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December 08, 1989 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-08

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Clockwise from upper left:
The Amethyst Enamel
Collection — Stunning. A
new twist on a deco
theme. In rich shades of
amethyst and turquoise
enamel, artfully set in
sterling silver Necklace,
earrings and pin. Priced
from: $167 - $475.
The 14kt. Gold Collection
— As bold and beautiful a
statement as gold can
make The choice is yours.
Pins, bracelet, necklace,
cuff links and money clip.
Priced from $225 - $1,156.
The Pearl Collection
— All-out elegance .A con-
temporary interpretation of
antiquity 14kt. gold
accented with precious
gems. Ring, enhancer and
bracelet. Priced from
$633 - $2,041.
The Sterling and Marcasite
Collection — Be adventur-
ous in these unique designs
created in versatile sterling,
marcasite, amethyst and
onyx. Earrings, brooch
and ring. Priced from
$107- $185.
The Jewel Tone Gemstone
Collection Exciting color
to accent any wardrobe In
sparkling semi-precious
gems and 14kt. gold. Pin,
rings, bracelet and necklace.
Priced from $264 - $1,713
The Cabochon Collection
— Total luxury Classic
jewels and diamonds. The
elegance of cabochon
sapphires, rubies and
emeralds in 14kt. gold.
Ring, necklace and
bracelet. Priced from
$1,585 - $3,044.

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