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Pricing Gold Jewelry, An Insider’s POV

Pricing Gold Jewelry, An Insider’s POV

Keystone Pricing Keystone pricing is taking the wholesale cost of a piece of jewelry and marking it up 100%. Information site, About.Com, takes this a step further. They advise entrepreneurs: “A simple formula when pricing for wholesale is to add up your costs (this includes labor, overhead, Read More

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Pricing Gold Chains Like Jewelers

Pricing Gold Chains Like Jewelers

Gold chains are by far the simplest types of gold jewelry to price. Learn how to price gold chains like professional jewelers! The most important thing to look for is the gram weight of the gold chain in question. Once you have determined the gram weight, you are equipped for price comparisons. Of Read More

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Best Jewelry Gifts for $125 and Less!

Best Jewelry Gifts for $125 and Less!

Apples of Gold has selected its best 15 jewelry gift ideas ranging in price from $65 to $125. Free FedEx shipping is included. 1. Diamond Harmony Cross Pendant in 14K White Gold, Price: $125 The elegant, architectural, polished lines of this cross embody balance and harmony. One diamond set Read More

December 8, 2008 | By | Reply More
10% Off All Jewelry through November 30th!

10% Off All Jewelry through November 30th!

(COUPON CODE: APPLES10PT) – Enjoy 10% OFF UP TO $50 on all jewelry from Apples of Gold, now through November 30, 2008! Choose from our high-end gold jewelry, wedding rings, gemstone jewelry, diamond jewelry, personalized jewelry, or any item from our store! Coupon max. value: $50 per order. May Read More

November 24, 2008 | By | Reply More
Must-Read Tips for Buying Jewelry Online

Must-Read Tips for Buying Jewelry Online

In today’s increasingly busy world, consumers want to find exactly what they are looking for as quickly as possible. For many, online stores are the perfect shopping solution – search engines find what you’re looking for in an instant, and stores are open 24 hours a day. In mere minutes you can check Read More

October 29, 2008 | By | 2 Replies More
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