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Stuller Releases New Jewelry Catalog

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Stuller Releases New Jewelry Catalog

(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA – Stuller, Inc. announces its third and most extensive catalog of the year, Jewelry 2020-2021.

“Our merchandising and design teams have worked closely together to fill this catalog with the most stylish and in-demand jewelry designs,” says Alix Gonsoulin, vice president of fine jewelry, bridal, and findings. “With more than 1,000 new items, this catalog gives you and your customers an enticing array of choices from well-loved classics to new trending designs.”

As customization continues to grow in popularity, jewelers can easily meet those demands with Stuller’s extensive selection of flexible 3C designs. In Jewelry 2020-2021 they are easy to find, grouped together at the beginning the Rings, Pendants, and Men’s sections.

Additional catalog features include:

• A separate birthstone section featuring an expanded selection.
• A myriad of new trending styles in personalization, family and spiritual jewelry.
• Many new flexible 3C ring designs for men.
• New chain styles in 10k and 18k.

As always, jewelers can participate in a contest associated with the catalog release for a chance to win a Stuller account credit or a piece of jewelry. To learn more about Jewelry 2020-2021 and details about our Pin to Win catalog contest visit Stuller.com/JewelryCatalog2020.

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