Morlena Vintage announces the grand opening of their vintage jewelry store at www.morlena.com. Vintage jewelry is not just worn by collectors. It is also a favorite choice for many people who appreciate art, beauty, and history. Vintage jewelry is an especially hot trend right now, as more and more people are going back to jewelry that had a style and uniqueness that is not found in today's jewelry. Many bridal stores are reporting that brides are asking for vintage jewelry to wear on their wedding day. They are also trying to fulfill the demand for prom goers and others who want to wear vintage jewelry for formal occasions. "We are getting calls from many people with requests. They are calling for everything from formal jewelry to every day jewelry. Vintage jewelry is hot right now and it looks likes the demand is here to stay" says Francesca of Morlena Vintage.
Morlena Vintage sells beautiful vintage and antique jewelry from days gone by. They have jewelry from every era. Whether you are looking for antique or vintage jewelry from the Victorian era, the Edwardian era, the Art Deco period, or any other time in the past, you will be sure to find what you are looking for. Morlena Vintage acquires beautiful, unique, and exquisite pieces from upscale estates. Morlena Vintage has been selling vintage and antique estate jewelry since 1987. Their store is located in Connecticut, a charming part of the New England states, so rich in history.
Morlena Vintage also has an extensive collection of vintage designer jewelry from top of the line designers such as Chanel, Gucci, Valentino, and many others. They also have many haute couture pieces worn by models on the runway of top fashion shows. It is luxury at it's finest.
Morlena Vintage carries vintage jewelry for every price range and budget, all authentic pieces assessed by experts in the field of vintage, antiques, and collectibles. Shop Morlena Vintage today, and be sure to bookmark their store, as stock changes daily. Morlena Vintage is located at http://www.morlena.com
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