Saturday, May 25, 2024

Wishful Wants –The New Coloured Stone Collection From Domino

There can’t be a jeweller in the land who hasn’t, at some time, wanted to stock a particular jewellery line whilst wishing that was also readily available in a different metal or that it featured a different gemstone.

‘Wishful Wants’ – the latest collection in Domino’s Trends and Fashion Collection of stand-out, on-trend pieces – recognises that feeling and has been designed to ensure that each individual’s wants and wishes can be met.

There are six stunning pendant and earring suite designs in Wishful Wants, all featuring large coloured gemstones with diamond accents – some also have matching rings available.

The designs can all be supplied in 18ct yellow, white or rose gold and are available in a choice of nine stunning feature stones: white agate, black onyx, smoky quartz, blue chalcedony, pink quartz, green amethyst, amethyst, citrine and blue topaz.

“This collection is all about choice,” enthuses Domino’s sales and marketing director, Andrew Sollitt. “Retailers can build their own individual Wishful Wants collections based on the colours and shapes that most appeal to them and their customers.

They also have the security of knowing that they need not miss out on a sale if a client wants a piece in a different stone or a different gold then it is available.

This collection effectively opens out many more options to the consumer and allows them to create their own bespoke jewel.”

The gem stone colours in Wishful Wants have been carefully chosen to fit in with current fashion trends.

Prices vary depending upon the type of coloured stones chosen, but with trade prices starting at £360 and rising to around £1000 the range is competitively priced and looks set to provide retailers with a number of colourful and exciting gift options for Christmas and beyond.

Designs from the Wishful Wants Collection.

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