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Kin & Pebble Adds Two Display Options For Retailers

The 13-piece wedding display and the 8-piece baby display.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Kin & Pebble announces two brand new display options for its retail partners: the 13-piece wedding display and the 8-piece baby display.

The 13-Piece Wedding Display features personalized pieces to preserve that special day forever in metal and includes gift options for the entire wedding party. It also includes wedding themed literature, in the form of brochures and trifolds, to accompany the display. The display can be ordered in your choice of configuration – vertical signage for tabletop or down signage for space-saving.

The 8-Piece Baby Display features engraved jewelry items to capture every milestone of a precious little one. Pieces shown showcase the stunning engraving types of 3D photo, actual baby handprint or footprint, and more. As always, all display forms, acrylic stands, and necessary signage are included with purchase of this display.
To inquire about all display options from Kin & Pebble, visit here.

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