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Silver Institute Celebrates 40th Anniversary

In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Silver Institute hosted its annual Silver Industry Dinner on November 16th at the Princeton Club in New York. The event integrated a fashion show into the cocktail hour that highlighted the transformation of silver jewelry through the last four decades. The end result was a presentation that was both ‘timely and timeless’.

The jewelry that was modeled had been contributed by Savor Silver Program Participants and represented jewelry trends from the 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s and 2000’s. The brands included were: bastian inverun, DeLatori, GeoArt by Cynthia Gale, GURHAN, Kelim Jewelry Design, Metalsmiths Sterling, Old World Chain, Paz Collective, SunJewels, Thistle & Bee, and William Schraft. The iconic clothing was provided by fashion designers Nonoo, Ruffian, and Thiea.

In commenting on the evening Mike DiRienzo, Executive Director of the Silver Institute said, “We were exceptionally happy that so many friends and associates from the silver industry joined us to celebrate The Silver Institute’s 40th Anniversary. Their reaction to the jewelry and fashion show organized by our SPS team was wonderful”.

The dinner was followed by a presentation by Philip Klapwijk, Global Head of Metal Analytics of GFMS/Thompson Reuters entitled ‘The Silver Market in 2011’.

The Silver Promotion Service is a marketing initiative started in 2008 by the Washington D.C. based Silver Institute. Its objective is to develop and implement programs to enhance the images of and stimulate demand for silver jewelry in major international markets.
AT: 12/08/2011 04:30:03 PM   LINK TO THIS NEWSLETTER

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