW combines minimalist design with complex materials—18k yellow, white, or rose gold, integrated with raw metal—in three segmented band collections: RAW Shine, RAW Gold, and Pure RAW. Each segment features bands with a sleek, flat profile, but differ in design from uncomplicated to high polish to two-tone looks. Pendants and ID bracelets round out the new collection.

“For the first TritonRAW collection, we present a bold and sophisticated approach to our complex metal,” said Frederick Goldman CEO Robin Scheer Ettinger in a press release. “As the newest platform for our jewelry, TritonRAW takes Triton beyond the wedding band by exploring style in its rawest form.”

The new collection will appear in 67 of Macy’s retail locations as a part of the department store’s renovation and expansion of its bridal and jewelry departments. 

For more information, visit tritonjewelry.com.