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PANDORA’s collection of outstanding jewelry features raw, elegant designs inspired by rock style with a hint of vintage and a bit of attitude.


PANDORA bracelets give women the freedom to capture the unforgettable moments that make life ex- traordinary and the new charms of the fall season offer a twist on what has become the hallmark of the PANDORA brand. Two elegant sterling silver brace- lets are also new–one is designed to hold one tradi- tional or new decorative clip, the other as many as five. Mix, match and combine the clips and bracelets in any combination, creating pieces that are unique to your personal style. It’s an idea inspired by PAN- DORA’s popular charm bracelet.


Create and combine looks with other new additions to the PANDORA universe, including a line of 14k solid gold earrings, pendants and dangle charms with in- tricate lace details and diamonds; and large cock- tail rings, featuring amethyst or grey moonstone, that are perfect for stacking. Stunning earrings inspired by delicate lace patterns in 14K gold with freshwa- ter pearls and diamonds can be worn on their own, layered or combined with other pieces from the Com- pose collection. Rings in 14K gold, sterling and black oxidized silver have florally inspired designs with an unpredictable twist that is raw yet feminine.


Large cocktail rings in amethyst or grey moonstone are perfect for stacking with this season’s more deli- cate pieces. New LovePod rings in white, yellow and rose 18K gold with brilliant-cut diamonds or colorful gemstones work beautifully with other pieces of PAN- DORA jewelry and interlock when stacked together.


The spirit of nostalgic rock infuses the collection, es- pecially our new sterling silver decorative clips in raw, sculptural shapes. The other standouts include a star- shaped pendant and charm in black oxidized silver, an alluring finish that runs through the collection.


120 FOCUS of SWFL 2012


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