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Product News: Gumuchian Seeks To Save Bees; New Bridal TV Spot Offered; Conflict-Free Gold: More May 04, 2016 (0 comments)

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Gumuchian’s “B" Collection Helps Save Precious Bees

New York, NY—Starting at $600, Gumuchian’s “B” collection is an eco-conscious collection with a portion of proceeds being donated to CityGrowers.org. According to recent studies, including some by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, one in every three bites of food consumed in the United States is either directly or indirectly pollinated by bees, which are facing grave danger from overuse of pesticides. The “B” collection and CityGrowers.org are helping to save the bee population, a critical part of our ecosystem.  

To make an appointment at the Couture Show, contact jodi@gumuchian.com or call (212) 588-7089.

 

New Bridal Commercials Available

New York, NY—A new 30-second television spot for bridal jewelry, featuring the experience-centric lifestyle important to Millennials (top of page, left), is available from Vanilla NYC.  Click here to watch.

 

Frederique Constant Introduces Ceramic Dial Watch

Geneva, Switzerland—Frederique Constant introduces the Classics Art of Porcelain watch, limited to188 pieces. The Classics Art of Porcelain timepieces feature a handmade porcelain dial and black Roman numerals, made by skilled craftsmen from the Zsolnay Porcelain Manufacture in Hungary.

The watch has a highly polished, 3-parts stainless steel case of 40 mm. The porcelain dial features the words "Swiss Made" at 6 o'clock to pay tribute to its Swiss origins, and the Roman numeral indexes give this model a classic appearance. Driven by the FC-302 automatic calibre, with 25 jewels and a 42-hour power reserve, this watch features hours and minutes. The sapphire crystal case back shows the FC-302 in action and is water-resistant up to 3 ATM. It’s finished with a black leather strap.

 

Pease & Curren Renews Commitment Process Only Conflict-Free Gold

Warwick, RI—In recent years the topic of gold mining in high-risk regions has brought great controversy to the precious metals market. Sourcing from conflicted areas is known to often result in unfair human rights and labor practices. Pease & Curren precious metals refiner and recycler has renewed its commitment to processing only conflict-free gold.

Since refiners are the “gatekeepers” of the industry, Pease & Curren has chosen to accept only reclaimed gold from businesses and is one of the only refiners that can make this pledge. The company will refuse any material that is affiliated with conflict areas but have taken the extra step of not accepting any mined materials at all. Click here for an informational video.

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