Jewelry packaging is essential for safeguarding all kinds of jewelry, including bracelets, necklaces, earrings, gemstones, pendants, rings and more! No matter what type of jewelry you produce, we can offer eco-friendly jewelry packaging that can be custom-designed to fit your specific needs.
Jewelry is often presented in a case or package designed for display and presentation purposes. For example, if you want to present a diamond engagement ring, the box will likely be plastic or glass with a clear top. However, if you want to display a diamond ring in your jewelry store, the glass may not be appropriate. This is especially true if you're displaying a large piece of art. It's important to remember that jewelry packaging will ultimately determine the way your jewelry is perceived and this influences the salesperson's ability to sell a specific piece.
Jewelry cases, boxes and packaging come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. You may choose from hard plastic, nylon, or glass. When choosing which kind of case to use, keep in mind the purpose you have in mind. If your jewelry is intended for personal display, choose a jewelry case that is attractive enough to encourage potential buyers to pick it up and take a closer look.
Jewelry boxes and jewelry bags are great if you are selling jewelry at special events, trade shows, and other large venues with lots of passerby's. These products typically have their own individual compartments that allow the jewelry to be organized and protected while still being visible to everyone who visits the event. When you're providing jewelry packaging at a craft fairs or trade shows, you want the jewelry to be seen by those who visit the booth so that they can make an informed decision on whether or not they want it.
Jewelry packaging should also match the color and design of the jewelry. If you are presenting a white gold, silver or gold-plated necklace, it's best to use clear packaging so that it blends with the jewelry. If you're offering pink or yellow or rose gold-plated jewelry, a pink or rose-colored bag might be more appropriate. For silver and gold-plated jewelry, a clear bag will work best. For jewelry that is handmade and/or made with precious gems, a jewelry box is fine.
Jewelry packaging should be made from durable material. Most jewelry boxes are made of heavy cardboard, but some are made from polyethylene or other flexible plastic.
Jewelry boxes come in a variety of different sizes depending on how much jewelry they house. The most common sizes are one-gallon (for one ring or necklace), five-gallon (for a pair of earrings or bracelets), eight-gallon (for a set of earrings or necklaces), fifteen-gallon (for a set of multiple gemstone earrings or bracelets), and thirty-gallon (for a set of multiple gemstone necklaces or bracelets). If you are selling wholesale jewelry, you may choose a larger size since your inventory is larger. Jewelry packages are usually designed for this. Your jewelry can be placed in the jewelry box and then wrapped and sold in a brown paper carton or with your company's logo and information.
Jewelry packaging can also be used to protect the jewelry itself from damage. You can purchase plastic sleeves to store your jewelry or a clear plastic bag that holds your jewelry. However, these sleeves tend to get banged up fairly quickly and will require repositioning and reassembly after every time you use it. A clear plastic bag may not work for all jewelry pieces. If you plan to keep your jewelry in your jewelry box, then a plastic sleeve or a gift bag may be a better choice.
Jewelry wrapping supplies include bubble wrap, tissue paper and rolls of paper. In addition, many jewelry vendors use a special clear plastic pouch, which can hold two pieces of jewelry, and they can be tied together using string, ribbon, or even duct tape. to create a gift wrap. These boxes can be found in many different colors and shapes and styles and can be folded or cut into small squares to place in a gift bag, or basket.