Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Wraptillion Retail Company Uses Rotor Clip Rings In Jewelry Products

We here at Rotor Clip don't normally view our product as anything "retail-related".  Not that it would be a bad thing; as a matter of fact, the world would be a much easier place for us if buyers could simply pick up our products at their local Target.  Alas, the marketing mastermind for that trick hasn't come along yet.

Thankfully, Kelly Jones, owner of Wraptillion, has done even better than that.  Jones' company crafts handmade jewelry out of industrial parts made in America and titanium material from aerospace manufacturers.  What sort of industrial parts?  Well we don't like to brag but:

Wraptillion's Wisteria Earring line was a finalist in
NICHE Magazine's annual awards for "Fashion Jewelry"
Yup, those are Rotor Clip-made retaining rings as the centerpiece of various lines of earrings, pendants, and necklaces borne from the imaginative ingenuity of Ms. Jones and her team.  Her Wisteria earrings line (right) was recently chosen as a finalist in NICHE Magazine's 2013 "NICHE Awards", which recognize artists who provide creative products in the fine craft and retail industries.  Clearly those in her field recognize how important Ms Jones blending of aesthetics and engineering is for both the American retail and manufacturing sectors in relevance and cooperation.

Wraptillion products can be found in stores all over regions of the US like Seattle, Minneapolis, and Portland, Oregon.  A full list of retail locations can be found here.

Donal Thoms-Cappello is a freelance writer for Rotor Clip Company.

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