Add to your collection of everyday fine jewelry

Are you in the market for a new piece of everyday fine jewelry? Look no further than Newstar Jewelers.

From earrings and necklaces to rings and watches, patrons will find a variety of styles await them.

“We carry a few lines of jewelry that are more for everyday wear,” said Theresa Murphy, owner of the Joliet-based Newstar Jewelers.

While at a lower price point, the pieces are made with sterling silver, cubic zirconia and genuine colored stones.

“They are somewhere between costume and fine jewelry,” Murphy said. “We like to make sure the designs are current with today’s fashion, they are well made and they are priced for an anytime purchase.”

Original Hardware, one of Newstar Jewelers’ current lines, uses silver and bronze along with genuine diamonds and colored stones to create a very natural, organic look. The collection features necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings

“They are handmade in Colorado,” Murphy said. “Prices start around $40 for their simple earrings and up to $300 for some of their ‘Everyday Diamond’ collection.”

Ti Sento, the store’s newest designer, is the collection where “classic beauty meets unexpected desires.” The sterling silver pieces are created with goldsmith standards.

Ti Sento’s collection includes stackable rings, ear hoops with changeable dangles, bracelets with removable charms and necklaces that can be layered to create an individual’s own look.

“With starting prices of $59, you can mix and match the designs to fit your style,” Murphy said.

If you are looking to add to your collection of everyday fine jewelry, shop the collection at Newstar Jewelers.

Newstar Jewelers : 2417 W Jefferson Street : Joliet, IL 60435 : 815.741.8502 : https://www.newstarjewelers.net/

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