Delmonte-Smelson Holiday Catalog of Fine Jewelry

Uniondale, NY, December 17, 2008. The Delmonte-Smelson Diamond Store has just published its 2008 Holiday Catalog of fine jewelry, pearls and charms.

The new sixteen page full-color catalog is packed with elegant rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, brooches, pins, and charms at affordable prices from brand-name designers you know and respect and from the exclusive Delmonte-Smelson collection. The designers represented include Hearts on Fire, Ritani, KC Designs, Simon G, Dolan Bullock, Mastoloni Pearls, Rembrandt Charms. There’s jewelry in gold, silver, and platinum set with diamonds, pearls, and other exquisite gemstones.

Items from the catalog can be previewed online at the Delmonte-Smelson website or examined in person in the company’s Rexcorp Plaza showroom located on the mezzanine level of the west lobby. Copies of the lush printed catalog have been rushed by mail to customers, and can be requested on the website, by mail to Delmonte-Smelson Catalog, 365 Rexcorp Plaza, Uniondale, NY 11556, or by calling 516-357-8888.

Located across from the Nassau Coliseum, the Delmonte-Smelson Diamond Store has been selling fine jewelry for over 30 years. It offers a broad selection of quality jewelry with exceptional value from its own classic collection and from designers including Hearts on Fire, Simon G, KC Designs, Ritani, Dolan Bullock, and Judith Jack, and watches from favorites like Movado. Its ready-made jewelry is supplemented by custom jewelry designed to order. Specialty items and services include full-service jewelry repairs, appraisals, gemological services, jewelry replacement for insurance companies, and gift items, including crystal and picture framses.

For more information, visit the Delmonte-Smelson website at www.delmontesmelson.com, call 866-695-5395 toll free or 516-357-8888 locally, or email [email protected]. The Rexcorp Plaza showroom in Uniondale is open weekdays from 9:00-5:00 and on Saturday by appointment. Ask for Mike Delmonte, Phil Smelson, or Anthony Capece.

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