Great Falls, MT (PressExposure) April 26, 2011 -- Art comes in many forms and mediums and consumers have a variety of uses for art as well. Ancient techniques are used periodically to give a modern twist to an old concept and the jewelry industry is no exception. Murano glass has been combined with perfume jewelry to create a vintage style accessory that is both classic and trendy. Donna VanHeel, regional sales director for Perfume Jewelry Store, tracked consumer inquiries and reviews over the course of six months and found a significant increase in traffic and subsequent purchases for the scent pendants with art glass.
Perfume jewelry dates back to the Victorian Era and has been rising in popularity with consumers looking to pair a favorite perfume with an everyday accessory. Murano glass has been used in a variety of art forms and the addition to perfume accessories has been well-received. "I've found that consumers like the addition of vibrant color to the perfume jewelry," notes VanHeel. "The Murano glass lends a vintage luxury feel that you just don't get with basic colored glass and the overall effect is one of simple understated class that goes with virtually everything in your closet." VanHeel also notes customers like the additional benefit of being able to interchange their scents and the unique stopper of the perfume jewelry lets the scent diffuse easily into the air and keeps it off their clothing.
Combining the beauty of Murano glass with perfume jewelry has given consumers a wearable work of art that transcends from season to season. Brightly colored and luxuriant glass combined with muted silver and gold pendants have the added benefit of holding a small amount of dab on or spritz on perfume. The specially designed stopper allows for perfume to diffuse into the surrounding over a period of hours.
Perfume Jewelry Store was founded in 2009 and is an online retail store that specializes in perfume jewelry. The site contains helpful articles and hints to assist consumers looking for perfume accessories.
If you'd like more information about this topic or to schedule an interview with Donna VanHeel, please call Donna at 877/244-9625 or email Donna at firstname.lastname@example.org.