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Stuller Releases First Catalog of the New Year

The catalog offers more than 750 pages of everything a bench jeweler needs.

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Tools Equipment Metals Catalog
Tools Equipment Metals Catalog

(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA — Prime manufacturer Stuller announces the release of its Tools, Equipment, & Metals 2021-2022 to kick off the New Year.

“The catalog offers more than 750 pages of everything a bench jeweler needs to provide excellent service, especially ahead of a busy repair season,” says Danny Clark, president.

In the catalog, jewelers can anticipate the same simplified shopping experience and organizational structure. A collection of updates has also been provided to make sure the best possible products are at a jeweler’s disposal.

Additional updates include:

  • More than 400 new products
  • Many Stuller-exclusive items, including a new silica-free investment
  • Expanded metals selection, including a new service: custom stamping
  • All new watchmaker bench section

“The options are endless,” says Clark. “And we want nothing more than to set our bench jewelers up for success with this new catalog.”

To learn more about Tools, Equipment, & Metals 2021-2022, visit Stuller.com/ToolsCatalog.

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