2010 Warman's Jewelry: Identification and Price Guide Features Topazery Pearl Pieces

October 05, 2015

The 2010 fourth edition of the best-selling "Warman's Jewelry Identification and Price Guide" has given focused attention to antique jewelry boutique Topazery. Specifically, the book has singled out two of Topazery's pearl pieces: an Edwardian pearl and diamond brooch and a Victorian Danish crucifix.

Warman's Jewelry: Identification and Price Guide 2010

The marketing copy for "Warman's Jewelry: Identification and Price Guide 2010" stresses that it "features a fresh and fun redesign with more than 1,000 detailed images and interviews with experts in key categories." Of pearls in particular, it invites jewelry lovers to "learn about the Japanese visionary who changed the market forever."

"The Warman's Jewelry Identification and Price Guide is always a feast for the eyes," explains Topazery's spokesperson, "but it's much more than that. It's also a genuinely enlightening read. Jewelry lovers of all kinds are sure to walk away from it thinking, 'Wow, I never knew that!'"

This combination of drool-worthy jewelry eye candy and interesting, little-known facts about jewelry is an approach Topazery takes with its own website. "Sure, beautiful antique jewelry like the Edwardian pearl and diamond brooch and the Victorian Danish crucifix Warman's handpicked for its Pearls section are a key element of our marketing approach, but we like to give our clientele a little bit more. When they browse our site, they'll find well-researched, fascinating factoids in addition to gorgeous jewelry images."

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