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Nicole Barr to Launch New Branding

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Raleigh, N.C.-based jewelry design label Nicole Barr announced that it will unveil new branding in July, including the logo pictured here. The following letter was written by the label to the industry:

"Like so many works of art whose sheer beauty and heart-appeal have suddenly become known and recognized by ordinary people, Nicole Barr has quietly made her way into the leading stores of both Europe and America.

"Its detailed and intricate workmanship were recognized by premiere artists like Faberge but this skill is now demonstrated for all to enjoy in a more visible public presence. Striking, state-of-the-art technology combines with beauty and convenience to display what has come to be the leading example of rich enameling with flawless stone-setting for our increasingly demanding clientele.

"So Fall will greet a new Nicole Barr with a highly-visible logo and compact, transparent display-stand that will bring its own touch of heart, skill and light to stores in July."

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