Luxury Link Boutique Offers Exclusive Merchandise at Auction

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ — As part of a new strategy to meet consumer demand for luxury goods online, Luxury Link, the world’s leading luxury travel web site (www.luxurylink.com), launched non-travel merchandise auctions in January.

Applying the same principles guiding Luxury Link’s ultra successful travel auctions, the Luxury Link Boutique will feature items of extraordinary and unique character exclusively. The initial launch offers a hand-picked selection of private estate and vintage jewelry.

Sample pieces planned for sale include a signed ladies’ Tiffany pendant watch circa 1894, as well as a signed emerald and diamond Art Deco necklace from Koch, circa 1915. Koch was established in 1879 by Robert Koch and became one of Germany’s leading jewelers. Koch was the purveyor for virtually all the princely houses in Germany and was best known for creating jewels in the French Art Nouveau style.

Auctions will run for approximately one week. The Luxury Link Boutique is a newly created area within the Luxury Link web site, accessible via the Home Page.

Diane McDavitt, President and COO of Luxury Link, explained that the Boutique is provided as an added service to Luxury Link users. “Already accustomed to finding exclusive offers from leading travel properties, visitors will now enjoy the opportunity to review and bid on select jewelry and other fine items. This expansion of our product offering enhances Luxury Link’s position as a portal to luxury goods and services.”

Founded in 1997, Luxury Link, LLC is the leading provider of luxury travel on the web, including research, special offers, and travel auctions, updated daily. Gannett Company, Inc. (NYSE:GCI) holds a minority interest in the Company. LuxuryLink.com has been recognized as a leading travel web site by numerous entities including Travel & Leisure, Forbes, the New York Times, The Washington Post, Inc. Magazine, and USA Today, and received a Webby Award nomination in 2004.

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