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Retail Giant Begins Selling Bridal Jewelry

It’s being sold at SamsClub.com.

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Sam’s Club has added bridal pieces to its jewelry offerings.

Its new S Collection rings range in price from $3,000 to $6,000, according to a blog post on the retail giant’s website.

The center stones come with International Gemological Institute appraisals.

The S Collection, available only at SamsClub.com, is the retailer’s in-house collection. It also includes other pieces, including earrings and bracelets.

Most of the bridal rings are available in white, yellow and rose gold options. They’re shipped within five days of being ordered.

The company notes that jewelry, ranging from solitaire rings and wedding bands to gemstones and pearls, is also available at Sam’s Club locations.

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“You can even work with our associates to have a custom engagement ring created to match your style and budget,” the blog post states.

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