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Chamilia Introduces Spoken by Chamilia Treasures Collection

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(Press Release) CRANSTON, RI — This season, Chamilia, a Swarovski Company, announced the introduction of the Spoken by ChamiliaTreasures Collection of pendants and earrings that embody the sentiment messaging signature to the brand. The entire Chamilia line is made from sterling silver or 14 karat gold and features genuine Swarovski Crystals and Swarovski Zirconia. The brand follows strict Swarovski Group guidelines for quality and aesthetic standards.INSTORE Chamilia

“After the extraordinary success of our ID bangles that launched at retail for holiday 2016, the brand is introducing the next iteration of the Spoken by Chamilia concept,” said Catherine Ottaviano, Chamilia’s vice president, global merchandising and marketing. “The addition of pendants with sentiment messaging integral to the power of this brand is an important addition to the category. The emotional connection to a jewelry purchase can never be underestimated. Women today are expressing themselves in what they wear, and we strive to be a part of what they want to say.”

The new Treasures Collection from Spoken by Chamilia includes four new pendants with sentiment messaging. The collection is completed with two new earring silhouettes. Together they form a timeless treasure for any jewel box.

New pendants in the Treasures Collection include:

  • Chamilia Treasures “Joy” Pendant Necklace — This necklace features a vertical pendant with a Victorian-inspired frame. The word “Joy” is etched on the pendant in light hand-drawn cursive, along with a stylized vine, drawn by the artist. The pendant hangs on a sterling silver 18” chain with 2” extender (U.S. MSRP $65).
  • Chamilia Treasures “Blessed” Pendant Necklace — This necklace features a quatrefoil pendant with the word “Blessed” etched in light hand-drawn cursive, along with a flourish, drawn by the artist. The pendant hangs on a sterling silver 18” chain with 2” extender (U.S. MSRP $65).
  • Chamilia Treasures “Treasured” Pendant Necklace — This necklace features a horizontal oval pendant with stylized lace at its east and west edges. The word “Treasured” is etched on the pendant in light hand-drawn cursive. The pendant hangs on a sterling silver 18” chain with 2” extender (U.S. MSRP $65).
  • Chamilia Treasures “Loved” Pendant Necklace — This necklace features a heart-shaped pendant with the word “Loved” etched in light hand-drawn cursive, along with a stylized vine, drawn by the artist. The pendant hangs on a sterling silver 18” chain with 2” extender (U.S. MSRP $65).

New earrings in the Treasures Collection include:

  • Chamilia Treasures Quatrefoil Lace Drop Earrings — These earrings feature an ornate lace pattern executed in sterling silver within a quatrefoil frame on custom-cast ear wire (U.S. MSRP $55).
  • Chamilia Treasures Lace Huggie Hoop — This hoop earring curves closely around the ear from its post and features a subtle pattern of five loops along its circumference (U.S. MSRP $45).

The Spoken by Chamilia Treasures Collection will be available at retail on April 7 and will be sold at select Chamilia retail partners worldwide and on the Chamilia website. For more information about Chamilia, go to www.chamilia.com.

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Based in Cranston, RI, Chamilia is an American company that was established in 2002. Since its purchase in 2013, it has been a member of Swarovski, a world leader in quality and innovation. Each of the more than 400 exclusive charms and wide selection of fine jewelry available from the brand are made from .925 sterling silver or 14 karat gold and feature genuine Swarovski Crystals or Zirconia, or Italian Murano Glass.

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