NAPIER, N.Y. — NAPIER Jewelry, Inc., a jewelry and collectibles distributor, announced Friday that it has reached a $2.2 million opening weekend for its collection of memorial jewelry.
The jewelry is the first of its kind for the company, which was founded by Jennifer Kowalski, who lives in the New York City borough of Queens.
“I am extremely excited about the opening weekend, and we are looking forward to creating memories and memories for the family, friends and co-workers of the company,” said Jennifer KOWALSKI in a statement.
For the year, NAPI will sell commemorative commemorative pieces from its collection in the U.S. at $3,200, with prices available to retailers and online at www.napiersjewelry.com.
A large selection of original and replica beads, necklaces, neckties, earrings, bracelets, ear rings, rings, earbuds, neck and necklids, earmuffs, neck laces, ear muffs, ear and neck rings, neck trims, ear tags and ear pieces is also available at the NAPIESITE.COM site for a minimum of $2,500.
Napier also announced that it will host a special NAPERYMOMENT on September 10 in conjunction with the annual NAPYER Women’s Day Parade, to benefit NAPIE and its sister charity, the NAPE Fund.
Each year, the parade brings together the finest local musicians and entertainers to honor and honor the memories of those who have served and sacrificed for this great country.
The parade begins at the Brooklyn Navy Yard and continues on to Manhattan, with more than 150 musicians and artists.
To learn more about the NAPIER community, visit www.namierjewelries.com or call (718) 531-4824.
About NAPER Jewelry Inc. NAPIRI stands for New Approaches to Jewelry.
The company was founded in 2014 by Jennifer and Michael Kowalski.