Just Jules Marks 20th Anniversary At JA New York
Just Jules exhibition at The JA Show in New York will feature collections that combine contemporary with vintage and fun with excitement.
“After an incredible response to my new collection at Couture in Las Vegas, I am really excited to show my oldest and dearest customers all of my new looks, reports Julie Romanenko, designer of Just Jules.
Just Jules offers a distinctive variety of Designer Fine Jewelry including earrings, necklaces, rings and bridal. Additionally, a collection of one of a kind antique lockets gives the contemporary collection a fun vintage touch.
With metal prices fluctuating, Just Jules is making available collections in multiple metals. This allows retailers the ability to mix their metal choices in order to meet their retail and market needs.
About Just Jules:
Julie Romanenko has been creating jewelry for over 20 years. From New York City, creating silver people pins and stack rings, to a wonderful new studio in beautiful Scottsdale, creating Gold and Diamond works of art. The new Collection includes both vintage elements and new pieces that are Vintage inspired, created from Julie's lifelong fascination with Antique Jewelry.
The Just Jules Collection ... from the everyday to the extraordinary.
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About The JA Show:
The JA New York jewelry show is the premier international jewelry event that brings exhibitors and retailers from around the world together in New York City, the jewelry capital of the world. The JA New York shows dates back to 1906 when its predecessor, the American National Retail Jewelers of America (ANRJA) was founded. The legacy of the ANRJA show has been carried through JA New York, as it celebrates 100 years of excellence and service to the jewelry industry.
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A Designer of Fine Jewelry. Julie works with organic shapes and textures to create works of art. She chooses bright colored gemstones and rugged shapes, often leaving them in their natural state to be centerpieces in flirty necklaces, rings and earrings.