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Phillip Gavriel Releases New 2019 Collection

It will be showcased at various buying shows in this season.

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(PRESS RELEASE)NEW YORK – New York based Jewelry designer Phillip Gabriel Maroof officially released his Spring 2019 collection. The designer is expanding his Popcorn Collection, which as the name suggests, features the rich texture he uses on each piece.

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Playing with the theme of Popcorn, Gavriel traveled to Amsterdam’s iconic Theater Tuchinski, which is an architectural gem of the 20’s with its combination of Art Deco, and Noeveau design. The location set the tone for the rich modern take on designs that come from archives of the 70’s and 80’s.

The collection features gold and diamond bracelets, sterling silver and 18kt gold pendants, and gemstone rings and earrings. With price points that range from $195 to $3,000, Phillip Gavriel continues to push for a philosophy of “democratizing” fine jewelry using only precious metals and natural gemstones to appeal to wide range of consumers.

The collection will be showcased at various buying shows in this season. The collection is available for ordering on their website, www.phillipgavriel.com, and retailers interested in a brochure can request one by emailing [email protected]

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