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Spectore Corporation Celebrates 30 Years in Contemporary Metals

Spectore Corporation introduced Gray Titanium to the jewelry industry 30 years ago. It was the first new element delivered to the market in over 3,000 years. Edward Rosenberg, a third generation jeweler, founder and CEO of Spectore Corporation revolutionized the industry when he first came across this refractory material in the late 1970’s working with Master Jewelers of the Royale College near London. He saw how the natural luminescent color could be captured in metal without pigment. This spoke to the artist and jeweler’s desire to add a new dynamic to monochromatic metal. This vision immediately captivated and lured him to use this exciting media to deliver inspired collections with a range of looks that are clearly meant to be worn.

Naturally biocompatible, extremely durable, versatile and of course beautiful, these were and remain the criteria for any new alloys or materials introduced by Spectore Corporation, and as their in house designer brand, Edward Mirell. The brand is derived from the merging of Edward Rosenberg and Mirella Connor’s names, friends and business partners since the company incorporated.

Through Spectore’s 30 years the team of artists, designers, craftsmen and engineers continue to innovate and deliver new and exciting materials to the largest growing segment in fine jewelry, Contemporary Metals. Edward Rosenberg received international recognition as the first producer of consumer goods and designer ever to be recognized by the International Titanium Association for advancements made in these unique materials. This is to be added to their mounting number of design awards received annually from multiple trade channels such as JCK, Centurion, MJSA, JA and countless others. These incredible materials and creations will be exhibited at BaselWorld, Hall 2.0, Booth K26 and JCK Bayside Room Booth #B5401.
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