Press ReleasesLafonn Nabs Role in ’24: Legacy’ Premiere After Super Bowl Published 3 years ago on February 6, 2017By INSTORE Staff Share Tweet (PRESS RELEASE) CYPRESS, CA — Lafonn scored major screen time during the “24: Legacy” premiere Sunday night after the Super Bowl when lead actress Miranda Otto sported the brand’s ARIA Citrine necklace.The Lafonn necklace plays an integral part of the two-night premiere.In FOX’s much-anticipated 24 reboot, Otto plays the former director of the CTU (Counter Terrorism Unit), and wears a Lafonn ARIA necklace featuring a romantic, emerald-cut citrine embraced by a halo of simulated diamonds.The $265 MSRP necklace is available at authorized Lafonn retailers and preciousaccents.com. Lafonn’s ARIA Collection is crafted with genuine gemstones and Lassaire simulated diamonds set in sterling silver bonded with platinum or 18-karat gold. Related Topics: Lafonnnecklaces click to Comment(Comment) Advertisement SPONSORED VIDEO Wilkerson TestimonialsWhen Liquidation Is the Best Option, This Legendary Jeweler Chose WilkersonGeorge Koueiter & Sons Jewelers, a 65-year old jewelry institution in Grosse Pointe, MI, had always been a mainstay in this suburban Detroit community. But when owners George and Paul Koueiter were ready to retire, they made the decision to close rather than sell. “We decided our best option to do the liquidation sale was Wilkerson,” says Paul Koueiter. The results, says George Koueiter, exceeded expectations and the process was easy. “Wilkerson just kept us in mind,” says George. “They never did anything without asking and whatever they asked us to do was just spot on.” You may like From Talismans to Stacking Looks, Here Are 18 New Necklaces Here’s What Was Selling Well Before The Pandemic The Top-Selling Jewelry Brands In February, According To Our Brain Squad Promoted Headlines Perk Up Your EarsGabriel & Co. The Rings for Virtual ‘I Do’s’Gabriel & Co. When Liquidation Is the Best Option, This Legendary Jeweler Chose WilkersonWilkerson Advertisement LatestTrendingVideos Press Releases9 hours agoNew Consumer Research Confirms COVID-19 Related Pent-Up Demand for Jewelry Hot Sellers13 hours agoHere Were the Best-Selling Items for Jewelers During a Surprisingly Good June for Many Get Inspired14 hours agoCentury-Old Family Business in Ohio Finds Growth in Bridal True Tales6 days ago13 Jewelry Return Horror Stories Almost Too Frustrating to Read Fun1 week ago19 Inspirational Messages to Tell Your Customers It’s Okay to Buy Headlines1 week agoVideo: Father of Alleged Jewelry Thief Returns Rings, Apologizes Jim Ackerman7 days agoVideo: Why You Should Spend More Time ‘On the Business’ Instead of ‘In the Business’ JimmyCast7 days agoPodcast: New Jewelry Store Owner Wilson Lin on Why He’s Opening This Year, of All Years Jimmy Degroot1 week agoVideo: Jeweler Kept Selling Despite His Doubts About the Customer … and He Was Glad He Did! Advertisement Advertisement SubscribeBULLETINSINSTORE helps you become a better jeweler with the biggest daily news headlines and useful tips. (Mailed 5x per week.) Latest Comments Most Popular True Tales6 days ago13 Jewelry Return Horror Stories Almost Too Frustrating to Read Fun1 week ago19 Inspirational Messages to Tell Your Customers It’s Okay to Buy Headlines1 week agoVideo: Father of Alleged Jewelry Thief Returns Rings, Apologizes True Tales3 days ago17 Jewelry Stories So Gross You Might Have to Hurl America's Coolest Stores6 days agoPast America’s Coolest Honorees: Where Are They Now? Headlines1 week agoMore Than 90 Percent of Jewelers Surveyed Are Open for Business Products1 week agoThis Earring Trend Stands Out On The Red Carpet and Video Conferencing Jimmy Degroot1 week agoVideo: Jeweler Kept Selling Despite His Doubts About the Customer … and He Was Glad He Did!