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Itricate that reflects the Western style
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Jul '09
Delamina, the new fine jewelry site that speaks directly to women, and provides them with a place to explore their own unique style in a fun and relaxed environment is now showcasing the intricate, multi-cultural designs of Crysobel.

"I love that Delamina provides today's modern woman with a comfortable setting where she can explore a collection of beautiful, quality jewelry online," stated Gaitra Chandra Raj, designer of Crysobel. "Many women do not have the time or luxury of going out to shop for themselves. I appreciate that Delamina provides them with power to buy their own jewelry at their convenience."

The jewelry of Crysobel is inspired by its designer's multicultural background. Her pieces bridge the cultural differences between East and West. They are intricate, ornamental and culturally rich, yet simple and minimalistic to reflect the Western style.

Gaitra was born in Sri Lanka, but as a very young child moved around Southeast Asia and Africa living in Sierra Leone and Liberia before moving to the United States, where she attended Clarkson University in New York and then received her MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.

"My ideal customer would be someone like Halle Berry because she loves jewelry and has a unique, eclectic and modern style, much like the designs of Crysobel," comments Gaitra. She says her jewelry is very popular in New York and Los Angeles, where fashion forward, bold, modern pieces are much more commonly worn than in more conservative areas.

Delamina features an initial set of 20 jewelry designers with approximately one-thousand pieces. They are currently actively seeking hot new designers who meet the highest quality standards.

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