(PRESS RELEASE) SAN MARCOS, CA - Chatham Created Gems, which began with the scientific breakthrough in crystal growth in 1938 by pioneering legend Carroll Chatham, marks its 80th anniversary this year. To honor this milestone, the brand is launching a collection of pendants celebrating the numbers in one’s life.
"Everyone has milestones to celebrate, be it a birth, a marriage or just coming of age," states Tom Chatham, Carroll Chatham's son. "This collection is the perfect gift to celebrate and honor those occasions."
Pendants are made in 14K white and yellow Gold, featuring numbers 1 through 9. The numbers themselves were purposely positioned in the foreground of an oval covered in lab-grown diamonds. This intentional design was made to serve two purposes: the number can appear as a single digit or double while the oval performs as a zero, 1st or 10th anniversary, 2nd or 20th, and so forth.
Its simple, yet versatile style can suit any significant moment worth celebrating. Chatham only uses the highest quality lab-grown diamonds for this collection – D E F / VVS stones.
A pendant is the ideal anniversary or birthday gift. But it can also be much more than that. It can be the first gift a groom presents his new bride to celebrate the first day of the rest of their lives together. It can celebrate a championship win or an achievement like running a 5K. More importantly, it can be passed down from generation to generation, keeping the story alive. This collection not only celebrates moments but also memorializes them.
As for what the future holds for the brand, Harry Stubbert, president of Chatham, said, “Science and technology will have a greater impact in the future of the jewelry industry than ever before. And after 80 years, we continue to see explosive growth in consumer interest.”
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