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Up-and-coming New York City jewelry designer Chelsea Kolakowski of CB Designs is pleased to announce the unveiling of her new line of exciting new jewelry pieces. These unique and stunning pieces are inspired by heavy metals, unique stones, skulls in nature and the colors of the cosmos. Chelsea describes her pieces as “pretty jewelry that people have fun wearing”. All pieces are handmade by Chelsea in Astoria, NY.

The majority of CB Designs’ current pieces are materials that can be layered and stacked. The new collection, which can be viewed at http://www.Etsy.com/shop/CBdesignsNYC, is greatly comprised of attractive threads woven into distinctive, sturdy chains, special stones placed with quality metals as rings and impressive necklaces, and dramatic body chains that would compliment any collection as a standout statement piece.

CB Designs is open to creating beautiful and exclusive custom pieces for interested customers. If you are interested in purchasing a piece or having one created especially for you, contact CB Designs at CBdesignsNYC@gmail.com.

To learn more information about CB Designs and this striking jewelry collection, head to these links or contact CB Designs directly at CBdesignsNYC@gmail.com.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/CBdesignsNYC

http://www.facebook.com/CBdesignsNYC

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