Jeweler Matthew Trent's Daughter Debuts Charming Collection

| April 1, 2020 | Lifestyle Style & Beauty Shop

This Dallas jeweler unveils one of his secret gems—daughter Kiley Trent! Her new line “Our Favorite Daughter” is now available exclusively at Matthew Trent—just in time to help celebrate Mother’s Day.

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The “Our Favorite Daughter” collection consists of bracelets and necklaces that can be paired with a wide variety of personalized, unique crafted charms including initials, hearts, paw print, dog bone, bird, flower, wishbone, horseshoe, letters, numbers and more.

“The charms were created to be able to celebrate milestones and things you love,” says designer Kiley Trent. Start with a special occasion, like Mother’s Day, to gift a bracelet and charm, and then continue adding on charms for other special moments like birthdays and holidays. “The pieces are casual yet exceptional and can be worn anywhere and everywhere.”

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All of the pieces are customizable and handmade with the impeccable Matthew Trent quality many have come to know. Bracelets are available in 18kt or a combination of 18kt and sterling silver ranging from $2,100-$4,500. Necklaces are made in 18kt white, yellow or rose gold, as well as sterling silver and range from $300-$1,100. The charms, starting at $250, are available in 18kt white, yellow or rose gold. The charms can be attached to bracelets or necklaces at the Matthew Trent store making it an interactive experience to see first-hand how the jewelry is made.

“I got the first charm bracelet as a gift from Kiley last Mother’s Day,” says Kiley’s mother, Lori. “I absolutely love it! Not only is it wearable and meaningful, it’s everything any mom would absolutely cherish as a gift.”

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To order, email Kiley at kiley@matthewtrent.com, call 214.871.9170, text 469.442.6978 or message order inquires to @matthewtrentjewelry. As of April 24, contactless curbside pickup is available. matthewtrent.com

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Photography by: Courtesy of Matthew Trent