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Jewelmer’s First US Boutique Launches on Worth Avenue, Palm Beach

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Jewelmer’s First US Boutique Launches on Worth Avenue, Palm Beach

(PRESS RELEASE) The South Sea pearl has charmed patrons the world over with its iconic golden gleam. This November, Jewelmer comes to the US to unveil its first modern-themed boutique. The beloved gem finds a new home in Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, the famed luxury shopping destination housing the finest jewelers in the world.

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Alongside brands such as Chanel, Graff, and Tiffany and Co., Jewelmer offers something rare, modern, and personal to the most discerning collectors and shoppers across the globe who come to Palm Beach in search of the finest luxuries.

Jewelmer’s new showroom, which opened in November, features a fresh, contemporary style, accentuating the exquisite designs and the inspired craftsmanship of the maison’s fine jewelry creations. It also incorporates some nautical hints and wooden elements that lend the space a warm touch, evocative of the intimate sensibility one enjoys on their yacht.

The store is located at 235 Worth Avenue A, Palm Beach, Florida. The opening marks a new milestone in the continuing journey of the South Sea pearl.

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