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Pandora Adds Animal Prints to Murano Glass Charms

Jul 3, 2012 11:55 AM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Pandora launched nine new animal print Murano glass charms due to increasing demand for these motifs, according to the retailer, and it priced the pieces at $35 each.  The new line of Murano glass charms offers  two different giraffe patterns, two leopard patterns in hues of brown, grey and orange;  two tiger patterns inspired by the colors of the endangered Bengali and Siberian Tigers and a black and white zebra patternpandora charms.

"With our new animal print Murano glass charms, women can choose a bold or classic bracelet look that speaks to their unforgettable moments as well as today's fashion trends," said Angel Ilagan, the vice president of marketing with Pandora North America. "We've seen some women use the new animal print Murano glass to add a hint of color, while others select prints that speak to their individual traits."

During the month of July, customers who buy three or more Murano glass charms will receive a color cord of their choice. Participation and gift with purchase quantities may vary by retailer.

Tags: animals, charms, Jeff Miller, Pandora
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