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Gucci To Create Special Jewelry For The Grammys-Florida Jewelry

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The world renowned timepiece and Jewelry maker, Gucci, and The Grammy Awards have signed a three-year agreement that will have Gucci designing a unique collection of watches and Jewelry for the Grammys. Gucci has always had strong support from the countless musicians that attend the Grammy Awards every year and hopes to honor these talented and loyal clientele by having its famous creative director, Frida Giannini, design the special collection her self. Proceeds from the sale of this collection will go to the Grammy Museum, which is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of milestone musical recordings for the enjoyment of future generations.

Gucci has a great history of commitments to the preservation of the arts. 90 years of success allows Gucci to provide support to some worth while causes, such as Martin Scorsese’s non-profit organization , The Film Foundation. The Film Foundation was founded in 1990 and is dedicated to preserving films. Its five year relationship with Gucci has resulted in the restoration of six classic films that will survive to enrich the lives of future generations. The Grammy Museum hopes to do the same thing but with music. Judging by the success Gucci has had with The Film Foundation, I do not doubt this partnership will succeed in preserving historically significant moments and recordings of our musical heritage.

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-Carlos at Raymond Lee Jewelers

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Omega Speedmaster: A History

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The Omega Speedmaster can trace its origins back to 1848 where Louis Brandt began to created a small work-shop in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The first wristwatches were produced in 1899, while the Omega Watch Co. was founded in 1903. The name “Omega” comes from the last letter of the Greek alphabet, therefore representing “the ultimate.”

The Omega Speedmaster is so highly regarded that it  was the first and only watch to be worn on the moon. The  US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) searched for a timepiece that could stand up to its strict standards. Its quality is of such caliber that NASA has declared this timepiece to be its official chronograph. It is also slandered equipment for the Russian space agency NPO Energija.

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