Stuller’s third catalog of 2019 is its largest.
Lafayette, La.—Stuller has released its third catalog of the year and its largest yet.

The Louisiana-based jewelry manufacturer said its Jewelry 2020-2021 catalog features more than 1,000 new items.

Stuller Vice President of Fine Jewelry, Bridal and Findings, Alix Gonsoulin, noted in a news release, “Our merchandising and design teams have worked closely together to fill this catalog with the most stylish and in-demand jewelry designs … This catalog gives you and your customers an enticing array of choices from well-loved classics to new trending designs.”

The latest catalog offering features more customization options, highlighting Stuller’s “3C designs,” or styles in which customers can choose the center stone size, shape or gemstone type.

The 3C designs are grouped together for each reference at the front of the “Rings,” “Pendants,” and “Men’s,” sections.

Jewelry 2020-2021 also features an expanded selection of birthstone jewelry in its own section; new chain styles in 10-karat and 18-karat gold; new ring designs for men; and new trending items from personalization to spiritual jewelry.

Stuller is inviting jewelers to participate in a contest coinciding with the catalog release to win a Stuller piece of jewelry or account credit. More information on the “Pin to Win” contest is available online.

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