September 28, 2011
K. Brunini Jewels’ summer was filled with delicious outdoor meals with friends and family, lots of laughs, invaluable life lessons, gracious honors, and many opportunities to let our creative spirit soar. We are very excited about the numerous new endeavors in the works and cannot wait to share all of our beauty and inspiration with you.
We are honored to announce that K. Brunini Jewels will be exhibiting in the Headley-Whitney Museum’s biennial Gem and Jewelry exhibit, a Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program. The exhibit will feature our one-of-a-kind Spirit Animals. Created as a limited edition collection, the Spirit Animals are miniature sculptures, each with its own unique style—wearing necklaces, crowns and anklets of pearls, emeralds, rubies and diamonds—blackamoors of the animal kingdom. The show will run from January-July 2012.
Additionally, we have an exciting day trip coming up to the San Diego National History Museum. The “All That Glitters” exhibit, featuring K. Brunini Jewels and the journey of a gem from mine to finished jewelry, will end its illustrious two year run next April. For those who have not yet had a chance to view the exhibit, we would love to take you as our guest. Stay tuned for more details about this event.
Lastly, with the holidays quickly approaching, we have numerous trunk shows scheduled all over the country. For dates of a show near you, please check out our website.
We wish you all a Fall filled with compassion and love, and of course, great jewelry and style!
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