|By PR Newswire||
|November 26, 2012 11:07 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Internationally-renowned jewelry and accessory company Peter Stone has unveiled an anticipated and expanded collection of designer jewelry, available exclusively on their newly-launched website, www.peterstone.us.
The Peter Stone Collection, founded by artistic master Peter Koslowski in 1992, recently partnered with luxury goods firm Timeless Tresor, LLC to distribute and market their popular products in the US, Canada and the Caribbean. The new collection is geared toward the symphonic relationship between many different cultures and lifestyles across the globe, and contains nine different categories of artistic pieces.
Jewelry enthusiasts will be invited to marvel in infinite knots of Celtic art with Knotted, define true elegance and boldness with Blaque, celebrate the symbols of aquatic treasures with DiveSilver, join in the gemstone jubilee trend of Joiaor, delight in harmonic, youthful bliss with the light-hearted Bree-Z Stone. Existing Peter Stone fans will enjoy enhanced and expanded styles from popular established lines such as Symbolic (pieces inspired by cultural and international icons), Chrome (a more masculine yet intricate line), Faith (expressing symbols from a plethora of world-wide religions) and finally Nebula (made from the patented alloy branded as "Just Like Silver").
"I am delighted to work with our new partners at Timeless Tresorto help bring my artistic vision to an even greater audience," said Peter Koslowski, who began hand-crafting his jewelry in Sri Lanka in 1983, "These pieces are truly meant to celebrate all corners of life- both our own and those we have yet to experience and adventure upon."
Says Timeless Tresor Co-President Wayne Kramer, "We are thrilled to help an established and meaningful brand like Peter Stone with a mission we are both passionate about- joining the finer elements of various cultures while maintaining a consistent vision of universal morals and altruism- all via some of the most precious metals and substances the world has to offer."
Known for a prime quality of their product, the Peter Stone company purchases raw silver and produces a true .925 alloy in their own factory. Personally purchasing the gems necessary for various designs, Peter and his craftsmen ensure that all rings are cast to size, by cutting and inlaying each stone for a perfect fit. Every piece of jewelry created is hand polished, not tumbled, resulting in noticeably visible care and pride taken in each piece.
A total of over 3000 designs of products are now available now on the www.peterstone.us website, with that number growing every week.
About the Peter Stone Jewelry Factory
Peter Koslowski, G.G., A.G., F.G.A first began studying his craft in 1983, while working as an engineer on merchant ships. Living in Sri Lanka, he had the opportunity to observe the abundance of local precious stones. Captivated by the beauty of these gems, he began a successful trade in gems and silver. He traveled to Pakistan and Afghanistan trading silver for emeralds, and to further his knowledge, studied for gemology certifications. At a time when many merchants were trading poor quality stones and inferior silver, Peter wanted to ensure that he could identify the differences and that would only purchase the finest quality. Since this time, Peter Stone has assembled a workforce of over 150 of Thailand's finest jewelry crafts-persons to produce only the highest quality lines of fine jewelry.
Peter Stone is a responsible multi-national company now headquartered in the United States, housing distribution centers in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia, and operating a production facility in Rachathewa, near Bangkok, Thailand. The company is also proudly committed to sustainable forestry, using rubber wood exclusively for their wooden product displays. This beautiful wood not only looks great, but also supports sustainable forest practices and provides jobs in parts of the world eager for economic opportunities.
About Timeless Tresor
Located in the heart of the Midwest, Timeless Tresor's mission is to apply its team's sales, marketing, design, and distribution excellence to provide fine jewelry to customers with unique and distinctive tastes. Timeless Tresor was created by entrepreneurs Wayne Kramer and William Colaw, who have successfully partnered on several successful business ventures since 2010. With Timeless, Wayne and William have assembled a team whose first focus is always recognizing the customer's needs and then finding the most innovative, value-enhancing, and efficient ways to meet those needs.
SOURCE Peter Stone Jewelry
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