The study of multiculturalism led us down many paths of spiritual visual reference and the themes that are found in a variety of faiths. We recognize the beauty and elegance of the traditional iconography of the Jewish faith. This line is, for us, a natural extension of what we do best - creating keepsakes for special moments in time.
Lincoln, RI (PRWEB) July 19, 2008
ChemArt celebrates the great tradition and heritage of the Jewish culture with the introduction of the Judaic Heritage Collection. These judaic keepsakes are meaningful and heartfelt. They resonate with this great culture by blending the craftsmanship of our artisans with the symbolism deeply rooted in the customs and symbols of Judaism. This sense of pride, devotion, family and place are passed from generation to generation.
ChemArt is typically known for its beautifully detailed 24kt gold Christmas ornaments. The company's recent exploration into various multi-cultural markets led to an awareness of exacting symbolism for many cultures and faiths. It also uncovered a shift in the internal culture of the company. "This idea is an evolution of a trend we continuously uncover in our own employee base as well as in the marketplace," explains Deb Parkinson, VP of Sales and Marketing for ChemArt. "The study of multiculturalism led us down many paths of spiritual visual reference and the themes that are found in a variety of faiths. We recognize the beauty and elegance of the traditional iconography of the Jewish faith. This line is, for us, a natural extension of what we do best - creating keepsakes for special moments in time."
The collection includes six icons that celebrate life, good fortune, happiness, good wishes, blessings and fidelity. Each keepsake is etched in solid brass and finished with shimmering silver plate or sparkling 24 karat gold. Each is packages in a silver foiled window gift box with a blue insert.
For thirty years, ChemArt has served as the premiere designer and manufacturer of photo‐chemically etched decorative ornaments and collectibles in the United States. A Veteran‐Owned Small Business (VOSB) established in 1976, ChemArt also specializes in the manufacture of precision etched parts and components demanding exacting tolerance requirements. Fully integrated from design through distribution, ChemArt provides products for the giftware industry, electronic and industrial applications and fundraising ventures. It currently licenses the Baldwin brand of distinctive ornaments and manufactures, sells and markets the official White House Ornament collection in retail locations across the country. The company, located in Lincoln, Rhode Island, has produced "Keepsakes Etched in Time" on premises for the White House Historical Association, the U.S. Capitol, the CIA, the National Corvette Museum, Habitat for Humanity, the Jimmy Fund, Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty Foundation, Notre Dame University, the American Red Cross, and the Texas State Capitol Preservation Board. For consistency in quality, ChemArt maintains its certification in ISO 9001:2000. For more information, visit the ChemArt website.
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