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Royal Chain Celebrates 40 Years

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – Royal Chain Group, the leading supplier of gold chains and finished jewelry, is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2018. Founded in 1978, the company has grown leaps and bounds since its humble beginnings as a small gold chain supplier in a one-room office in New York’s jewelry district. Today, Royal Chain’s portfolio of products includes not only gold chains, but also finished gold jewelry, sterling silver, alternative metal jewelry, and the nationally recognized brand, Phillip Gavriel. Paul Maroof, the founding father and current president of the company, has kept the company family-owned and operated since conception. The company maintains one of the strongest footholds in the jewelry industry and most predominantly as a supplier of gold.

“This is a historic milestone for me, and I think for our industry in general. With so much fallout in our sector over the last decade, I am so proud of what we have achieved. I have built a company based on the core values of trust and respect, and look forward to continuing this philosophy for many years to come,” says Paul Maroof.

Royal Chain Group attributes most of their growth and continued success to the loyalty and trust placed in them by their incredible network of retailers, and their continuing evolution on every level. They are proud members of several organizations within the industry and continue to support numerous philanthropic organizations. They also were recently approved as a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council.

Royal Chain Celebrates 40 Years

 

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