Supplier Kim International Revives its Catalog

CollectionsApr 16, 2021

Supplier Kim International Revives its Catalog

It showcases 2021 and 2022 styles, with most ready to ship from Dallas, Texas.

Kim International is bringing back its catalog, showcasing a variety of bridal styles and on-trend fashion pieces.
Dallas—Kim International is bringing back its hardbound catalog.

The Dallas, Texas-based supplier, which operates its own manufacturing facility in China, said its 2021-2022 catalog is back by popular demand and already in the mail to established customers.

Most items from the 264-page catalog are in stock and ready to ship same day from Dallas.

Retailers can peruse the popular Romance Diamond Bridal Collection, which also has its own consumer-facing website

The Romance assortment features hundreds of engagement ring mounts and wedding bands in a range of metals and gemstones, as well as bracelets, earrings, and necklaces at a variety of price points.

Every Romance jewel is protected with Kim International’s lifetime warranty. The company also provides a consumer marketing program, including website and social media tools.

There’s also a cubic zirconia sample program for retailers to use in their stores, an employee reward program for sales, and quick assistance for custom designs like engagement rings.

The new Kim catalog also showcases the company’s other offerings, like the LaVie Bridal Collection, Radiance Collection, Kim Bridal made-to-order collection, diamond bridal basics and diamond solitaires.

While the Romance collection is available only to authorized Romance dealers, the latter offerings are open to anyone, without minimums, Kim said.

Other collections featured in the 2021-2022 catalog are fashion-focused, like the 14-karat gold Tesoro Diamond and Gemstone Collection, full of on-trend basics, or The Eleganza Collection, featuring basics in sterling silver with 18-karat gold accents.

To learn more or request a catalog, visit the Kim International website, call 800-275-5555 or email

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