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Rembrandt Charms, Fully Stocked with Nostalgia for the Holidays

The vast collection of traditional charms makes it easier for the customers to find the ideal gift.

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(PRESS RELEASE) WILLIAMSVILLE, NY — 2020 has been a year of social distancing and uncertainty. Now that the holiday season is upon us, one thing is for certain, gifts with sentimental value hold more meaning than ever. Feelings of nostalgia have consumers searching for reminders of past events and special occasions. Nothing captures a memory as perfectly as a fashionable charm.

Many of your customers will be shopping on limited budgets this year, and Rembrandt’s vast collection of traditional charms makes it easy for them to find the ideal gift at the right price point for everyone on their list. Encourage engraving for a one-of-a-kind personalized gift. We offer same day engraving and shipping.

“We have remained open throughout 2020, and we will continue to remain open to serve our retail jewelers and their charm collectors,” states Eric Lux, vice poresident, Rembrandt Charms. “We have a HUGE inventory and are manufacturing daily to fill special orders. Take advantage of our extended holiday hours and multiple ordering options.”

Retailers can place their orders by registering online and logging into the retail portal, as well as by email, 24-hour fax, or by telephone. We are open 7-days a week with extended hours and will ship right up until December 23rd.

Remember that your customers are looking for quality, value, and something with special meaning. A charm bracelet is a sentimental journey that recalls special occasions and captures moments in time. Rembrandt charms are the affordable classic collectibles that never go out of style.

To view a full calendar of Rembrandt’s holiday hours, visit here.

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