Glam Jewelry Trunk Show in Atlantic City

10 Jul

Glam Jewelry Trunk Show in Atlantic City

If you are going to be in the Atlantic City area at the end of the month, then you may want to make a side trip to what sounds like a fabulous jewelry trunk show presented by jewelry designer Juliet Renee Williams, owner of JulRe Designs.

From a company press release:

On an average day, it's quite normal to find NY Fashion and Personal Image Consultant turned jewelry designer, Juliet Renee Williams (formerly Harmon) in a white t-shirt and jeans working diligently, stringing gemstones on silk thread, twisting precious metal or sketching designs on a pad of art paper in her design studio in Jersey City, NJ. But on Saturday, July 29, 2006 from 1 PM – 4PM, she will put on a little "glam" to present her Spring/Summer 2006 Jewelry Collections at the Clarion Hotel & Convention Center in Atlantic City West, (Egg Harbor Township) NJ. This event will mark the first time the designer, who was raised in Pleasantville, NJ, has presented in her hometown area since the 2001 inception of her company, JulRe Designs.

Known for her bold, colorful and exquisite wearable art, Juliet's latest jewelry collections excite the senses and drip with sumptuousness. Using an eclectic mix of unusual gemstones such as kyanite, labradorite and chrysoprase with the better known emerald, ruby and topaz, she has created amazing handmade, one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets and earrings. The Collections retail from $60 – $600.

Guests who attend the 'by invitation only' shopping event will be treated to refreshing beverages, delectable edibles and complimentary hand massages from beauty and wellness company, Warm Spirit. Those whose purchases equal or exceed $100 will receive a 'goodie bag' which will include such luxe treats as fresh handmade soaps from the UK company, LUSH, gourmet iced teas from the Republic of Tea and JulRe Designs Gift Cards. Also that afternoon, a Silent Auction for a fabulous Freshwater Pearl necklace designed and handcrafted by Juliet will be held. All proceeds from the winning bid will benefit The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

To attend, jewelry lovers should request an exclusive invitation by joining the company's guest registry at RSVP's must be received by Wednesday, July 26, 2006. Space is limited.

Here are a few examples of this jewelry designer's work. Sit back and enjoy:


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