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Company unveils to showcase high end men's and women's accessories


New York, NY – December, 16th 2013 –  New premium brand Bracaletti has debuted a collection of luxury cufflinks and elegant cuff bracelets.
The introduction highlights a promising sterling silver cufflink collection featuring arches and abstract shapes.  “Our cufflinks represent our company very well, with the same arches that are prominent in our logo.  And centerpieces made from precious, hand-cut black onyx stones or stylish enamel.”  said Roberto 'Rob' Sacal, Bracaletti’s Founder, at the company’s launch event.
Bracaletti  held a launch event during which it’s founders, Rob Sacal and Shawn Bauder, introduced their first product collection.  Comprised of five fashionable cufflinks and three elegant cuff bracelets. 
The top-sellers at the event were Bracaletti’s popular cuff bracelets.  “We make bracelets that blend a smooth organic style with the strength of bold chic” said chief creative Shawn Bauder.  
The event also served to launch the Bracaletti website, which Roberto unveiled during a toast at the end of the event.  “The website is as focused on the products as we are, they are the first thing you see”  said Rob Sacal.
About Bracaletti, LLC
Bracaletti was founded by Roberto Sacal and Shawn Bauder in New York, NY.  Their collection and the Bracaletti logo’s design are inspired by the elegant simplicity and beauty of linear objects. 
Bracaletti takes it’s name in homage to Roberto’s father Rafael.  Who at 27 years old opened his first jewelry store in the United States, named Bracaletti.  Opened for just a short time, it would lead to a career as the owner chief executive of Casa Aries Mexico S.A. de C.V., a world-renowned player in the manufacturing and retailing of leather goods and fashion accessories including cufflinks based in Mexico City. The name is a portmanteau of the Italian words bracialetto and gemelli that can be more easily pronounced in English and Spanish.