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Charles Garnier launches new silver collection

January 21, 2014

From the new Britannia 958 Heritage Collection, Charles Garnier Paris’ “Queen” hoop earrings with rhodium finish ($135)/

The Britannia 958 Heritage Collection

Los Angeles--Silver jewelry designer and manufacturer Charles Garnier Paris has introduced the Britannia 958 Heritage Collection, a line featuring pieces made with the company’s proprietary manufacturing process that will debut next month at Centurion.

Created through the unique process, the silver is more pure than sterling and undergoes an exclusive refinement process that produces a metal that is stronger and longer lasting, according to the company.

The result is nickel-free, hypoallergenic silver that is nearly 96 percent pure.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office recently granted Charles Garnier Paris trademarks for the collection.

“Britannia 958 is our premiere collection for silver,” said Charles Garnier Paris Sales Manager Julie Franco. “The line gives retailers a competitive advantage and differentiation.”

It will be unveiled at the Centurion jewelry show in Scottsdale, Ariz., scheduled for Feb. 2 to 4.