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April 10, 2019

Japan's advanced material innovation meets Irish tradition with COBARION Claddagh and Paul Costelloe.

Japan's advanced material innovation meets Irish tradition with COBARION Claddagh and Paul Costelloe.

"I am very excited to be working closely with Kyocera to make the COBARION Claddagh a success for Japan, and for the world," said Paul Costelloe, a world renowned Irish-born designer.

Have you heard about COBARION? It is a new material that rivals platinum in shine but which is much less likely to cause metal allergies. The material was developed at Tohoku University and Eiwa Co, LTD.

The new Paul Costelloe Claddagh series, including pendent, rings, and earrings are now available in Japan and the part of the sales will be donated to the recovery support for the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami that caused great damage to Fukushima and the surrounding regions.

By using COBARION, Kyocera combines cutting edge Japanese technology with a several hundred year old traditional Irish Claddagh design and helps to preserve classical Irish design traditions worldwide. Jessica Costelloe, an popular opera singer and daughter of Paul showcases the elegant jewelries.

To see more images of the new Paul Costelloe Claddagh series, please visit: https://lnkd.in/fcU-KRy

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