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Artistry’s Graymoor Lane Featured on The Bachelorette

Graymoor lane designs worn by Tayshia Adams on recent episodes.

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Artistry’s Graymoor Lane Featured on The Bachelorette(PRESS RELEASE) CHICAGO, IL — Graymoor Lane Designs, a division of Artistry, Ltd., is ecstatic to share that Tayshia Adams wore two pieces of Graymoor Lane Designs in the most recent season of The Bachelorette.

In one episode, she wore a Cypress Collection ring, which is Graymoor Lane’s version of the Infinity Symbol. The sweeping curves of this crisp, feminine ring in yellow gold emulates ageless style with a composition that is familiar yet fresh, restrained yet chic.

In the Season Finale, Tayshia wore the Mini Bloom Ring. Inspired by the warm embrace of Arne Jacobsen’s iconic Swan Chair, Graymoor Lane’s Bloom Collection is every bit as avant-garde and whimsical with a decidedly modern and feminine styling.

“We are deeply indebted to our friends at Jewelers of America, specifically Lauren Kalma, for making this happen,” said Susan Klemt Williams, Graymoor Lane’s vice president. “It brought our whole team so much joy to see our beautiful pieces featured. What a wonderful way to end 2020.”
To learn more about Graymoor Lane Designs, visit www.graymoorlanedesigns.com.

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