Wedding Rings Specialist Focuses on Made in the USA Jewelry

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At a time when most e-tailers are selling wedding rings made in India and India, one website has decided to promote made in the USA jewelry.

At a time when most e-tailers are selling wedding rings made in India and India, one website has decided to promote made in the USA jewelry. It’s one of the best kept secrets in the Jewelry Industry.

“Most wedding rings are actually produced in India and China as well as other Asian countries”, writes Dan Globus, CEO of Dan goes on to write “The fact of the matter is that it far less expensive to produce jewelry in Asia and the jewelry manufacturers that once existed in America are now gone. There are only a small handful of companies still located in the USA producing wedding rings.”

So why is this e-tailer, who is directly competing with websites carrying these Asian produced wedding rings, sticking to his guns and still selling American made products?

“The finest wedding rings that were ever produced have always been produced in the USA. Even with production costs so low in Asia, the quality is still questionable at times and most importantly, the product is not supported locally. This means that you cannot receive the customer support that we can provide as our manufacturers are right here in the USA”. opened its doors to the public last September with a fairly small line of wedding rings. The line has steadily grown to a selection of close to 500 wedding and engagement rings which are all available in a number of metals, widths and sizes.

This wedding rings specialist offers wedding rings made out of 14 and 18K white and yellow gold, platinum, palladium, titanium, stainless steel, Sterling silver, Argentium silver, and ceramic. Visitors can shop according to type of wedding ring (e.g. gold rings, platinum rings, titanium rings, etc.), by metal type (e.g. 14k white gold, palladium, stainless steel, etc.) and by price range.

In addition to selling USA made wedding rings, is also unique by being able to offer “designer quality wedding rings” at wholesale prices. “We have cut out as much of the overhead of the business as possible and work very closely with the factories. This allows us to give our customers pricing that is just a fraction above wholesale costs”, Dan tells us.

What does the future hold in store for They are still looking to partner with 1-2 other USA based manufacturers whom they feel would be a great fit for their site. Because of the higher costs of USA made goods, Dan feels that is the perfect vehicle for these manufacturers and believes that people living in the USA are willing to spend more for a quality wedding ring that is made in the USA and supported by a USA customer service.

For more information about or to view its collection of USA made wedding rings, visit


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