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Mother's Day Gifts $25 and Under from Jill Zarin Jewelry

Since her departure from The Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin has launched a chic collection of costume jewelry, which is full of Mother's Day gift possibilities. Better yet, many of Jill's fashion-forward, standout statement pieces are $25 or less!

Jill Zarin
"The inspiration behind the Jill Zarin Jewelry Collection came from my desire to have a line that was affordable and clearly represented my taste and style," the reality TV star says in a press release.  "I like my jewelry to be bold and colorful.  They should be something someone notices and become a topic of conversation.  Jewelry can often be a way for people to connect."

The collection features designs that embody Jill's socialite status and includes two distinct lines--NYC Signature Classics ($18 to $78) inspired by her jet set New York City lifestyle, with vignettes named after NY locales (Upper East Side, Central Park, Lincoln Center, etc), and the Fashion Statement Collections ($28 to $150) inspired by Jill's travels around the world.

Within the Fashion Statement Collections, the author of Secrets of a Jewish Mother offers the Fashion Week-inspired "The Runway" collection and the new "Hamptons Collection Summer 2013" that features hammered metal and has an "ultra beach chic" vibe.

Manufactured by GLITTERINGS, the Jill Zarin Jewelry Collection is fashioned with high quality materials like 14K gold plating, fine Austrian crystals, Abalone stones and genuine leather.

"Fashion jewelry is often thought of as disposable due to the wide array of low quality products that flood the market place," she explains, "however, my customer recognizes phenomenal value."



Purchase Jill Zarin's jewelry online or at Lord & Taylor's flagship store in New York City.

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