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Ostbye Releases Two-Stone Diamond Marriage Symbol and Christian Marriage Symbol

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MINNEAPOLIS – Ostbye has announced the launch of its new Two-Stone Diamond Marriage Symbol and Two-Stone Christian Marriage Symbol.

The central design theme features two hearts touching and bound together, with the two major diamonds nesting against the hearts side-by-side. Both collections feature a variety of styles and diamond sizes. In-case displays, custom cards, counter brochures, advertising materials and a lifetime trade-up program are available to retail jewelry stores with a minimum purchase.

The Diamond Marriage Symbol and Christian Marriage Symbol Collections can be viewed at ostbye.com.

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