Press Release (ePRNews.com) - COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Aug 31, 2018 - Designer Chris Bergman introduces her brand new Colorbomb Collection, a complete line of fun, bright, contemporary jewelry available in a full range of colors to suit every occasion. Chris makes each individual piece from polymer clay and fine metals, including sterling silver, gold, and gold fill.
Candy Dot earrings. The Push Play pendant. Or the Downtown Neutron necklace. These and the other 15 pieces from the Colorbomb Collection are seriously fun expressions of color and shape.
Chris Bergman Design creates contemporary art jewelry in a bold color palette for professional women with big-city style. Her gallery-style pieces inspire creativity, self- expression and non-conforming charm.
Colorbomb is Chris Bergman Design’s first line of jewelry. The collection will be sold on the website ChrisBergmanHandmade.com. Watch for new lines to come in the fall.
The Colorbomb pieces will also be available at Shop Made in D.C., a Dupont Circle retailer that showcases the best handmade products in the area. A launch party is set for Thursday, September 6 at 1330 19th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. There will be an opportunity to meet designer Chris Bergman from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
The Colorbomb Collection showcases stellar jewelry in 24 different Colorbomb colors, featuring a range of prices to suit everyone’s budget.
CONTACT: For more information about Colorbomb Collection or for an interview with Chris Bergman, please write to email@example.com
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About Chris Bergman Design
Chris Bergman started designing the Colorbomb Collection with a single goal: To create affordable gallery-style jewelry that is extremely wearable with a contemporary edge. After many years of working with polymer clay and creating unique pieces, Chris Bergman’s products started gaining the appreciation of fans of contemporary jewelry, including Project Runway designers, industry leaders, and local stores. She is pleased to present her first collection.
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