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Lafonn’s Milano Collection is a ‘Plot Twist’ in Jewelry Design

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It includes bracelets, earrings and rings.

(Press Release) CYPRESS, CA — Lafonn, the jewelry brand known for Luxury Within Reach, announces The Milano Collection, featuring luxurious, hand-twisted sterling silver coil crafted into contemporary jewelry designs.INSTORE LafonnMilano

The collection name and designs draw inspiration from Milan, the fashion and design capital of the world that has inspired artists for hundreds of years. The combination of artisanal hand-twisted silver coil, polished 18K Gold, and sparkling simulated diamonds creates a contemporary, yet sophisticated look that is infinitely wearable by women of all ages.

Authorized Lafonn retailers may purchase the collection, which includes bracelets, earrings and rings, for immediate delivery.

Lafonn’s Milano Collection is crafted with hand-twisted Sterling Silver bonded with Platinum and 18K Gold, and set with simulated diamonds from $140 retail.

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