Chicago Area Jewelry Line Teru Amaro Puts Bling Rings on Hands of Celeb Moms

Jewelry Line Teru Amaro is gifting its chic, Swarovski Crystal bling rings to Beyonce, Jennifer Garner, Kourtney Kardashian and 23 other Hollywood Moms in a collaborative gift bag prepared by The Artisan Group in honor of Mother’s Day 2012!

Online PR News – 24-April-2012 – Aurora, Illinois – This May, Chicago area jewelry line Teru Amaro, owned by River Forest, Illinois native Dana D’Angelo, will be putting a ring on it; or rather, on the hands of some of some Hollywood’s most talked about Moms.

Teru Amaro rings, which D'Angelo designs and individually handcrafts using Swarovski crystals and Miyuki crystal and glass beads, will be included in collaborative gift bags to be delivered to the homes of 25 celebrity moms, including Beyonce, Jennifer Garner and Kourtney Kardashian, in time for Mother’s Day. This is not the first time Teru Amaro rings have landed in the hands of the stars. Its “Glam” and “Princess” rings have gone to Katie Holmes and daughter Suri, and Teru Amaro was recently selected to gift Sarah Jessica Parker. Teru Amaro rings will also be included in celebrity gift bags at the MTV Movie Awards in June.


Teru Amaro rings are in demand not just for their beauty but for their versatility. D'Angelo designs the rings using top of the line, industry standard crystals and beads, and structures them as one size fits all, which takes the worry out of finding a ring that fits and lets them work on any finger. It also makes them ideal for gift giving. Teru Amaro also offers custom rings. Pulling from a palette of over 200 colors, Teru Amaro can match rings to almost any outfit.

According to D’Angelo, 12 locations carry the work and the line has been featured in about a dozen trunk shows over the last year. “Teru Amaro rings are collected,” said D’Angelo. “They’re stylish and elegant but also affordable. Customers don’t stop at one or two, but come back for more colors and styles. They also love that the rings receive so many compliments. It’s not unusual for boutiques to have new customers come in asking to buy the rings based on a referral from a friend.”

D’Angelo launched Teru Amaro in 2009 when she realized, after funding a water project and mission trip to Zambia through the sale of her jewelry, that she had a viable product to sell. The name Teru Amaro is a family tribute. D’Angelo’s mother was Japanese and her husband is Italian. Teru is D’Angelo’s middle name, and means “brilliant light” in Japanese. Amaro refers to the distinctive bittersweet Italian herbal liqueur that is a much-loved after-dinner tradition on her husband’s side of the family. “My jewelry is a blend of superior Japanese materials and stellar Italian flair,” said D’Angelo, “so the name Teru Amaro suits the line.”

Teru Amaro supports a variety of charitable causes. Currently it donates part of sales from its Autism Awareness rings to the Autism Society ( “It’s a thrill to have Teru Amaro jewelry designs in the hands of trend setters like Beyonce,” said D’Angelo. “At the same time, it’s important that I use my jewelry and my business to support organizations that are helping people in need.”

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About Teru Amaro

Ten years ago, River Forest, Illinois native, Dana D’Angelo learned how to make jewelry and in 2007 created her first band ring using Japanese jewelry-making techniques. In 2009, D’Angelo turned her passion into a business when she launched her own jewelry line, Teru Amaro. Her collection now includes bracelets, necklaces and earrings and is available in boutiques throughout the United States and Canada. Despite the rapid expansion of Teru Amaro, D'Angelo still makes each piece by hand using high quality materials.

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