Ippolita, which received a cash influx last year through an investment by private equity fund Castanea Partners, is taking steps to safeguard and diversify its business in the troubled economic climate.
Last year, the company launched Ippolita 925, its first silver line, joining its existing 18-karat gold line. The silver line features electroplated, hammered silver bangles and gemstone rings and retails for $175 to $1,800. The Ippolita 18-karat line sells for $295 to $25,000.
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