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MAYORS Collaborates with Venetian Jewelry Designer Roberto Coin

It’s for a capsule collection.

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(PRESS RELEASE) MIAMI, FL — MAYORS, the leading retailer of fine jewelry and timepieces in the Southeastern United States, is partnering with renowned Italian jewelry designer Roberto Coin for an exclusive, one-of-a-kind capsule collection that embodies modernity and elegance by the name, Marquesa.

The Marquesa Collection — imagined by MAYORS and Roberto Coin — is the outcome of a longstanding relationship between MAYORS and the Venetian jewelry designer which blossomed over 30 years ago. Roberto Coin has been an icon in the jewelry industry ever since the brand’s inception. The Marquesa collection, comprised of beautiful yet powerful diamond pieces, harnesses innovative design to offer a diverse selection of styles which speaks to the modern woman and her unique individual style. Each piece of the collection will be adorned with the brand’s signature of a small ruby casted inside each piece. Roberto Coin’s red ruby represents the message of good wishes that the designer dedicates to his clientele. Moreover, the collection is a synergy between the two brands to create jewelry that not only embodies excellent craftsmanship, but is also equally trendy and elegant, feminine and empowering.

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“Roberto Coin is thrilled to collaborate with MAYORS on the Marquesa Collection. Not only is it beautiful, but it represents the commitment we have to this long partnership, our customers, and the jewelry world at large. Marquesa is the perfect embodiment of innovative design and timeless elegance – both pillars of the Roberto Coin and MAYORS brands,” stated Peter Webster, president and co-owner of Roberto Coin.

The Marquesa Collection showcases a variety of playful pieces that can be layered and worn day to evening. The timeless capsule collection uses a cluster setting to apply diamonds closely together, resulting in a marquise shape. Moreover, the collection is comprised of a variety of youthful pieces and styles ranging from diamond earrings, necklaces, rings and bangles. Pieces range from $3,000 to $29,000 and will be sold exclusively at MAYORS, with the first debut of the full collection taking place today at the Merrick Park flagship and will also be available online at www.MAYORS.com.

“The driving force behind the MAYORS and Roberto Coin capsule collection is a strong commitment to fine craftsmanship, elegance and charm. We feel confident that the MAYORS and Roberto Coin collaboration, which has been 30 years in the making, effectively speaks to the modern woman as well as both brands’ values and we’re excited to continue to provide such bursts of exclusivity to our customers,” expressed David Hurley, Executive Vice President of The Watches of Switzerland Group.

Continuing to collaborate with contemporary and like-minded designers to create unique merchandise for the MAYORS brand, MAYORS aims to capture a broader audience as well as evolve and adapt to the new laws of luxury. As part of the relaunch, MAYORS also expanded their bespoke design service and will also be carrying exclusive pieces available only at MAYORS from Pamela Love, JB Star, Uneek,Mikimoto and Messika. Additionally, the MAYORS retail experience will be heightened with their own Bridal and High Jewelry Collections and other top brands consisting of Rolex, Breitling, IWC Schaffhausen, Cartier, Omega, TAG Heuer, and Tudor Watches to name a few.

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