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Kassoy Releases New Jewelers Resource Newsletter

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PLAINVIEW, NY – Kassoy LLC, a vendor of supplies for the jewelry trade, has announced the release of the latest issue of its Jeweler’s Resource Newsletter.

The 16-page color, tabloid-sized newsletter includes hundreds of items spanning several product categories, including jewelry barcode labels and tags. Kassoy offers a selection of tags, printers and scanners designed to fit the needs of retail jewelers. Also found in the issue are gemological tools, testing and measuring equipment, bench tools, watch tools, custom showcases, packaging and display essentials, products for resale and more.

Among the new products being launched in this Jeweler’s Resource is the FourPro Photo Studio, which is available in three configurations and allows users to take professional photos and videos of jewelry of all sizes.

Other new additions:

  • The Gemolog Color Stone Gem Tester from TriElectronics
  • A line of watch tools from Bergeon
  • Elma Steam Cleaners

“I am confident that our customers will find that Kassoy has once again delivered a quality collection of products to propel them into 2016,” says Joanne Slawitsky, president of Kassoy. “The team at Kassoy is always busy sourcing the latest and greatest technologies and bringing them to the jewelry industry.”

A PDF version of the Jeweler’s Resource is available online at www.kassoy.com. To request a print version, call Kassoy toll-free at 800.452.7769Inline image 2 or internationally at 516.942.0560Inline image 1. For more information, contact [email protected]

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