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Lydia Courtielle Gets Booked and More Business-Boosting Products for April

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Love to Love Lydia 

This volume brings the whimsical world of Parisian jeweler Lydia Courteille’s spectacular designs to your coffee table. Whether you offer this book for purchase or have it displayed for inspirational browsing, its colorful contents are sure to delight. accpublishinggroup.com.

$75


Everything in Its Place

It’s a great idea to have one of these adorable dishes handy to keep track of your customer’s personal trinkets while they try on fresh finds in your store. katespade.com.

$20

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Custom Cut Cards

These ultra-cool foiled cards, designed by graduate gemologist and artist Hannah Becker, are sure to bring a smile to the face of everyone who sees them. diamondoodles.com.

$5 for one, $28 for 6


Light Up Your Life

This candle fills your store with a blend of tuberose, jasmine petals, frangipani, sweet incense and sandalwood scents while leaving behind a bowl finished in 22K gold and John Hardy’s hammered “Palu” technique. johnhardy.com.

$90

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Clipping Gold

If you must use binder clips, they might as well be gold and shiny, right? This is one of those just-for-fun touches of branding that feels like a wink at your customers. bando.com.

$10

 


This article originally appeared in the April 2017 edition of INSTORE.

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