May 1, 2010
K. Brunini Jewels hopes your spring blooms with new opportunities. This year we have launched a new collection, been rewarded with much editorial coverage, and most recently been honored with 2 Honorable Mentions in the Women’s Jewelry Association’s Diva Design Competition. This Friday we are especially proud to invite you to attend the San Diego Museum of Natural History’s opening of the exhibit “All That Glitters: The Splendor and Science of Gems and Minerals” All of this and much more can be viewed on our new facebook page.
For those of you in the industry, we would like to invite you to booth #442 at the Wynn Las Vegas Hotel for the Couture Conference to share with you our works of art and new inspirations. 2010 heralds the introduction of the Body Armor collection which debuts at Couture. Body Armor is the journey of a sailoress, time-traveller, mountaineer and all of the forms she comes in contact with. There are Maori symbols, Italian renaissance sundials, and falconer’s gauntlets fashioned into jewelry art. Each piece is unique and in limited edition.
Katey Brunini has dedicated the past 20 years to creating wearable art, handcrafted in California, her jewelry is inspired by nature, science, myth, and her own heart. Her hand-textured creations feature everything from rose cut diamond engagement rings to her signature organic jewelry collections.
We look forward to scheduling an appointment to share our magic and our jewels with you.
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