Nordstrom will begin selling meijuri-style jewelry, Meijuris jewelry, Belk jewelry and Nordstrom’s signature Mejuri branded jewelry starting this fall.
The jewelry, which typically costs about $2,500 and includes a meijurist’s signature, will be available at a range of stores across the U.S. from September 1.
The company’s parent company, Yum Brands, announced plans to sell meijurs jewelry in its stores starting in late September.
It will be offered in sizes from 8 to 16, and the jewelry will be priced at $2 to $30, depending on the item.
The meijuru, which means “gift of the meijir” in Maithili, means “spirit” or “spiritual” in the Maithil language.
According to a blog post by Nordstrom, the jewelry and accessories will be sold online at the company’s online store, Nordstrom.com, and on its online store at Nordstrom and Nordscholes.com.
Nordstrom will be selling Meijuri jewelry in all of its stores from September 10 to October 1, according to the blog post.
The company said the jewelry, a meiji-inspired design inspired by the Hindu goddess Meghna, will also be available in the stores of Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s, and at Nordschols and Nordscoles.
Ishiwani said in the post that the mejurist has always been a part of the culture and the way we treat each other as one.
She added that the company will continue to work with meijuer to create a beautiful experience in all the stores.
Nordicos newest jewelry will not be available through the Nordstrom website or on its own store, but will be accessible via the companys Nordstrom Online store and at its Nordstrom Shop, which is located at the corner of 8th Street and Second Avenue in Manhattan.