LOS ANGELES, Nov. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Driven by passion and inspiration, Johnathon Arndt, Newman Arndt and Stanley K. Kwok, traveled the world to realize their vision. The Founders sought the finest jewels the world had to offer. The Founders all consuming love affair with jewels is expressed in the perfection of their designs. They offer exquisite one of a kind designs from one million to two hundred eighty million dollars to international clientele. Most popular in the Asian market, clients fly to and from the United States to obtain Johnathon Arndt designs. Johnathon Arndt Gallery of Jewels catapulted into the national spotlight when they formed an alliance with Academy of Country Music, Country Music Associate, MusiCares, the Starlight Foundation and The Society of Singers. The collected has graced the red carpet on a number of high profile events, including the Academy Awards, Grammy's, Academy of Country Music Awards, and the Country Music Association Awards. Carrie Underwood will unveil the latest item from the Johnathon Arndt Collection at the CMA's in Nashville on November 7, 2007. The 18 KT pink gold and diamond ladies watch hosts 19ct of diamonds and all Swiss movement is a Johnathon Arndt original design which retails for $295,000. The watch collection and design has been in the making for over two years. Underwood will wear a total of nine pieces and approximately seven million dollars worth of jewels from her red carpet arrival and performance to the after party. The Founders have been working with Underwood for a couple of years now as her style and elegance are very representative of the brand. Having seen the beauty and perfection that the world has to offer, the Founders of the Johnathon Arndt Gallery of Jewels are equally passionate about improving the lives of those around them. As entrepreneurs and philanthropists, the Founders have committed their resources to helping those non-profit organizations and charitable foundations that champion causes close to their heart. Over the years, the Founders have worked with a number of international and national non-profit organizations to raise awareness and funds for good causes. Deeply committed to improving the lives of societies forgotten and those in need, the Johnathon Arndt Gallery of Jewels focuses its resources on aiding those charities and non-profit organizations all over the world that touch the lives of children and the elderly. Working and Sponsoring with Star-Light Star Bright Foundation honoring Steven Spielberg, Grammy Music Cares Foundation honoring Brian Wilson, Grammy Music Cares Foundation honoring James Taylor, Society of Singers honoring Celine Dion, Society of Singers honoring Sir Elton John, The Dorough Lupus Foundation with Howie Dorough and The Academy of Country Music Foundation. The exclusive Johnathon Arndt Gallery of Jewels can be viewed by appointment only.
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