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JG Sassy Jewelry Trunk Show

Don't miss your chance to shop an assortment (more than 400 pieces!) of the Stephanie Kantis Jewelry Collection—for not one, but two days, at JG Sassy.

By Jamie Edelen | January 30, 2014, 9:00 am

-JG Sassy Facebook Page
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JG Sassy Jewelry Trunk Show

Don't miss your chance to shop an assortment (more than 400 pieces!) of the Stephanie Kantis Jewelry Collection—for not one, but two days, at JG Sassy.

By Jamie Edelen | January 30, 2014, 9:00 am

-JG Sassy Facebook Page

Don't miss your chance to shop an assortment (more than 400 pieces!) of the Stephanie Kantis Jewelry Collection—for not one, but two days, at JG Sassy.

The line, which features mainly 24-karat gold vermeil (originally bronze) pieces adorned with semi-precious stones, is typically carried in larger department stores, such as Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, as well as a select few boutiques throughout the world. So take advantage of this opportunity to shop the line so close to home! Not to mention, a representative from the label will be there to answer any and all questions.

Be sure to stop by and go home happy with one of Stephanie Kantis' classic, yet colorful statement pieces.

When: Thursday, February 6th and Friday, February 7th

Where: 7701 Bellona Ave.




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