Tecno Display Presents New Pedestal Showcase
Tecno Display‘s new pedestal display is ready to hit retail jewelry stores. The showcase is classic and warm with tempered glass, and decorated with crown moldings on the top canopy and single frame moldings on the corners. The 67-inch-tall piece includes a preassembled security lock to ensure the safety of jewelry. The display is pictured in solid wood veneer with oak cherry stain, and multiple stain finishes are available. The going price is $2,095.
For more information, go to tecnodisplay.com.
Stuller Launches Updated Catalogs
Stuller has introduced two new catalogs for 2012–14: one for tools and one for findings. With the intent to make retailers’ jobs easier, the books’ improvements include tighter copy and the addition of metals information, incorporated for the first time. Volume numbers have been replaced with yearly dates for ease of reference.
The 42-year-old manufacturer, based in Lafayette, La., specializes in the customization of more than 200,000 jewelry and jewelry-related products.
Graham International Announces Latest 40-Page Catalog
Graham International has announced the release of a new 40-page catalog for jewelers, retailers, and repair centers that includes the best watch straps and bands of 2013. The catalog features a variety of materials, ranging from the finest leather and exotic watch straps to metal, silicone, nylon, and more.
“The new catalog attractively showcases a broad assortment of straps and bands that will please your customers,” said president and owner Wendy Graham. “It also includes display and storage systems that will help you make sales effortless and effective.”
To browse the catalog, visit grahamintl.com.
Arch Crown’s New Tag and Label Designs
Arch Crown, manufacturer of technology-driven tags and labels, has released a new line of promotional tags and labels. The labels are designed to keep retail showcases appearing clean, professional, and customer-friendly, thus helping to stimulate sales. With more than 90 styles of preprinted tags and labels to choose from, retailers have a wide open realm of possibilities to best suit their stores.
(Additional reporting by Anita Ferrer)