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Township Girl Wins Mother’s Day Jewelry Design Contest

The two winning designs in the Venus Jewelers Mother’s Day design contest. (Photo: Venus Jewelers).

A 9-year-old township girl was one of two winners in a Mother’s Day jewelry design contest sponsored by a local jeweler.

The contest, run by Venus Jewelers in the Rutgers Plaza on Easton Avenue, was held on Facebook, where viewers were invited to vote for their favorite design. More than 1,000 votes were cast.

The First Place design, a “Bird of Love,” was made by Jadyn Caroajal. The design was rendered by Venus Jewelers’ CAD system and will be made into a “one-of-a-kind” necklace, according to a press release from Venus.

The Runner-Up design was made by Fayley (no last name given), a 7-year-old from Branchburg, who drew a “smiling rainbow,” according to the release. Faley’s design will also be created by Venus.

All of the contestants will be awarded a gemstone “for their hard work and ingenuity,” the release said.

“This year, more than ever, Venus Jewelers wanted to recognize the hard-working mothers out there going above and beyond during the stay-at-home restrictions of COVID-19,” Peter Stavrianidis, principal of Venus Jewelers, said in the release.

CAD jewelry design is the cutting edge in creating bespoke jewelry.  Venus’ in house master jewelry designer is able to translate any concept into a one of a kind masterpiece with 3d life like sketches and make real time adjustments.   Venus Jewelers is a fifth-generation family-owned and operated business that has been in operation for 40 years at its present location in Somerset, New Jersey. Venus is known for its vast designer bridal selection, custom-design work, repair services and as direct diamond importers and was voted Courier News “Best of the Best” jewelers by the Readers Choice Contest. Visit www.venusjewelers.com for more information.

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