Kameleon Jewelry Unveils Latest Look Book
Fashion jewelers Kameleon Jewelry recently released the 18th edition of its catalog for the spring 2014 season.
The look book features 64 vibrant pages of glamorous jewelry, a sectioned insert to highlight the March product of the month, and is currently available at authorized Kameleon Jewelry retail locations in Canada and the United States.
It also contains new base designs including three jewelry pieces, 12 new JewelPops, and three holiday-themed JewelPops for Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day. The JewelPops feature styles in bright spring colors, cubic zirconia, and Murano and dichroic glass.
See the gems for yourself by ordering a copy of the latest look book at kameleonjewelry.com.
Leibish & Co. Set to Debut Largest Yellow Heart-Shape Diamond
Israel-based color diamond retailer Leibish & Co. is determined to steal the show at the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s Hong Kong International Jewellery Show, March 5–9, by unveiling two jaw-dropping heart-shape diamonds.
According to a press release from the company, its fancy purplish-red heart-shape 0.38 ct. Argyle tender diamond will be “the most expensive diamond per carat at the show.” Meanwhile, the 52.57 carat fancy intense yellow heart shape will be “the largest and most expensive diamond.”
“Our heart-shape diamonds are the most valuable and thrilling representation of a person’s love to another,” the company continued. “These particular heart-shape diamonds are two of the most head-turning and valuable diamonds that money can buy, and Leibish & Co. is proud to display them at the show this March.”
For a closer look, visit leibish.com.
Persona Updates Website With New Focus on Mobile Shoppers
The Persona collection of sterling silver beads and charms updated its website, PersonaWorld.com, to provide mobile customers with an easier interactive experience.
Since debuting on January 24, 2014, the site offers user-friendly browsing and responsive design for mobile devices, tablets, and computers. Following an influx of traffic during the 2013 holiday season, Persona sought to better accommodate its many mobile visitors.
“Our customers are moving to mobile, and we needed to move with them,” said Neil Travis, First Jewelry president. “We want to offer the same great Persona experience online for all visitors, whether they are engaging with us on a mobile device, tablet, or a computer.”
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