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Lucrative Middle East lures Jewellary Designer
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Apr '08
Tatiana Góes, a renowned Brazilian jewellary designer, is known for her exclusive range of ornaments in gold and silver. She has recently launched her 'Alfama' collection, inspired by flowers and plants.

The earrings and necklaces from 'Alfama', are crafted from red and grey silk yarn with beautiful crystal embellishments on them. The designs are once again a big hit among the Brazilian women for there fine artisanship.

Tatiana, has potential clients in France, US, Argentina and Spain, however she now wants to focus on the lucrative Middle East market. Tatiana believes that, her delicate and sophisticated jewellary will enhance the beauty of Arab women.

The Brazilian stones that feature most in the pendants, rings, and earrings of Góes, are crystal, amethyst, citrine, and quartz in shades of pink and grey.

Tatiana gained maximum fame from participating in international fairs like the Bijorhca, in Paris for two consecutive years. She plans to attract more attention from global buyers once again, by putting up her sparkling stall in September 2008 at Bijorhca.


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