Evocateur Shares Its 2022 Offerings
The jewelry manufacturer’s new catalog is out.
The Connecticut-based manufacturer specializes in jewelry that melds the worlds of metalsmithing and illustration.
Founded by designer Barbara Ross-Innamorati, jewelry with 22-karat gold leaf and sterling silver leaf features original illustrations rendered in enamel.
Designs run the gamut, from illustrations of Florentine antique paper design and iconic ancient Egyptian motifs to scenes depicting the animal kingdom, as well as lots of colorful abstractions.
The 2022 catalog highlight 500 different cuffs, bangles, necklaces, earrings, and a new category—rings. There are colorful options for spring and summer and original art works from known artists, the company said.
There are also new cuff silhouettes and some styles with gemstone accents.
“There’s nothing like Evocateur in the industry,” said Ross-Innamorati in a news release.
“Our jewelry brings a smile to a woman’s face and new energy and excitement to a store.”
Each piece is handmade in the company’s Norwalk studio. The catalog features a section explaining how retailers can offer custom and one-of-a-kind Evocateur pieces to their clients, featuring a photograph or artwork, for example.
Clients often request images of a family pet, child, or vacation spot.
“This new catalog is easy to order from,” Ross-Innamorati said, “and it makes a great tool for the retailer to use in his or her sales presentation.”
To get the catalog, visit EvocateurStyle.com.
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