Attleboro, MA (PRWEB) July 30, 2008
Guyot Brothers Company, Inc., a jewelry findings manufacturer for over 100 years, understands the age-old question every sales representative and every manufacturer are asked nearly every day - "What's new?" Even revived jewelry trends such as Victorian, Art Deco, vintage style, and classic costume jewelry from the 1940's and World War II era need updating with new findings and fresh twists each time a particular jewelry fashion returns to market, and Guyot Brothers understands the need designers have to continue to build and improve their product lines. "The constantly changing world for consumer and fashion products requires a continual flow of new ideas for design and enhancement purposes," noted Stephen Guyot, President of the 104 year-old company. "Jewelery is an important part of self-expression, requiring an ever-expanding variety of designs and components. By continuing to add new items our line, we can help feed the creative spirit of the designers and manufacturers in the jewelry and decorative arts industries".
Andrea Guyot Twombly added, "Having a long history as suppliers to the costume jewelry making trade gives us an unusual perspective on what markets may be seeking, and we try to fill that need, sometimes even before they know they need it or want it. After 104 years one might think that a jewelry findings manufacturer would run out of ideas for new items, however, it seems the opposite is true. Ideas for new items turn up almost every day."
The Guyot website found at http://www.guyotbrothers.com and especially the free irregular e-letter are fast becoming the display case for their new items, and subscribers to their e-letter benefit from early postings and notices about new items and foreseen jewelry trends, either season trends or long-term trends.
Located in Attleboro, Massachusetts, the Birthplace of the Jewelry Industry in America, Guyot Brothers continues to manufacture their high-quality line of stamped jewelry findings, including filigree, charms, floral, and other stamped decorative items. The company maintains a showroom at the factory in Attleboro.