Supplier News: Week of April 10

William Noble Announces Moving Sale

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Dallas jeweler William Noble Rare Jewels has announced that it will temporarily relocate, moving to a storefront location in Highland Park Village (the same place as its permanent location) in early June, while its new showroom undergoes remodeling. As a result, its collections are on sale—with discounts of 30 to 60 percent off.

“As one of the longest-standing merchants in Highland Park Village, this temporary move is an exciting time for us,” said founder Bill Noble in a press release. “We want to travel light as we briefly go back to our roots, when we started out as a storefront in Highland Park Village. We will move into our permanent home on the second floor of the tower in 2018, which will also be a special time for us because we will be celebrating our 35th anniversary.”

The revamped spot, expected to be completed mid-2018, will include a rooftop terrace and additional retail space. For more information and to see what William Noble has to offer, visit williamnoble.com.

 

Lighting4Diamonds Offering New Services

Lighting solutions expert Lighting4Diamonds has announced the offering of two new services to retailers, in addition to their current lineup: custom showcase creation and in-store design planning.

This expansion comes as a natural fit for brand partner Jorge Pascual, whose experience in custom showcase manufacturing makes him an ideal candidate to help with the company’s growth.

“With Jorge’s industry background, we believe these are obvious additions to our brand,” said Vijay Paul, fellow partner in Lighting4Diamonds. “We are delighted to offer our customers affordable, customized showcases made in the USA and help them to design their ideal store.”

For more information, head to thejewelrylightingexperts.com, and visit the brand’s custom booth at JCK Las Vegas.