Bella & Beau Brings Pet Collar Charms to the Market


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Bella & Beau is bringing the charm bracelet market and the pet jewelry market together, offering charms that fit both bracelets and the company’s specially designed leather dog collars.

“It’s true that collecting sentimental charms for just about any and every occasion has been incredibly popular in the women’s jewelry industry both nationwide and abroad,” said Jim Broshat, Bella & Beau president and founder. “Now with the launch of Bella & Beau, there’s a very high quality and fashionable option for pet owners to enjoy giving and expanding upon that are as uniquely designed as each individual pet or pet owner who wears them.”

Bella & Beau has more than 200 dog charms—some sentimental, some humorous and some made with Swarovski Crystals. The company’s collars come in black, pink and blue in a variety of sizes and are made with leather and a silver snake chair to accommodate attachable charms.

“Start with just one charm or five and collect over time to commemorate a special occasion, a personality trait or any milestone that you share with your dog,” Broshat said. “There’s no limit to the creativity or variation on any dog’s collar or owner’s bracelet.”

Some of Bella & Beaut’s charm collections include Family & Friends, Birthstones & Birthdays, Rescue & Causes, Paws & Bones, Holidays, Kennel Club and Dog’s Life. The company makes collectable Story Cards that come with each charm, written from a dog’s perspective. 

 

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