ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Nothing says romance like the new designer jewelry collection from Relios. America’s leading designer and manufacturer of contemporary sterling silver and genuine gemstone jewelry is introducing “Te Amo” – set to debut on its retail website later this month. Like its name, which is Spanish for “I love you,” the new natural lifestyle collection features a fresh take on a traditional expression of romance – hearts.

“Like a ride into the sunset, Te Amo is romance with a touch of adventure,” says Collection Designer and Vice President Carolyn Pollack. “Its colorful heart-shaped gemstones make it as bold and unique as the Southwestern lifestyle itself, yet it displays a very feminine touch with its sculptural sterling silver Spanish lace detailing,” adds Pollack.

Te Amo collection Drawing on inspiration from the softer side of the southwestern lifestyle, Te Amo Collection’s Spanish lace recreates the delicate tracery of scrolls, fragile netting, and floral designs of filigree in sterling silver. From there, colorful heart-shaped natural gemstones create a soft color palette adding to a distinctive feminine look.

“The heart motif is always a popular look, no matter what the season,” says Designer Carolyn Pollack. “Te Amo is timeless, so it works well for gift-giving. Its casual elegance also makes it the perfect gift to give to yourself!”

The new Te Amo collection is available on-line at

Relios Jewelry designs and manufactures more than 100 new items per season in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Their moderate to upper price point jewelry is captured in their many American lifestyle collections that can be found online at Jewelry by Relios is made from sterling silver and genuine gemstones, right here in the USA.

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