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Brand News: Uneek Adds Curth To Sales Team; Roberto Demeglio Goes For Gold April 23, 2018 (0 comments)

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Industry Veteran George R. Curth Joins Uneek Sales Team

Los Angeles, CA—Uneek Jewelry has tapped George R. Curth as regional vice president of sales for the Florida and Georgia territories.

The New York-born Curth began working in the jewelry industry as a bench jeweler. For 10 years he worked in retail for upscale stores like Overholt Jewelers and Mayor’s Jewelers, both in Miami, FL, later becoming a traveling sales representative for top industry manufacturers such as Frederick Goldman, A. Jaffe, Simon G. and Simon Golub. 

"Not only does he bring with him all these years of combined experience and expertise," said Uneek CEO Benjamin Javaheri, "but also a very family-oriented approach to working with his clients, both external and internal. We are very, very grateful to have someone of his caliber, record of achievement and enthusiasm joining the Uneek family at this exciting time in the company's evolution."

Curth can be reached at (305) 798-8970, or via e-mail at george@uneekjewelry.com. He will be with Uneek at booth LUX1325 at the upcoming LUXURY/JCK Show, May 30 - June 4 in Las Vegas.

 

Roberto Demeglio To Launch New 18k Gold Collection In Las Vegas

New York, NY—Roberto Demeglio, the Italian jewelry designer renowned for his ceramic collections, is moving into 18k gold and will unveil his new Pura 18K Gold Collection in Las Vegas at the LUXURY/JCK Show, booth LUX1221, from May 30 - June 4.

Pura Gold is an extension of the Pura line, originally black or white ceramic accented with diamonds. The gold collection was designed to attract the buyer who prefers a more traditional look. The collection offers the same flexibility as its ceramic counterpart, moving and twisting with no clasp, and includes 18k yellow, white, and rose gold bracelets and rings. The designs are accented with either black, white, or champagne diamonds, on a flexible patented stretch steel coil. The size and thickness of the bracelets, in particular, are designed to stack with other pieces. Retail prices for bracelets begin at $3900 and rings at $1598.  

Says Amit Sofer, U.S. distributor, “We are very excited about this new collection because it appeals to a much wider audience. Everyone understands gold, but not everyone understands ceramic.”

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