|Gold-plated Stainless Steel Double Fold Money Clip $65.63||Rhodium-plated Fish in Net Hinged Money Clip $68.75||Gold-plated Engraveable Oval Center Money Clip $45.83||Silver-plated Hinged Lid Rectangle Jewelry Box $35.00|
|Curved Glass Brass Trim 4x6 Photo Frame $15.00||Silver-plated Baby Charms 4x6 Photo Frame $22.50||On My Wedding Day Sentiment Photo Frame $50.00||Cherry Gloss Finish 1-Turntable Watch Winder $340.00|
|Jewelry & Gold Polishing Cloth $12.50||Tech3 Multi-function Black Pen $77.50||Classic Century Medalist Ball-Point Pen $80.00||White Deluxe Christening Bonnet and Wedding Hankie $20.00|
|Silver-plated Knife and Cake Server Set $40.00||Silver-plated Noah's Ark Bank $46.25||Silver-plated Hinged Lid Heart Jewelry Box $27.50||Black Leather Magnetic Front Clip Wallet $23.75|
|Ivory Brocade Monogram Memory Book $101.25||Nickel-plated Polished Eyeglass Case $23.75||Multi Color 1.25 Magnification Painted Reading Glasses $26.25||Multi Color 1.25 Magnification Painted Reading Glasses $26.25|
Wholesale Christian jewelry is not a difficult object to find if one knows where to look. Most jewelry stores and Christian bookstores or shops are not the best places to look - they offer religious jewelry but not at a wholesale price. Jewelry stores tend to carry only the most common forms of jewelry that they think will be popularly sought after and purchased. Some are willing to accommodate special requests for custom jewelry or will seek out a hard-to-find piece only if they have the experts on hand that know how to craft that kind of jewelry or to find it elsewhere. As for Christian stores, they tend to carry a larger range of religious jewelry than a regular jewelry store, but it can be costly. Where’s a good place to find a deal?
If you’re up for shopping, these two types of venues will sometimes put jewelry on sale, especially close to a religious holiday. It can be a good time to get a great price. A better way - and one that works almost every day, not just seasonally - is to search for a jewelry wholesaler. Most of these can be found online under various names; some are linked to a land-based location while others are not, sometimes the name is a well-known name while other times it is not.
Jewelry wholesalers online can specialize in all kinds of jewelry or just Christian based jewelry. Often depending on the size of the order, they offer steeper discounts as quantities and prices increase. Several words of caution go with any online purchases. One, make sure that the company has a good reputation. Some companies look legitimate but are not. A site should have security settings and offer a standard payment method such as Paypal to protect the buyer. Two, does it offer any way to contact them in person, or have a land-based location where they can be found? This can be helpful with questions, returns, or issues with an order in general. Three, is there anything offering customer satisfaction [a testimonial, or similar] or a way to check the status of their business? After establishing that the company looks legitimate, see what their deals are. Some will only wholesale if you are a vendor reselling for retail while others will sell to almost anyone.
Quantities, the amount being spent, and distance of shipping are all factors that may come into play as one is weighing the idea of placing an order. Sometimes these wholesalers will have difficult to find jewelry pieces and it might be worth buying a larger order just to get the hard to find items that they carry. Another consideration, is if there is more than one person you need a gift for - larger orders usually offer better discounts. If you purchase a larger order to get the discount, think of what all those items can be used for. Finally, compare any of these offers that wholesalers are giving to traditional jewelers and Christian stores. Make sure that the really good deal being considered, really is what it is.