Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Will it be a White, Yellow, or Rose Gold Christmas?

Retailers looking for perfect Christmas gift ideas need look no further than Domino’s capsule collection of best-selling diamond pendant and stud earring designs.

The five pendant and earring suites, which are designed and manufactured entirely in the UK, are available in platinum as well as 18ct white, yellow and rose gold.

They are supplied hallmarked and finished ready for stone setting but can also be bought fully set with a centre stone of the retailer’s own choice.

To ensure that the designs meet various important price points each design can also be supplied in a range of different diamond sizes ranging from 0.10ct through to 2.0ct.

Trade prices, for a simple solitaire suite in 18ct white gold set with HSi, round brilliant diamonds (0.16ct in the pendant and 0.10ct in each earring), start at £340.

“This is jewellery that every woman would like to find in her Christmas stocking,” says Domino’s marketing manager, Sally Warrillow. “The designs are the jewellery equivalent of the little black dress.

They are chic and stylish and will take you absolutely anywhere. This collection really does prove that the best things come in small packages!”

Warrillow believes that the variously coloured alloys will prove popular with retailers and consumers alike. “We have had considerable interest already in the rose gold option which seems to be very much on trend this season.

When shown in the window with white and yellow alternatives rose adds real interest and added glamour,” she commented.

The pendant and earring collection is available for speedy delivery but retailers are advised to get their orders in early to avoid disappointment.

Domino stockists have recently received a flyer giving full details of this exciting Christmas selection.

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