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Hot-Selling Jewelry Products for March 2016
Top-Selling Jewelry Brands in January

Pandora (15), Alex and Ani (5), Gabriel & Co. (5), Hearts On Fire (4), Robert Coin (4), Carla (3), Endless Jewelry (3), Frederic Duclos (3), John Hardy (3), Parade Design (3), Rolex (3), Vahan (3), Breitling (2), Cargo Hold (2), Charles Garnier (2), Ed Levin (2), Gems One (2), Kameleon (2), Lashbrook (2), Rego (2), Royal Chain (2), Simon G (2), Simon Golub (2), Simply Diamonds (2), Swarovski (2), TAG Heuer (2)

* Brands mentioned by at least two of 134 Brain Squad members when asked what they would be reordering in February.

    Rego sold well in bridal. — Mike Doland, Doland Jewelers, Dubuque, IA
  • Bridal from DIAMOND EXPRESSIONS did very well! — ALBERT YOCOM, YOCOM JEWELRY, MARCELINE, MO
  • GABRIEL & CO. diamond fashion rings have been a hit with the holiday gift cards and gift money. The Paris interchangeable bracelets were a constant reorder with amazing low price points. — SCOTT KELLY, JEMS JEWELS & GOLD, NORTH WALES, PA/p
  • We ordered closeout silver earrings, put them on a tray and showed them to everyone! Did quite well, and it seemed to put customers in a shopping mood. — ROSANNE KROEN, ROSANNE’S DIAMONDS & GOLD, SOUTH BEND, IN
  • Designer engagement rings from SIMON G. — Peter Manka Jr., Ben Garelick Jewelers, Williamsville, NY
  • Ear climbers, statement necklaces. — DONNA SOODALTER-TOMAN, DIVA, NEWTONVILLE, MA
  • Crystal ball necklaces and earrings from CHERIE DORI. —ALAN GOODHEART, GOODHEART’S JEWELRY, OVERLAND PARK, KS
  • ED LEVIN silver jewelry, VAHAN — especially the narrow bracelets — yellow gold jewelry — especially hoop earrings! — DOROTHY VODICKA, THE GEM COLLECTION, TALLAHASSEE, FL/p
  • BAUMELL PEARL CO. and a lot of custom pieces featuring one-of-a-kind design and stone cuts. — ELIZABETH BREON, COAST JEWELERS, FLORENCE, OR
  • January was a good month in bridal and BREITLING watches. — MARC MAJORS, SAM L. MAJORS, MIDLAND, TX
  • We sold a few TODD REED rings and a ton of ANNE SPORTUN wraps. — ANDREA RISO, TALISMAN COLLECTION, EL DORADO HILLS, CA
  • Chains from MIDAS, earrings from CARLA, silver earrings from KEITH JACK and our own line sold very well too. — MEGAN COOPER, BLUE HERON JEWELRY CO., POULSBO, WA
  • HEARTS ON FIRE bridal, PARADE DESIGN bridal, LASHBROOK bands and light pink gemstones. — DAVID BLITT, TROY SHOPPE JEWELLERS, CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA
  • Big, heavy and ornate. It seems consumers are finally getting bored with the simple lightweight designs and want more statement pieces. — DERIC METZGER, DEMER JEWELRY, CARLSBAD, CA
  • WEWOOD watches. — JEFF CODY, TIMES AT HAND, WILMINGTON, NC
  • January was good for sterling silver; we sold earrings, rings and pendants from ANNA BECK & ED LEVIN. — ANNETTE KINZIE, LEONARD JEWELRY, STILLWATER, OK
  • We had a great January with ROLEX, ROBERTO COIN (Pois Mois), RAHAMINOV diamond jewelry, and larger diamond engagement rings. — STEVEN B. GOLDFARB, ALVIN GOLDFARB JEWELER, BELLEVUE, WA
  • Tourmaline everything! Pinks, greens, oranges, yellow … it was the hot gem of the month in rings, earrings, and pendants. — JENNIFER FARNES, REVOLUTION JEWELRY WORKS, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

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