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Rembrandt Charms Introduces COVID-19 Collection

It features charms designed to show support for all those affected by the virus.

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(PRESS RELEASE) In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Rembrandt Charms introduces a line of charms specific to COVID-19. This collection features charms designed to show support for all those affected by the virus, including first responders, essential workers and the class of 2020.

The collection offers several charms geared toward medical professionals, including a variety of Caduceus charms and a First Responder charm. Frontline Support and Essential Worker charms are perfect for anyone working in a hospital setting, as well as grocery store clerks, delivery persons, truck drivers and many others who have kept us going through the pandemic. A Best Friends Elbow-Bump charm depicts the high-five of social distancing. A World Faith charm supports the belief that we are all in this together and better days are ahead. For the graduates of the class of 2020, who may not be able to have a traditional graduation this year, we have a special charm complete with a COVID-19 mask to memorialize a year like no other.

Each charm in this collection features a unique laser-engraved design on a polished disc. These charms may be personalized by adding engraving on the back. Rembrandt Charms are affordable, classic collectibles that never go out of style. No other gift captures a moment in time as perfectly as a fashionable charm.

“Together, we will make it through these uncertain and trying times,” states Eric Lux, Vice President, Rembrandt Charms.

“Many of our jewelers have reached out to us to let us know that their customers have been looking for something special for nurses, caregivers, and other essential workers. With demand high, we designed a collection that reflects some of what the world has experienced, including social distancing, working on the frontlines, and even toilet paper shortages. This collection has it all!”

These charms will be available for purchase in early May. Rembrandt will also be giving away some COVID-19 charms to a number of first responders in appreciation for their heroic work on the frontlines.

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For more information, please visit: RembrandtCharms.com

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