Tateossians new listings

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Tateossian has announced that it has gained new listings for its new jewellery offerings on China Airlines, All Nippon Airways (ANA), Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines.

‘We are delighted that in 2010 our in the air shopping portfolio is growing, with new key partners and new products on existing airlines. We will continue to offer affordable price tags combined with the signature Tateossian classic cool style,’ said Robert Tateossian

The company says that China Airlines will stock the Tateossian pebble pendant at $129. The company says this signature perforated pebble is made from solid sterling silver and is 'is an elegant and classic piece of jewellery that suits the contemporary woman, perfect for every occasion'.

At the same time, All Nippon Airways (ANA) is carrying Tateossian's blue single strand braided Italian leather bracelet, finished with a 925 sterling silver clasp. The company says this suits men of all ages and styles and is retailing at Y.15,000 ($167.32).

Then last, but not least, both Singapore Airlines (DFASS) and Malaysia Airlines has introduced the Tateossian expandable multi-coloured bracelet, priced at $129 on board. The company said: ‘This effortlessly stylish bracelet combines coloured fibre-optic glass beads in aqua, sage and purple colours, with rhodium plated metal beads.

Established in 1990, Tateossian is celebrating 20 years in 2010 and last year it won a silver award at the Frontier Awards for its went to Tateossian Gulliver Watch and Grill Cufflinks set.


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