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How to Buy Gold Jewellery Wholesale
Are you interested in setting up a home business selling gold jewellery? Buying wholesale is easier than you might think and you could save a huge amount as opposed to the retail price. This article is a guide to gold jewellery, buying your merchandise and finding suppliers or manufacturers for the product. Demand for gold has been about constant for centuries. There is always a market for gold jewellery and it is a product that keeps its value (hence, during times of recession, gold is a popular investment).
Once you decide what market you are selling into, you will be able to pick the kind of jewellery that you want to specialise in. Rings, necklaces, chains, brooches, etc. are all available for significantly lower than retail price through a wholesaler. Specialising could bring you significant benefits, in allowing you to focus and concentrate on one particular thing. For example, some sellers concentrate on bridal jewellery or wedding rings. Others concentrate on antique jewellery. This is a popular area, and the sums involved are astronomical. Getting involved in antique jewellery is, however, better left to experts who are better trained to appraise the value of pieces.
A newcomer could pay huge amounts for a piece of jewellery, only to discover he had paid over the odds and was unable to sell it for a profit. Perhaps its best then to look at buying more broadly produced items. You should decide on your price range and style. Most jewellery is made with an alloy of gold, its purity being measured in units called karats. The purity determines the cost of the overall piece - obviously, the purer the gold is, the more expensive it will be. Very high purity gold (24 karat) is usually considered too soft for jewellery. Various finishes are also applied to the gold - high-polish, satin or matte, each determining the appearance of the piece. Deciding on the style you wish to buy is very much up to you, or you may want a wide range. The fact that is such a widely practised craft means that no one country has a monopoly on gold jewellery production. India and Italy for example are both known for their gold jewellery, but neither country has the pre-eminent place in the market that say, Germany has in clock-making.
There are as many different wholesalers of gold jewellery as there are styles. For example, 14k Gold Earrings does exactly what it says on the tin - wholesales earrings to would be retailers. RC Jewellery of New York offers a much broader range of products wholesale, having a whole catalogue of gold products, available variously in 10k, 14k or 18k gold. Similarly, Jewellery List have a wide range of discount and wholesale gold. Simply shop around to find the style that you think suits you and order from that wholesaler. The choices are almost endless! So there you go, your guide to gold jewellery and finding suppliers and distributors online.