Fave Local Boutique Debuts New Jewelry Collection — Green with Envy?

Fave Local Boutique Debuts New Jewelry Collection — Green with Envy?

CLUTCH YOUR PEARLS — er, emeralds, Houstonians! There’s a new jewelry line in town, and it's perfect for those who want to get a jump on holiday shopping. Debuting this week at Elizabeth Anthony, the exclusive collection from Graziela x Muzo is inspired by founder and designer Graziela Kaufman’s native country of Brazil.

Featuring Muzo’s responsibly mined Colombian emeralds, the Paraíso Collection comprises rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces priced from $11,000 to $146,000. Kaufman hand-selected the gems for the most dynamic, vivid green collection.


“The exquisite emeralds that come from Muzo’s mine are vibrant in color, exemplary in cut and polish and sustainable in origin,” she said in a release. Kaufman and Muzo share a commitment to social and environmental responsibility, such as utilizing conflict-free stones; additionally, Muzo’s “mine-to-market” process is transparent and traceable.

Adored by celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Lopez and Julia Roberts, Kaufman shares she is excited to share the collection with Elizabeth Anthony and Houston.

The Uptown Park boutique is hosting Graziela and the new collection with a trunk show from Wed., Oct. 19, to Fri., Oct. 21 (10am-6pm).

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