Bark & Sparkle announces a first in the world of canine couture — a series of collectible, limited edition crystal collars.
(PRWEB) December 6, 2005 — No bones about it — these collars are different.
Bark & Sparkle has begun a series of collectible, limited edition crystal dog collars.
Entirely handcrafted of Swarovski lead crystal and sterling silver, the newest addition to its line of canine neckwear is a glittering Limited Edition called “Christmas Trees.”
Conceived as the first in a collectible series, the collar comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and features three Christmas trees in a dazzling field of snow, each sporting festive red decorations and topped with bright yellow stars.
“I wanted to create something unique — special pieces people could buy knowing they’d be among the select few to own them,” said Laurie Vien, owner of Bark & Sparkle. “Our Christmas collectible collar seemed like the natural first for the series.” She continues, “Everyone feels that their dog is the most special one in the world … so why shouldn’t they wear equally special collars?”
Vien plans to release other holiday collectible collars in upcoming months, each one available for a limited time and accompanied by a signed and dated certificate verifying it as an authentic Bark & Sparkle creation.
About Bark & Sparkle
Bark & Sparkle operates on the premise that divas come in all shapes and sizes, and that like women who crave a fabulous pair of shoes, dogs appreciate a little glamour of their own. The company offers a full line of Swarovski crystal collars for dogs as well as matching necklaces and bracelets for their owners. Owner Laurie Vien makes her home in Vermont with her husband and their four dogs. Ten percent of all profits is donated to animal charities.
For more info, product samples, or high-resolution photographs, please contact Laurie Vien at 802.893.2345 or e-mail protected from spam bots.
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