Blake Brothers International, a one-stop shop for jewelry retailers’ needs for over 40 years, has announced they will have three locations in Tucson, AZ at the largest, oldest and most prestigious gem and mineral show in the world.
With 3 huge locations you won’t miss the exciting new lines and offerings from Blake Brothers International. Two 40-foot containers from Bali and one from Thailand have arrived just in time for the shows. Large assortments in sterling silver from Thailand, Bali, India and Italy will be offered. Additionally, a vast assortment of stainless steel pieces will be available along with displays and supplies.
With 10,000 plus unique jewelry designs and an ever-growing inventory, the independent jeweler will find everything they need to stock up their store after the holiday season. Special discounts are available when you visit Blake Brothers at JOGS, G&LW Holidome and Kino Sports Complex and use the coupons in their ad on page 13 in this month’s issue.
“We offer generous volume discounts and free USPS priority mail shipping with only a $100 minimum,” states Eric Reid of Blake Brothers’ Amherst, NH-based Super Showroom. “We are excited to offer such great items in Tucson. Also, our open house 2-day sales in our New Hampshire and North Carolina locations have unbelievable clearances and closeouts. We have an aggressive travel incentive for the jeweler to visit our locations. We serve you breakfast and lunch, and send you home with free giveaways. We also have a location at the Denver Merchandise Mart which is open on Super Mondays (1st Monday of every month), as well as during the Rocky Mountain Gift Shows.”
Check out Blake Brothers in Tucson, or at any of their showrooms, or at the many tradeshows they will be exhibiting at in 2016.
For more information visit blakebrothersbulletin.com where you’ll find their full 2016 show schedule, catalogs and “door-buster specials”. Or call 704-504-9632 (NC), or 603-886-3700 (NH).
About Blake Brothers
William Blake dedicated years to traveling throughout Asia, collecting jewelry and handicrafts, building relationships, setting up production, and channeling his finds back to the United States for sale. It was in Thailand that Bill met his wife Suan. Together, Bill and Suan traveled throughout Thailand and Indonesia seeking out gorgeous pieces of handmade sterling silver jewelry and unique teak woodcarvings to present to retailers in the United States.
Though they are now living in the U.S., Bill and Suan continue to travel from west to east and back again regularly, never ceasing to hand-pick rare and beautiful jewelry for their customers, refreshing their inventory with both new and classic styles each time.