Wednesday, January 20, 2016

New Arrivals to Entice Your New Year!

It’s a new year and what better way to improve your sales than to amp up on the design and interior of your jewelry shop. And to help you with this, NileCorp introduces you some of their new products including new Linen Doll Displays, Shoes Ring Displays, T-Bar Displays and Bust Displays. Create a whole new look for your jewelry shop and draw more customers to buy your collection. 

Here are some of the new products you can view at our site: 


Mini Shoe Ring Display 1 7/8"W x 5"H. (8 Rings)

Mini Shoe Ring Display 1 7/8"W x 5"H. (8 Rings)

 This mini shoes ring display possessed understated elegance perfect which is great for jewelry store and home decor. It is made of solid polyresin and is perfect for displaying your newest jewelry collection. 


Mini Shoes Ring Display 1 7/8"W x 5"H. (8 Rings)

Mini Shoes Ring Display 1 7/8"W x 5"H. (8 Rings)

With its monochromatic design, this Mini Shoe Ring Display is perfect for displaying your silver ring collection and works perfectly with its contrast. Made of quality solid polyresin, this shoe ring is sure to last for a long time. 


Fabric Covered Linen Doll Display 2 3/4"W x 12"H

Fabric Covered Linen Doll Display 2 3/4"W x 12"H

This linen doll display is perfect for displaying your new collection of necklace, earrings and bracelet. Featuring an elegant design, this fashionable linen doll display is a great piece to add on your jewelry store. 


Fashion Bracelet T-Bar Display 9"W x 2 3/4"D x 5 5/8"H

Fashion Bracelet T-Bar Display 9"W x 2 3/4"D x 5 5/8"H

Looking for a wonderful T-Bar display to make your new jewelry bracelets stand out. This fashionable bracelet T-bar display will surely do the work. Designed with monochromatic color schemes and vintage patterns, this will surely make your new jewelry bracelets stand out from your collection. 


Fabric Covered Mini Bust Display 6 1/4"W x 13 3/4"H

Fabric Covered Mini Bust Display 6 1/4"W x 13 3/4"H

Perfect to display new necklaces on your collection, this fabric covered mini bust display possessed a simple yet elegant design that will work perfectly on the theme of your jewelry store. It’s durable and is designed so that you can take it to tradeshows and events. It’s also the perfect necklace display where you can place your most outrageous pieces of jewelry.
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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Necklace Display Ideas For Your Jewelry Shop

It’s the New Year and what better way to boost the sales of your jewelry shop than to change its jewelry displays and theme. And one way to do this is by changing the necklace display you have in your jewelry shop. To help you with this, we at NileCorp.com, decided to introduce to you several of our new necklace display. 

Frosted Color Bust, 6"W x 2 3/4"D x 9"H

Frosted Color Bust

This frosted color busts displays are perfect for displaying new set of jewelries especially with their various colors that can easily attract your customers’ eyes. They work well with gold necklaces and gold earrings. 


Frosted Mannequin, 6 7/8"W x 3 1/2"D x 12 1/4"H

Frosted Color Bust

Another frosted mannequin bust that brings sophistication to your display. Featuring a half face and bust, this necklace display is where you can display your silver jewelry. It can be the main display in the center of your collection and let it stand out. 


Necklace Display, 9 1/2" x 6 3/8" x 18 1/2"


Necklace Display

Want to stick with the classic necklace display then this velvet display is what’s perfect for your new theme. This velvet necklace display has a sophisticated design that will go well with any jewelry you have in your inventory that you want to sell. 


Vintage Polystyrene Display, 8 1/4'' x 5 1/2'' x 19 1/2''

Vintage Polystyrene Display

If you want your jewelry shop to have a vintage style then I suggest this Vintage Polystyrene Display that possessed the natural design of those antique necklace display. It goes well with gold necklaces and earrings. 


Fabric Covered Mini Mannequin 3"W x 15 1/2"H

Fabric Covered Mini Mannequin

This Fabric Covered Mini Mannequin possessed a vintage look that will look perfect with the bracelets, necklaces and earrings in your inventory. With its monochromatic edge, it simply highlights the color of the jewelry and the jewelry stones in it. To look for more necklace displays, you can visit NileCorp.com.
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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Finding the Right Jewelry Pouches

If there is one common mistake that small jewelry retailers and resellers do is that most of them pay little attention to the way they package their products. Aside from jewelry display, packaging says a lot about one’s business. Just think of Tiffany and Co., their packaging box and its color even have a patent because their packaging itself boasts of its brand. Another thing that makes packaging important is it attracts potential customers who see it from your previous buyers. 

Jewelry pouches are the usual packaging most of us encounter. And today’s article will mainly focus on tips finding the right jewelry pouches you can use for packaging your jewelry products.


Sheer Organza Pouches

Sheer Organza Pouches
Sheer Organza Pouches

These pouches are made from thin and stiff fabric of silk or yarn. It is usually found in wedding dresses and nightgowns. It simple and elegant, and with it's see-through look, they are ideal for presenting jewelry that are too pretty hide. It comes in various colors and designs that you can pick from. 



Velvet Pouches

Velvet Pouches
Velvet Pouches

Velvet pouches are beautiful and elegant, and are usually with designed with drawstrings. They are more sturdy than sheer organza, and are great for holding heavier jewelries like watches, or necklaces, bracelets and earrings adorned with gemstones or pearls. 



Linen Pouches

Natural Linen Pouches
Natural Linen Pouches

These pouches are made from fibers of the flax plant, which you can usually found in antique embroideries. It has this classic look, and is great for packaging bridal jewelries, and yes, even your proposal ring. 



Satin Pouches

Satin Pouches
Satin Pouches

Satin pouches gives a rich and luxurious feel to anyone. It comes in many designs and features that possessed the same elegance that velvet pouches have. It also has a smooth surface and has a metallic sheen that gives off it’s luxurious look.
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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Jewelry Boxes 101: Types of Jewelry

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Jewelry boxes come in many forms, shapes, sizes and designs. And if you happen to be looking for the right jewelry box where you can fit all your precious jewelry collection or those new jewelry you need to display on your, then it is just important to know what kind of jewelry box will suit your collection or display.


And NileCorp.com, being your trusted jewelry boxes and necklace displays seller, wants to help you with this dilemma by providing you with the right information about the different kinds of jewelry boxes, their features and their uses.


  • jewelry armoire
Jewelry Armoire is a large jewelry boxes that resembles closet cabinets in a way. They are intended to use for larger jewelry collections, and often have several cabinets, hooks, storage drawers and sometimes, a mirror.


  • jewelry box
Jewelry boxes are the most common and usual of all. It best suits to keep a small collection of jewelries including necklaces, earrings and bracelets. It features little cabinets and perhaps a small mirror inside. 


  • musical boxes
Musical boxes are more popular with teenagers and children, often made from pressboards. Expensive musical boxes though are made from porcelain or wood. They can keep an amount of jewelries similar to jewelry boxes.


  • ring box
Ring boxes can be made from wood or leather, but mostly have inside leather lining for the rings’ protections. You can either placed a range of 6 to 12 rings depending on the size of the ring box you bought. 


  • valet box
Valet boxes are the jewelry box for men, where they can keep their watches, rings and wallet. It is mostly covered with dark leather and possessed a rugged design compare to other jewelry boxes.


  • wall-mounted jewelry box
Wall-mounted boxes can be hung on the wall similar, and has the similar look as a medicine cabinet. It has a mirror on its surface, and when opened features several compartments for different types of jewelry.
  • watch box
Watch box are made solely for keeping your watch collection all in the same place. Like other jewelry boxes, it has leather lining inside to protect your luxury watches.
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Thursday, December 17, 2015

The Importance of Your Display this Holiday Season

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During holiday season, you’ll see a lot of shops doing decorations showing the holiday spirit. From clothing shop, tech stalls to jewelry shops, you won’t see a stall or business that doesn’t have a Christmas decoration in it. But really, why is it important for a business to decorate during the holiday season? That’s what we’re going to answer for today’s article.

You see people have hard-wired their brains to see Christmas decorations every holidays not only on their homes but also on malls, shops and the streets. Through traditions, people will find it hard to even distinguish a shop that has no Christmas decorations when everything around him has. This was also proven when an illustrator and web comic artist named Gergely Dudás drew a group of snowmen all bundled up together with one panda hiding within them. Many people had a hard time finding the panda within the group. So if you think that putting Christmas decorations on your shop seems irrelevant then better think again.

Christmas decorations are one way to attract customers. The more your holiday decorations stand out from the rest, the more likely customers will flock in your shop. Like for example, a jewelry shop looks more attractive when there are decorations on the window display like put little snowflakes on the window and placed items like silver jewelry with bluish gemstones that works perfectly with the winter theme. Or how about instead of dark jewelry bust displays, try to use white necklace displays and placed gold necklaces on them. The contrasts between two colors will cause the jewelry to standout and be seen easily by your customers.

Another way to add more to the festive theme is to use white or green packaging with Christmas cards. This works especially for those who are looking for jewelries to give to their loved ones. Actually, you can also put a gift packaging corner to your shop where customers can pick what kind of package and ribbon to use on their purchased jewelry. This idea might even boost your sales further this Christmas season.

Just remember this festive holiday may bring a lot of stress but enjoy it while it’s there. Besides, it only happens once a year.
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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Tips to Sell More During High Season

During the holidays, there is a bigger chance to improve your sells and this means a chance to get more customers. But aside from this high season, it is also important to consider your shop. Is it ready to accommodate all those customers looking for jewelry? Will your jewelry display attract them to buy? Well, this article will give you 5 tips on how you can sell more during this season.

1. Proportion

 Proportion

Your jewelry displays should always be proportional to the amount of space available in your storefront. Another thing is that your jewelry display should be proportional to the size of the jewelry as well.

2. Contrast

Contrast

You only have around 10 to 15 seconds to get a customer's attention, one way of doing this is to provide contrast on your display. This way your jewelry will definitely standout from the display itself as seen in the photo above.

3. Color Schemes:

Color Schemes


Another thing to give focus to is the color of your jewelry and the display you use. As possible, make sure that the jewelry displays suits perfectly with the color of the jewelry you display on it.

4. Mirrors and Lighting

Mirrors and Lighting

Another tip is to use mirrors to add depth and dimension to your booth. The perfect lightning can also bring out the beauty of your jewelry thanks to its reflective materials. 

5. Organization

Organization

Lastly but most important, pay attention on how you organized your jewelry displays. This will be a big thing to customers, it is pleasing to the eye, and it will be easier for your customers to differentiate each jewelry from the other.
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Friday, December 4, 2015

How to Keep Your Jewelry Store Organized This Holiday

Ways to Keep Your Jewelry Store Organized This Holiday Rush

Holiday gives businesses the best advantages of all seasons, more sales, more customers, brand exposure, and more products to introduced. But this also means that your shop will be busy as people walk-in and out of your store. That's why it's also important to be a plan early and keep your jewelry store organized this coming holidays.

Schedule everything.

Don't miss any events this year, fill up your personal calendars. Keep track of everything and each activities there is for your retail store. You can also take note of all the shopping holidays there is, the promotions your planning to do and when to launch those. 

Better foot traffic, better shopping.

There will definitely be an increase of customers in your shop, and the question will be is your shop ready for it? As much as possible, allot some space to allow your customers to move freely around your store so they can see more of other jewelries without having a hard time. This will make your customers comfortable while allowing them to try and see more of your jewelry collections.

Labels are important.

Labels are important, it helps customers and makes shopping more easily. Like if you have a wrapping service in your jewelry shop, point out where the it is so customers won't ask questions again and again. 

Promotional posters.

Another great way to attract customers is the proper placement of your promotional posters. Make sure they are placed somewhere that customers can see clearly. You can put in the front of your store or by the shopping window.
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Friday, November 13, 2015

New Arrival: Textured Printed Paper Boxes in Different Sizes

With the latest arrival of different jewelry displays, you now have more options as to how you can showcase your jewelry in your retail store or when joining events and trade shows.

This November, we’d like to bring you more ways to showcase your vibrant jewelry pieces and inventory in a whole new way. No need to go looking for other sources for your ring or necklace display needs because we made sure to pick up the pieces that will be useful for your jewelry business. Included in the new products we have to offer is a variety of textured printed jewelry boxes. Below are some of the items that you can find in our New Arrivals section. Enjoy your shopping!

Sky Blue Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

Dimensions:

Sky Blue Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes
(2"L x 2"W x 1 1/2"H)
(3 1/4"Lx 2"W x 1"H)
(3 1/2"L x 3 1/2"W x 1"H)
(6 1/2"W X 5"L x 1 1/4"H)
(8"L x 1 3/4"W x 3/4"H)



Flowers Red Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

Dimensions:


Flowers Red Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

(2"L x 2"W x 1 1/2"H)
(3 1/4"Lx 2"W x 1"H)
(3 1/2"L x 3 1/2"W x 1"H)
(6 1/2"W X 5"L x 1 1/4"H)
(8"L x 1 3/4"W x 3/4"H)



Red and Gold Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

Dimensions:

Red and Gold Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

 

(2"L x 2"W x 1 1/2"H)
(3 1/4"Lx 2"W x 1"H)
(3 1/2"L x 3 1/2"W x 1"H)
(6 1/2"W X 5"L x 1 1/4"H)
(8"L x 1 3/4"W x 3/4"H)



Cherry Blossoms Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

Dimensions:

Cherry Blossoms Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

(2"L x 2"W x 1 1/2"H)
(3 1/4"Lx 2"W x 1"H)
(3 1/2"L x 3 1/2"W x 1"H)
(6 1/2"W X 5"L x 1 1/4"H)
(8"L x 1 3/4"W x 3/4"H)



Zebra Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes

Dimensions:

Zebra Textured Printed Paper Jewelry Boxes
(2"L x 2"W x 1 1/2"H)
(3 1/4"Lx 2"W x 1"H)
(3 1/2"L x 3 1/2"W x 1"H)
(6 1/2"W X 5"L x 1 1/4"H)
(8"L x 1 3/4"W x 3/4"H)

These textured printed jewelry boxes are great to use for packaging. They completely keep the purchased jewelry your customer bought and come in different designs and shapes. Make your brand stand out with these textured printer paper jewelry boxe
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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Tips to Sort Your Jewelries in your Jewelry Box

Tips to Sort Your Jewelries in your Jewelry Box

Jewelry is a beautiful thing, so why not make the most of it and organize it? Perhaps, it’s time to finally open up the jewelry box and organize your jewelry. Keep what’s needed and let go of those that are not. Here are 10 tips to help you start:

1. If a piece of jewelry has been sitting at the bottom of a collection for a while, chances are it probably won't be worn anytime soon. So it’s better to place them somewhere else.

2. The best and worst thing about organizing jewelry is the nature of jewelry itself. Make sure to know what to keep and what to stay in your jewelry box.

3. Get thrifty. Just like clothes, jewelry can easily be sold or donated to a local thrift store.

4. Old jewelry proves rife with potential in terms of decorative makeovers that require minimal effort. So yes, you can make a new jewelry out of your old ones; all you need is a little imagination and effort.

5. Are you really going to wear that chunky bangle from the '80s high school dance? Do you really need all of those costume strands of pearls? If you don’t need it anymore then maybe it’s time to let it go and get it out of your jewelry boxes.

6. Being decisive is the best way to approach any attempt at cleaning, and jewelry proves no different.

7. Set aside anything with a vague sentimental value—not the heirloom earrings or necklace your grandmother gave you but those horrendous earrings you’ve worn on your high school prom like 7 years ago.

8. Some jewelry drowning beneath more recent purchases will most definitely seem worth resuscitating. Jewelry trends like clothes come and go, so better check out if the jewelry design has return as a trend then maybe you can wear it again.

9. It's all too easy to revert back to the same pieces day in and day out, but try to force yourself to get inspired by some older pieces of jewelry.

10. Old jewelry doesn't have to go to waste — just make sure if you decide to keep it, you actually do something with it instead of just letting it gather dust in a corner.


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Thursday, October 22, 2015

The Most Famous Jewelry Stores around the World


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For most women, purchasing jewelries is not the easy; we all look for jewelry pieces that are elegant in their designs, those that are made of perfect and precious materials. But buying such jewelry is going to be a carefully considered purchase to make only after creating a budget, researching price comparisons, and probably saving up for some time. But imagine for a moment that money was no object, where would you go? Well, such thought lead us to round up the most famous jewelry stores in the world where you can find the best and most fabulous pieces of jewelry.

• Tiffany and Co.

Tiffany and Co

Tiffany was established in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany, they are now known to be a very exclusive store. Tiffany and Company is known for their classic, clean-cut diamond jewelry designs, such as the classic tiffany-style setting popularized by the brand, and for its iconic stature in popular culture. It has also trademarked the particular shade of blue used in all their advertising and packaging, and jewelry boxes.


• Cartier


Cartier

Founded by Louis-Francois Cartier in Paris in 1847, the Cartier jewelry and wristwatch company is one of the world’s most famous jewelers and the only one that can truly claim to the be “jeweler to the kings.” Similarly to Tiffany, Cartier has a reputation for quality that precedes them. Whilst their price tags are also out of most people’s reach, there range of products is undeniably beautiful.


• Piaget


Piaget

Piaget began to design and build the ultra-thin movements that were to become one of the company's "signatures", making an enduring impression on the watch-making world. In 1960, Piaget launched the Caliber 12P, the world’s thinnest automatic movement. It measured just 2.3 mm thick. Today Piaget is known as a truly global brand, operating in over 12 countries. (Sources: http://int.piaget.com/history)


• Lorraine Schwartz Diamonds & Fine Jewelry


Lorraine Schwartz Diamonds & Fine Jewelry

Although the company has been around for three generations, the jewelry firm now known as Lorraine Schwartz Diamonds & Fine Jewelry. She has designed for celebrities such as Beyoncé Knowles, Jennifer Lopez and Cate Blanchett.



• Bulgari

Bulgari

From its humble beginnings in a small Greek village, the Bulgari jewelry company has risen to become one of the most famous jewelers in the world. The trademark is usually written BVLGARI in the classical Latin alphabet, and is derived from the surname of the company's Greek founder, Sotir Bulgari. Today, Bulgari operates almost 300 stores around the globe, and was sold in October of 2011 to the LVMH luxury goods conglomerate for a record-breaking $6.01 billion.
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