New York—Pearl purveyor Mastoloni has appointed jewelry veteran Maureen McIntyre as its director of merchandising and sales for its “Gifts from the Sea” division.

She will join the team in July following the departure of current director Cathy Dressing, who is set to retire after 30 years with the company.

McIntyre brings with her a strong background in merchandising, having worked in fine jewelry retail and wholesale.

"We feel fortunate to have Maureen join Mastoloni in such a dynamic position,” said Ray Mastoloni, a partner at the company.

"We are excited to learn from her experience and know that she will be instrumental in expanding the Gifts from the Sea division into new areas and creating new opportunities."

The Gifts from the Sea collection features a variety of freshwater and Tahitian cultured pearls set in 14-karat gold mountings.





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