Italian Porrati Bridal Jewelry Collection Now at Samuel's Jewelers
Samuel's Jewelers, Samuels Diamonds, Rogers Jewelers, Andrews Jewelers, and Schubach Jewelers announced the launch of a Bridal jewelry collection by the renowned Italian Luxury brand Porrati. Porrati was created in the 90's by designer Roberta Porrati.
All pieces in the Porrati Bridal Collection are 14 karat gold, handset with diamonds and precious gemstones. Exclusively designed and imported for each jewelry brand, this collection blends perfectly with each of the jewelry brand's history of helping over one million brides say " I Do".
"The Porrati Bridal collections in line with our goal to offer a wide variety of unique bridal collections to give brides and grooms a bridal jewelry experience they will never forget," says COO Michael Feinman. "Porrati's Italian roots brings the romance and dream of an Italian honeymoon for the bride-to-be."
Porrati designs exclusively for celebrities and royalty, and lends itself to the Red Carpet look. The bridal collection, inspired by Italian cities known for fine craftsmanship, lets the bride and groom take a journey through the Renaissance of Florence, the Baroque in Venice and experience the eternity of Rome. Crafted by Italian masters with hand-chosen, hand-set diamonds and precious gemstones, set in 14K gold, the Porrati Bridal collection is the perfect addition to the Samuels' Jewelry family.
Visit http://www.samuelsjewelers.com/porrati_stores or any of 5 store websites and be the first to discover the beauty of Porrati Bridal.
Samuels Jewelers and Samuels Diamonds have been serving jewelry customers since 1891. Their 120-year diamond tradition began in San Francisco, where Albert Samuels first opened his doors in 1891. Rogers Jewelers, Andrews Jewelers, & Schubach Jewelers is where style meets value. Whether it's their bridal, diamond, fashion or men's collections, they design and craft exquisite jewelry to be unique, but affordable; trendsetting, yet timeless. And they've been doing so for more than a hundred years.