Purple Posy Releases the Winter Splendor Collection

Press Release updated: Oct 31, 2017 12:43 EDT

Designer Joan Marie from Purple Posy is releasing the Winter Splendor Collection.

The collection features a selection of handmade lockets inspired by the magical time of winter at twilight, when the air is crisp and the newly fallen snow shimmers and sparkles.

The Winter Splendor Collection will be released on Nov. 6, 2017.

Lockets are not only beautiful but also functional. They are a place to keep a secret, a picture of a loved one, words of inspiration or a love note.

Joan Marie, Owner/Designer

Icy blues and dazzling whites along with rich antique golds and silvers come together in this truly stunning collection. Each piece is handmade by the designer herself. Many of the lockets are limited in quantity and some are one of a kind. Lockets are a great way to cherish special memories and hold them close to the heart. The Winter Splendor collection is sure to add a bit of sparkle and magic to this holiday season and remind the wearer of their fondest memories for years to come.

Visit www.purpleposyco.etsy.com to view the collection.

About Purple Posy

Joan Marie has been designing vintage-inspired lockets since 2011. Her love of jewelry combined with beauty and functionality naturally lead to their creation. Lockets are not only beautiful but also functional. They are a place to keep a secret, a picture of a loved one, words of inspiration or a love note.  Purple Posy has become a favorite for those seeking vintage-inspired meaningful jewelry with a modern edge.

For more information about the Winter Splendor Collection or for an interview with Joan Marie, please write to [email protected]. Media high-res photos are available upon request.

Source: Purple Posy

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