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Holly Stephey and Moonglow Jewerly

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Moonglow is no ordinary jewelry. Moonglow is an experience.

We hope you enjoy the experience as much as we enjoy making it available to you!
Moonglow is a fine jewelry company with a hand-crafted specialty line that casts its light across the globe garnering a solid customer base and revenues worldwide.  Founded in 2003 in Montreal, Canada, Moonglow cultivates and markets a unique concept that brings jewelry to life!Artist and jewelry designer, Luc Rouleau is the mastermind behind this inspired concept.  As unique and memorable a man as the jewelry he creates, Rouleau can be found in the Guinness Book of World Records for his memorization of calendar days and moon cycles.Rouleau turned his passion into practical art when he launched Moonglow.  Resultantly, he now offers you a variety of choices including: necklaces, pendants, bracelets, anklets and rings.  Each piece is designed with you in mind. Simply select a date of significance, such as a birthday, anniversary, engagement, wedding, etc. and Moonglow calculates for you, the phase of the moon on that day.  Your personalized pendant is crafted with a framed image of that moon phase. The image shines during the day, absorbs light and casts the radiant essence of your personalized moon through the darkness - a gentle reminder of the things that mean the most to you.In 2012, Moonglow appointed entrepreneur Julien Plouffe as C.E.O.  Beginning in 2010 Mr. Plouffe successfully expanded U.S. distribution and procured a manufacturing plant in New York.  Moonglow is proud to offer a product that is made right here in North America.  Additionally, Mr. Plouffe developed and maintains a professional sales team that makes Moonglow products available to you at craft fairs, county fairs, and jewelry trade shows across the U.S. on a monthly basis, year-round.

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