Charles Garnier donating entire line to JFC
January 29, 2014
Charles Garnier Paris will be the first company to donate an entire line for the JFC silent auction to be held at the Centurion trade show next month.
New York--Coinciding with the launch of its new Britannia 958 Heritage silver collection, Charles Garnier Paris will donate all 17 pieces from the line to Jewelers for Children for a silent auction scheduled to take place at the Centurion Jewelry Show.
Bids can be placed on the collection, which will be auctioned as one item, as well as nearly 30 other items in the silent auction, starting Feb. 2 at 10:00 a.m. Final bids are due by Feb. 4 at 1:30 p.m.
The JFC silent auction items will be on display in booth 943 at Centurion, which takes place in Scottsdale, Ariz.
“We’re so excited to have the donation from Charles Garnier,” said JFC Executive Director David Rocha. “We’ve never had a company donate an entire new line for a silent auction. Coupled with the donations from other Centurion exhibitors, the silent auction will certainly be a destination for participants.”
The Britannia 958 Heritage Collection is premiering at the Charles Garnier Paris booth, Salon #107, at Centurion.
It features pieces made with silver that is more pure than sterling, and is produced using the company’s proprietary manufacturing process. The nickel-free, hypoallergenic silver is nearly 96 percent pure.