Perfect Memorials Adds New Premium Jewelry Series to Their Online Catalog
Perfect Memorials introduces unique Premium Jewelry Series which are a first of a kind in the industry.
EDEN PRAIRIE, MINNESOTA – Perfect Memorials, the leading online retailer of premium quality memorial products has introduced a Premium Jewelry Series to their ever-growing list of unique memorials.
“This summer has been a very successful and eventful one for us and we are once again very excited to introduce a new group of products to our ever expanding line of cremation jewelry,” says Shawn O’Brien, Product Specialist at Perfect Memorials. “Our new Premium Jewelry Collection takes the presentation and “wow factor” of our high quality Sterling Silver, Gold Vermeil, and Stainless Steel cremation jewelry to the next level”, says O’Brien.
The Premium Jewelry Series is an elite line of jewelry designed to be a lasting keepsake package that will be appreciated for generations. Included with each Premium Jewelry piece is complimentary engraving and a large personalized presentation box with the pendant pre-strung on a premium snake chain. A paper funnel and sealing adhesive are also included along with easy to follow filling instructions.
Perfect Memorials is known for developing products that fill a void in various segments of the Memorials marketplace. The addition of this premium series of cremation jewelry is just another indication that Perfect Memorials is working very hard to stay ahead of their competition and be a leader within the Memorials industry. There are currently 12 select designs available in the Premium Jewelry Series and an expansion of the line is already in progress.
Perfect Memorials Premium Jewelry Series is now available starting at $69.95 with free shipping and no minimum quantities.
For more information please visit http://www.perfectmemorials.com
About Perfect Memorials:
Perfect Memorials is one of the premier suppliers of high quality and affordable memorial products. Their list of memorial products offered includes cremation urns, cremation jewelry, pet urns, outdoor memorials, and many other types of personalized and custom-made memorial products. Perfect Memorials offers the largest collection` of memorial products in the world, exceeding over 13,000 premium-quality items in its catalog. In addition to having the largest selection in the industry, Perfect Memorials boasts over 30,000 customer and product reviews. They offer free ground shipping with no minimum order to anywhere in the Continental United States and a rock solid best-price guarantee on all of their products.
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