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Charles Garnier to Present New Collection at JCK

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Charles Garnier has announced a new line of doublet gemstone jewelry that will debut at the upcoming JCK/Luxury show in Las Vegas.

The doublets feature clear-faceted quartz layered on top of mother-of-pearl, turquoise, or lapis lazuli, with Pavé set created white sapphire adding detail. The collection features more than 200 new styles, with most pieces retailing for less than $500. All pendants, earrings, cuffs and rings are created using sterling silver, and are available in a rhodium or 18kt yellow gold finish.

Charles Garnier is also introducing Pearlimar as part of the Doublet Collection. The new stone incorporates a layer of mother-of-pearl in between blue turquoise and faceted quartz that results in a blue color reminiscent of the Caribbean Sea.

Charles Garnier invites retailers to view the new Doublet Collection at Prestige at Luxury, Booth P48, May 31-June 6. Retailers who book an appointment to preview the new collection can register to win prizes, including:

Tuesday, 1st day of Luxury – 2 tickets for Celine Dion’s show that night
Wednesday, 2nd day of Luxury – 2 tickets for Celine Dion’s show that night
Thursday, last day of Luxury – 2 tickets for Celine Dion’s Friday night show
Friday, 1st day of JCK – 2 tickets for Celine Dion’s show that night
Grand Prize – 2 Apple Hermès watches. One winner will be announced on the last day of Luxury, June 2, at 3 p.m. The second winner will be announced the last day of JCK, June 6, at 3 p.m.

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To book an appointment and enter to win, call 1-800-722-3721, ext. 1.

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