By Brecken Branstrator
Quality Gold’s upcoming distribution of catalogs is one of its largest, comprising the Gold Book, the Silver Book, a new 10-Karat Gold book, and several others.
Fairfield, Ohio—Due to the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Quality Gold’s fall catalog distribution combines two seasons into one large catalog shipment.

The new 2020-2021 Quality Gold books are arriving just in time for the holidays.

They include a 1,400-page Gold Book with thousands of new styles in all colors of 14-karat gold and all categories like diamond and gemstone, Italian gold and branded collections.

The distribution also includes a 1,425-page Silver Book showcasing new items and styles from basic chain to fashion, diamond, gemstones and more, and a new book about 10-karat gold launches, top-selling basics and trendy designs.

Quality Gold will also ship out its True Origin catalog, offering more than 125 new lab-grown diamond pieces, a 240-page Personalized catalog with hundreds of new styles, and a 60-page Wideband Distinguished Coin jewelry book with 150 new 14-karat finished jewelry and coin bezel mountings.

Other items in the shipment include a watch book with more than 100 new timepieces from branded collections, a luxury giftware booklet, and the Gem Pak display and sales catalogs for affordable packaging in a variety of materials, among others.

For more information about current pricing or online ordering options, for which there is no minimum, visit

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