It captures the elegance and glamour of New York’s Park Avenue bringing the craftsmanship and value customers have come to expect from Jewelry Television.
Knoxville, Tenn. (PRWEB) March 15, 2012
Jewelry Television® (JTV), the world’s largest retailer of loose gemstones, has partnered with jewelry designer Tony Malvagna. A veteran home shopping celebrity and regular guest with the broadcast retailer, Malvagna will appear on March 15 to represent JTV’s exclusive Off Park™ Collection.
“As a veteran home shopping celebrity and talented designer, Tony has enjoyed a longstanding relationship with JTV, and we are confident that his expertise will delight our customers,” said Natalie Parman, vice president of merchandising at Jewelry Television. “The collection is sophisticated, wearable and affordable, and is made up of bold statement pieces that lend drama to any outfit.”
Exclusively produced for JTV, Off Park™ is a collection of fine quality designer fashion jewelry that is reminiscent of styles made popular by New York’s Park Avenue fashion icons. “Think the ladies who lunch,” said Parman. “This collection can effortlessly go from day to night with panache.”
“The collection offers unique designs for women of all ages,” said Malvagna. “It captures the elegance and glamour of New York’s Park Avenue bringing the craftsmanship and value customers have come to expect from Jewelry Television.”
The Off Park™ Collection ranges in price from $30 to $150 and is available at JTV.com.
About Jewelry Television®
Jewelry Television® (JTV) is the only broadcast shopping network that focuses exclusively on the sale of fine jewelry and gemstones. The privately-held company was founded in 1993 and broadcasts high definition programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to over 80 million unique households in the U.S. Jewelry Television® was recently ranked the 14th largest retailer of fine jewelry in the U.S. by National Jeweler. JTV.com is the fifth largest jewelry destination on the internet according to Internet Retailer’s Top 500 Guide for 2010. For more information, visit JTV.com.