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Bay Area fashionistas will be able to shop the latest jewelry collection by nationally-acclaimed artist, Zachary Pryor. Copious, a social commerce site, announced today the launch of Copious Spotlight events, which will kickoff by featuring Pryor’s bold creations on Sunday, July 1 from 4 to 7 p.m. at WISH Bar and Lounge.
Pryor will be selling 200 one-of-a-kind pieces off of his Copious profile at 50-70% off retail price and raffling off an exclusive statement necklace from his collection. As one of the most celebrated sellers on Copious, Pryor continues to sell his jewelry to fans across the country who identify with his intriguing aesthetic and colorful personal narratives married to each creation.
“Through Copious, I’m able to connect with my buyers socially, which has inspired me to create new, unique pieces and reveal the story attached to each of them”, Pryor said. “Since I’ve joined Copious I’ve been able to reach and sell to a much larger audience than ever before.”
Pryor’s career in jewelry making began serendipitously when he recreated his favorite painting into earrings. Conscious of the negative impact of new metal mining, Pryor up-cycles metals he finds across the country into striking pieces of jewelry. He makes a point to tell each piece’s story and reveal its elements’ origins as well as integrating his own source of inspiration into the narrative.
His jewelry and their stories can be found on his Copious profile, but San Francisco jewelry junkies have a chance to browse through his latest collection at unbelievably discounted prices at WISH, a New York-style lounge known for its eclectic drink menu and live DJ’s.
Copious is a social marketplace that puts people at the center of the experience. Featured in InStyle, Refinery29, TechCrunch and Man Repeller and loved by our hundreds of thousands of users, Copious makes it easy for people to buy and sell the things they love. The social actions our users take make the Copious experience even better (and all of their connections get the benefit of their style, too). Copious connects users to their interests — people, trends, brands, etc. — starting first in the fashion category.