Stuller Releases 2 Updated Catalogs Ahead of the Holiday Season
“Mountings 2023-2024” and “Diamonds & Gemstones 2023-2024” offer a vast selection of options to create custom pieces.
“Mountings 2023-2024” contains more than 960 pages of choices, from popular classics to new designs from the supplier’s in-house design team.
Update highlights include more than 250 new flexible 3C designs in bridal and fine jewelry, more than 100 new stud earring styles—solitaire, accent, and halos—and QR codes throughout the catalog to easily connect with additional resources on Stuller.com.
“Each catalog contains a unique selection of features designed to improve your experience,” said Heather Fontenot, director of diamonds. “With so many options to choose from—whether it’s a natural diamond with a known origin, a lab-grown emerald, or an akoya pearl—this book has it all.”
“Diamond and Gemstones 2023-2024,” meanwhile, is a redesigned edition of Stuller’s loose stone catalog, displaying a vast selection of diamonds and gemstones.
Highlights include the Gemstone Color Wheel, a popular color index for choosing stones by color; a colorless stone comparison chart for diamonds and moissanite; and a full lab-grown diamond section, featuring nearly 600 options.
“We are excited to present you with two updated resources,” said Alix Gonsoulin, vice president of merchandising. “Together, these catalogs are sure to help you craft your customers’ dream pieces.”
To learn more about Mountings 2023-2024 and Diamonds & Gemstones 2023-2024, visit Stuller.com/catalogs.
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