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They came, they saw, they bedazzled!

They came, they saw, they bedazzled!

Angela Daniel
Jewellery, Auckland
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Kir Royales at
Angela Daniel Jewellery opening
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18 August 2006

They came, they saw, they bedazzled!

Everything was sparkling for the opening of Auckland’s newest jewellery store, Angela Daniel Jewellery (Thursday 17 August).

While other stores are still under construction in the much talked about Nuffield Street area Angela Daniel and guests celebrated the opening of her first store with her second opening next week in Sylvia Park.

Inspired by old world glamour and channelling the sophistication of New York’s 5th Avenue guests made a red carpet entrance and were served Kir Royales in champagne saucers in keeping with the pink decor.

Many of those attending also took the opportunity to try on some of the beautiful jewellery that Angela has sourced from around the world as well as pieces she has designed and created herself.

Identifying a gap in the market for contemporary fine jewellery whose quality and style is timeless, Angela Daniel Jewellery stores will offer customers pieces that are modern yet luxurious.

Trained as a gemmologist at The Gemmological Institute of America in London, Angela Daniel has spent the last four years immersing herself in jewellery as a partner of Walker & Hall in St Luke’s Mall.

With passion and knowledge to match Angela Daniel brings her customers years of experience and a personal authority on everything that sparkles.

Offering carefully selected pieces of jewellery from Europe and Australia including exquisite diamonds, semi precious stones and black and white pearls, Angela Daniel is focused on meeting every taste and budget.

Angela Daniel Jewellery offers a new jewellery shopping experience, the stores are inviting and warm creating a shopper’s haven in the most fashionable locations.

From the flowering planter boxes at the door to the French antique inspired chairs, sparkling chandeliers and signature jewellery packaging, Angela Daniel Jewellery seeks to impress in the most feminine way possible.

“More women are now buying jewellery for themselves, they see it as something they have earned and deserve.

They want to wear pieces that are part of their everyday image and reflect their personality, “ says Angela Daniel.

For the more creative customers, Angela Daniel and her highly qualified team offer the opportunity to have custom made pieces designed or pieces remodelled, to make sure that everyone leaves the store with exactly the piece they are after.

Angela Daniel Jewellery also stocks Swiss timepieces from Gucci, Longines and Tissot.

Angela Daniel Jewellery customers will appreciate the design and craftsmanship of truly beautiful pieces, all the while relishing the style of a woman who is passionate about the important place of jewellery in the life of a modern girl.

Angela Daniel Jewellery opened in Nuffield Street on Thursday August 17 and will open in Sylvia Park on Thursday August 24


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