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Trollbeads store coming to South Hills Village

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
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Trollbeads, a bead-on bracelet brand, is opening a store in South Hills Village on Sept. 20.
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Trollbeads, a bead-on bracelet brand, is opening a store in South Hills Village on Sept. 20. The shop also offers options for men.
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Trollbeads, a bead-on bracelet brand is opening a store in South Hills Village on Sept. 20.
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Trollbeads, a bead-on bracelet brand, is opening a store in South Hills Village on Sept. 20.

The beads reflect moments in life.

Trollbeads is a bead-on bracelet brand, and carries handcrafted bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings. The company invites customers to create their own jewelry by starting with a bracelet and adding beads, spacers or other items. Customers can also opt to have one made.

A store opened Friday at South Hills Village.

It’s the 135th location, with three more expected in the next six months. Trollbeads began in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1976.

The first 1,000 customers Friday will receive a $100 voucher that can be used over the weekend. There will also be a glass demonstrator for customers to watch the bead-making process.

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 724-853-5062, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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