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Supplier News: Week of April 15


Stuller Publishes Two New Catalogs

Stuller has announced the release of its 2024–2025 catalogs on lab-grown diamond jewelry and mountings.

“Lab-grown diamond jewelry has brought excitement and opportunity for consumers,” said Emily Graffagnino, executive director of merchandising for Stuller, in a statement. “This catalog is our first comprehensive look into our assortment of lab-grown fine jewelry, bridal, findings, and loose diamond options.”

More than 1,500 jewelry items and 650 loose lab-grown diamond options are featured in the catalog, with flexible styles for enhanced customization and an expanded selection of essentials like stud earrings and line bracelets. Also included are details on Stuller’s strict testing and screening processes of lab-grown diamonds.

“Stuller’s latest mountings catalog, featuring more than 750 new items, is more than just a catalog—it’s a journey of craftsmanship and innovation,” said Taylor Burgess, Stuller’s chief customer officer, also in a statement. “With endless customization possibilities and the ability to set any stone in any Stuller mounting, personalization options are endless.” The catalog also features new metal qualities and sizes and the availability of larger settings.

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Jewel360 Partners With JFC to Collect Donations

All retailers using Jewel360, a cloud-based point-of-sale software system, will now be able to prompt customers for donations to Jewelers for Children (JFC) during the checkout process.

“The way consumers shop has continued to drastically change,” said Nick Gurney, general manager of Jewel360, in a statement. “Everything from credit cards to e-commerce has made it difficult for jewelry store businesses to collect donations. This new integration allows jewelers to not only support Jewelers for Children but makes it simple for consumers to donate at the time of their purchase.”

Under the new partnership between Jewel360 and JFC, customers of Jewel360 clients will be asked when making credit card purchases if they wish to round up the amount due and donate the additional money to JFC.

“We’re excited to be partnering with Jewel360 to bring this integration to jewelry stores around the nation,” said Sara Murphy, executive director at Jewelers for Children, in a statement. “Our mission to help children in need is a direct result of the generosity of jewelry organizations, professionals, and stores. Enabling consumers to have a direct way to donate, as they desire, is paramount to bringing more help and resources to the children.”

(Photo: courtesy of Stuller)

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By: Brittany Siminitz

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