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Chamilia Introduces Limited Edition “The Night Before Christmas” Jewel Box

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CRANSTON, RI – Chamilia, a Swarovski company, announced the release of its new Limited Edition “The Night Before Christmas” Premium Jewel Box for the 2016 holiday season. The set includes the exclusive Chamilia Brilliance Star Oval Snap Bracelet, nine exclusive charms and two locks.

“The premium limited edition jewel box gift set, unique and different for every holiday season, has become a highlight each year for our customer,” says Catherine Ottaviano, Chamilia’s vice president of global merchandising and marketing. “This is Chamilia’s answer to dazzling holiday windows. We’re delighted to be a part of the magic of the season.”

This set is presented in a custom-designed gift box with a snowflake texture and Swarovski Crystal accented exterior. Layers of paper cutouts sparkle on the interior. The classic tale of “The Night Before Christmas” comes to life in each of the intricately detailed charms, many of which feature Swarovski Crystals as accents. The charms and the bracelet are exclusive to the set and will not be sold separately.

There are more than 400 exclusive charms available from the Chamilia brand. The line is made from sterling silver or 14 karat gold and features genuine Swarovski Crystals, Swarovski Zirconia or Italian Murano Glass. The brand follows strict Swarovski guidelines for quality and aesthetic standards.

“The Night Before Christmas” holiday jewel box retails for $450 and will be available starting Oct. 18 at the brand’s more than 2,000 retail partners worldwide and on chamilia.com.

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