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Imagine Bridal Unveils New Designs

It’s called Petite Completes.

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Imagine Bridal Unveils New Designs

(PRESS RELEASE) GREAT NECK, NY — Imagine Bridal is introducing a new collection at The Centurion Jewelry Show.

The new collection called Petite Completes will feature finished, complete engagement rings with oval, pear, marquise, and emerald cut live diamond centers with an MSRP starting at $2,999. All are available in 14k, 18k gold and Platinum.

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The new collection supports the brand’s focus on providing retailers with a broad range of affordable and appealing bridal product. “We know retailers are seeing bridal customers who are looking for the complete ring shopping experience. We also know how some fancy stones are making a huge comeback. We are always looking to provide product fulfilling what customers are searching for and what will sell well within the retail environment. The Petite Completes fits that bill and will help close more sales for our retail partners,’’ states Brian Hakimian, president of Imagine Bridal.

The Petite Collection will be launching at The Centurion Jewelry Show in Scottdale and the Imagine Bridal booth, Salon 507. For more information contact Simon Hakimian at [email protected]

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