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Phillip Gavriel Jewelry Expands Popcorn Collection to Include Gold

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – Fine jewelry brand Phillip Gavriel is unveiling Popcorn Gold, an assortment of gold and diamond designs from its popular Popcorn collection, at the Vicenzaoro show in Vicenza, Italy, Jan. 19-24.

Originally only available in silver, the Phillip Gavriel brand was eager to broaden the Popcorn collection to show the company’s versatility and pulse on what’s trending in fashion. In addition to designs featuring gold and diamonds, there is also a colorful array of precious gemstones and textured pieces.

Designer Phillip Maroof said, “Jewelry should be worn and enjoyed every single day, and my designs reflect the luxury-casual lifestyle many women are opting for today.”

Popcorn Gold’s design aesthetic is inspired by the rich art and history of Italy. Pricing for the pieces starts at $595. They will be available at retailers beginning Feb. 1. For more information, visit PhillpGavriel.com.

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A piece from Popcorn Gold by Phillip Gavriel.

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