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Delmar Jewelers and Laura Ashley Form Licensing Partnership

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FORT MILL, S.C – Delmar Jewelers has announced that it has entered into a licensing partnership with Laura Ashley and will launch its fine jewelry collection at the JCK show in Las Vegas, June 3-6. Pieces will be available at online specialty retailers this fall.

“This partnership is a perfect fit for the brand,” says Laura Ashley President Penne Cairoli. “Each piece from Delmar Jewelers is unique and refined, inspired by our heritage, for our sophisticated Laura Ashley customer.”

The collection will include classic wedding sets along with more modern necklaces and bracelets with pops of color. Pearls, a signature of the brand, are mixed with gemstones in rings, pendants, charms, lockets and brooches.

A family-owned and -operated jewelry manufacturer, Delmar Jewelers has served its customers for more than 38 years.

“We are delighted to join the Laura Ashley family and introduce their brand and its influential legacy to the world of fine jewelry,” says Julie Gniwisch, founder and CEO of Delmar Jewelers.

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