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A new bridal collection by a non-bridal company

After the Ring collection geared toward add-on sales after ring purchase 

(NEW YORK) - A collection of bridal jewelry by a company that doesn’t sell bridal jewelry?

Royal Chain, a company primarily known for their gold and precious metal jewelry, is launching their first-ever Bridal Collection.

The aptly named collection, “After the Ring”, has nothing to do with what most industry professionals would consider bridal. There are no semi-mounts or even a hint of a wedding band in this collection.

The 24-page catalog is an idea that Royal Chain Vice President of Marketing, Phillip Gabriel Maroof, devised to satisfy his desire to cater to the bridal market without deviating from the company’s roots. It was also a way to help retailers, who frequently complain that once the ring is purchased, they lose all of the additional wedding-related sales to big box stores and online retailers.

Royal cover

The collection will be very focused and geared towards add-on sale items for after that initial ring purchase. It includes fresh, fun-to-flaunt trendsetting pieces that the bride may want to purchase for numerous events surrounding her big day, like the bachelorette party or bridal shower, as well as the all-important gifts for bridesmaids, mother of the bride or groom and groomsmen. Retail prices in the collection will start as low as $29.

Retailers can use it in their stores as a guide for wedding parties searching to complete their wedding day needs.

The book will be available for pick-up at spring buying shows. It will also be mailed out to all Royal Chain customers. Retailers can preview the collection by visiting Royal Chain’s website, https://www.royalchain.com/after-the-ring.html.  To request a copy or for more information, contact Royal Chain at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Royal Pearls

Royal blue

Royal bridesmaid

Royal groomsmen

Royal bacherlorette

 

 


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