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Kin & Pebble Announces Rose Gold

It’s now available for its line of personalized jewelry products and their extensive line of cremation jewelry.

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Kin & Pebble Announces Rose Gold

(PRESS RELEASE) Rose gold is making a comeback. In recognition of this, Kin & Pebble announces that 14K Solid Rose Gold is now available for its line of personalized jewelry products and their extensive line of cremation jewelry. Items that were previously available to custom order in 14K Solid Yellow or White Gold will now have the ability to be ordered in 14K Solid Rose Gold for the same price – no upcharges or special order fees. These products will have the usual 4-5 week solid gold lead time as each piece will be made to order. Rose gold-filled chains as well as solid rose gold chains to accompany this new option will also be available to purchase separately.

To learn more about any of Kin & Pebble’s products, please contact Kin & Pebble directly by phone at 1-877-265-7994 or visit their website: www.KinandPebble.com

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