Stuller’s Latest Bridal Catalog Is Available Now
The 800-page book features bestsellers and new styles.
“Bridal 2023-2024” features 800 pages of bestsellers and new styles.
Offerings range from core classic styles to new on-trend pieces, encompassing engagement rings and wedding bands.
Updated photography showcases more than 600 new styles. New scan-to-shop QR codes allow the reader to easily pull up product information on Stuller.com with the snap of their mobile camera.
Solitaire settings, halo styles, three-stone settings, two-stone settings, ring enhancers, and anniversary and eternity bands are just some of the products featured in the new catalog.
With an emphasis on customization, Stuller’s “3C” program is also a catalog focus, allowing jewelers to select ring settings by center stone shape, size, and style. There’s also information on the company’s “Band Builder,” which allows for a completely custom wedding band design process.
“Our research shows that consumer-driven desire for custom bridal styles is on the rise,” said Senior Bridal Director Alex Stuller.
“Because of this, we’ve expanded our selection of on-trend, flexible 3C designs, which allow jewelers to easily create unique engagement rings and bands their customers will cherish for a lifetime.”
The catalog also features Stuller’s lab-grown diamond jewelry collection of classic bridal styles, called “Modern Brilliance.” Most catalog styles utilize natural diamonds, however, or allow for a jeweler’s choice of natural diamond or lab-grown diamond center stone.
“Bridal 2023-2024” also showcases Stuller’s “Designer Bridal Collection,” which offers four curated assortments of trending bridal styles for retailers to stock.
Learn more about the catalog on the Stuller website.
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