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Blue Gold Joins the KOSHA Bookmark Collection in a Pre-Series of 99 Numbered Pieces

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, November 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Blue Gold joins the KOSHA bookmark collection. A pre-series of 99 numbered pieces will be available from 6th December 2012 in selected shops and on http://www.kosha.ch. Blue Gold is an alloy of 18 carat gold and iron. It is applied in a thin layer on a stainless steel base combining the flexibility and resistance of steel with the beauty and prestige of Blue Gold.

     (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121116/574295 )

A new gift box perfects the present

Since its release in September 2011, the KOSHA bookmark has captivated young and old with its simplicity, its beauty and originality. Particularly appreciated as a gift, it is offered today in a brand new gift box - simple and elegant. An integrated message card perfects the present.

Designed & made in Switzerland

As with other references in the collection - Black Gold, Red Gold and Stainless Steel - a quote on the subject of reading is engraved behind each piece. The KOSHA bookmark is a high-quality object, made by Swiss craftsmen with special attention to detail. The aesthetic is signed by Claudio D'Amore (1976), designer and founder of the KOSHA brand.

Materials & dimensions

Blue Gold (new): alloy of 18 carat gold and iron applied on stainless steel (99 Euro)
Black Gold: alloy of 9 carat gold and nickel applied on stainless steel (75 Euro)
Red Gold: alloy of 16 carat gold and copper applied on stainless steel (75 Euro)
Stainless Steel: high quality stainless steel combining resistance and flexibility (45 Euro)

Dimensions: 172x43x0.3 mm

Retailers & online shop

Available worldwide at http://www.kosha.ch and in more than 70 shops in Switzerland, France and USA.

Complete list: http://www.kosha.ch/en/Retailers.php

Blue Gold version will be available from 6th December. Preorder at http://www.kosha.ch

Download pictures and texts in French, German and English: http://www.kosha.ch/en/Download.php

Contact

KOSHA
Olivier Tâche
rue de l'Ale 30
CH-1003 Lausanne
olivier@kosha.ch
+41-21-312-81-36
http://www.kosha.ch

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