London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 19, 2014 -- Long developed antique jewellery merchant rolls out new subscriber newsletter. Customers will now be updated regularly on the most recent classical times for sale as they arrive in stock.
For twenty years, Antiquities Giftshop has actually been supplying its clients with authentic old jewellery dating back as much as 4000 years. Many consumers are collectors, and could be looking for particular pieces, so the business has actually now rolled out a new service. A routine customer newsletter will be sent to clients on the subscriber list, detailing recent acquisitions, with hyperlinks to the pieces and a concise description of the items and their places of origin.
Sales Manager Jennifer Marina states:
'Many of our clients are collectors, and they have a certain interest in particular pieces. Our brand-new newsletter will inform those consumers when products of interest show up in stock. The newsletter offers a brief description, with a hyperlink to the item on the internet site, so customers can quickly check if the item is something they are looking for and reserve it at the earliest opportunity.
This facility will also be useful to clients who could be looking for particular pieces of jewellery, such as a marriage or engagement ring, due to the fact that the newsletter will alert them to the most recent arrivals in our online store and take them directly to those items. It's an extra level of service for our devoted clients, and the very first newsletter has actually been enthusiastically appreciated'.
These items are professionally cleaned before being provided for sale on the web site. All antique jewellery items come with complimentary shipping worldwide, a certificate of authenticity and comprehensive cash back ensure.
We specialise in ancient antique jewellery and artefacts from the Roman, Medieval, Celtic, Saxon and Viking periods. We have an extensive range of bracelets, necklaces, pendants, earrings, brooches, bangles and rings. Our ancient antique jewelry includes both valuable pieces of gold and silver and those set with gems, as well as more modest items made of bronze and copper. Some types of jewellery were functional as well as decorative, such as brooches designed to secure clothing.