Andre Michael introduces GIA-certified half-carat engagement rings for CMJ Trade Event

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Andre Michael introduces GIA-certified half-carat engagement rings for CMJ Trade Event

LONDON, February 2020 – Hatton Garden-based diamond jewellery supplier Andre Michael is introducing an extensive range of GIA-certified 0.50-carat solitaire engagement rings in time for the CMJ Trade Event.

“This is an affordable range, designed in the UK for the UK market, both classical and cutting-edge designs, and beautifully made, with the quality assurance and prestige of GIA certification,” Andre Michael said.

“It’s an opportunity for retailers to offer quality engagement rings at an excellent price, as by focusing on the 0.50-carat segment, we can get our costs down in a highly competitive market. We have paid particular attention to getting the product right.”

The rings, created in the UK, are available with rapid delivery times, in brilliant-cut diamonds in 18-carat gold and in platinum in two qualities: G colour with VS clarity, and H colour with SI clarity.

The rings, which can be engraved, can be viewed on the Andre Michael website.

“Retailers are welcome to visit us at the CMJ Trade Event on February 16-17 to look at the collection,” Andre Michael said.

The rings can be offered by retailers to their customers as silver sample “proposal rings”: a customer can propose with the sample ring and then return to the retailer to make the order.

“Retailers are also invited to phone our office so that we can arrange an appointment for a viewing of the collection,” Andre Michael said.

Andre Michael jewellery is manufactured using state-of-the-art technology, which facilitates low costs and benefits from the support of highly efficient German systems.

For press enquiries, Email: info@andre-michael.com; Tel. 0207 430 1122.

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