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About Jewelry Display Cases
Unless you're a jeweler or work for a retail establishment that sells these items, you've probably never thought about the display cases you see at nearly every local store. These are typically made of either glass or acrylic because both of these allow the buyer to clearly view the contents and maximize the amount of light exposure they receive. In fact, glass enhances the piece's ability to sparkle, which makes them ideal for showing precious stones and metals. Acrylics don't necessary look as eye catching, but they are more definitely more durable than glass. Acrylic is also easier to clean because glass smudges constantly. Most stores use a combination modular display cases, counter top fixtures, jewelry islands, rotating display towers, and wall units. These come in a variety of colors, frames, and wood finishes. Kiosk concepts are also very common in the industry, especially in smaller stores that need to maximize their space, such as mall retailers. All prospective buyers need to consider safety their top priority, though. Attractive displays are desirable, but not if they fail to protect your items from theft or damages. Jewelry is a common target for thieves because it's expensive, lightweight, and easy to resell. Having a secure set of display cases will give you much needed peace of mind, which truly is priceless.
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More on Jewelry Display Cases
Of course, display cases are not complete without organizers inside them. Necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings all look best when they are situated in groups with their own decorative presentations. You'll definitely want a few necklace mannequins, for example. There are all purpose arrangements for those on a tight budget. Some are shaped like display trees or T-bars whereas others are square shaped holders that may be portable as well. These are often lined with felt and are capable of storing all different kinds of items. These are best suited for cheaper merchandise as they aren't very secure and deemphasize the appearance of individual pieces. Financially conscious jewelers may opt to leave items inside their gift boxes rather than pay for separate display contraptions. This is certainly cheaper since the gift boxes are already standard equipment. Jewelers will want to purchase all of their display and other supply items locally. There are lots of on-line offers, but buying them means paying expensive shipping costs and risks receiving the wrong items or incurring damages during transport. It's also important to remember that buying your display equipment is a huge part of your business. You want to make sure you buy quality items from someone you can continue to do business with for many years to come. The best way to start a mutually successful partnership is to stay local.