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RapNet Offers Jewelry Trading to the Industry

Retail jewelers and dealers can directly trade jewelry with each other without any listing fees or commissions.

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(PRESS RELEASE) RapNet, the world’s largest marketplace for diamonds and jewelry, is releasing its new jewelry trading platform to the industry. Following extremely positive reactions when RapNet introduced its new jewelry marketplace to members in January this year, the platform is now making jewelry trading available to the wider industry.

Retail jewelers and dealers can now join RapNet to upload jewelry images and data, perform detailed searches, and directly trade jewelry with each other without any listing fees or commissions.

The addition of jewelry on RapNet is expected to significantly expand the trading network’s membership and reach into the global jewelry trade. In addition to its listings of over 1.5 million diamonds valued at more than $7.4 billion, RapNet also has over 17,000 fine jewelry pieces, including rings, bracelets and watches.

A 7-day free trial of RapNet jewelry is available to members of the trade by visiting www.rapnet.com/jewelry-trial.

To learn more about RapNet jewelry visit www.RapNet.com/jewelry or email [email protected]

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