– Fine Jewelry Assortment Now Available in Fifty Locations –
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC / ACCESSWIRE / September 10, 2020 / Charles & Colvard, Ltd. (NASDAQ:CTHR), the original and leading worldwide source of created moissanite, today announced an expanded retail partnership with Macy’s, the iconic American department store, launching an assortment of moissanite fine jewelry in fifty stores, including flagships Herald Square in New York City, Union Square in San Francisco and State Street in Chicago. The Company entered into a strategic partnership with Macy’s digitally in October 2018, launching a curated collection of Charles & Colvard lab created moissanite jewelry on Macys.com.
“Expanding into selected retail stores is a part of our long-term omnichannel strategy,” said Don O’Connell, President and CEO of Charles & Colvard. “It’s important that we align ourselves with strong players in the fine jewelry category and offer new opportunities for customers to experience our products firsthand. We’re excited to build upon the success of our online assortment available on Macys.com through this in-store expansion in major markets. We now offer multiple destinations for shoppers to discover the fire and brilliance of moissanite set in responsibly sourced precious metals, all at an accessible price.”
The assortment of Moissanite by Charles & Colvard® bridal and fashion rings, necklaces and earrings set in 14k white and yellow gold are now available in select Macy’s stores. Price points start at $275. Charles & Colvard fine jewelry can also be found on Macys.com at https://www.macys.com/shop/featured/charles-colvard.
About Charles & Colvard, Ltd.
Charles & Colvard, Ltd. (NASDAQ:CTHR) believes fine jewelry can be accessible, beautiful and conscientious. As an e-commerce driven business, the Company brings revolutionary gemstones and jewelry to market through the use of innovative technology and direct-to-consumer engagement. Charles & Colvard is the original pioneer of lab-created moissanite, a rare gemstone formed from silicon carbide. Consumers seek Charles & Colvard fashion, bridal and fine jewelry because of its exceptional quality, incredible value and shared beliefs in environmental and social responsibility. Charles & Colvard was founded in 1995 and is based in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park. For more information, please visit https://www.charlesandcolvard.com/.
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