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Luxury Pet tag collection launches at IJL

Supplier Nathan & Stock Ltd has launched a luxury collection of pet ID tags at International Jewellery London (IJL), specifically designed for sale in jewellers.

Monty Stock London,, created by husband and wife team Carole and Graham Stock, is a collection of pet tags made from sterling silver, rhodium coated and hand-set with a genuine diamond.

The collection features 12 classic designs, ready for engraving and can be keep as special forever keepsake or as a pendant or keyring. Retail prices for the luxury tags range from £130.

The collection comes complete with gift packaging including a satin pouch, ribbon-tied gift box, polishing cloth and a gift bag. Retailers also receive a custom-made, compact display unit free of charge.

Carole Stock director Nathan & Stock Ltd said: “We wanted to create something really beautiful for pets. The luxury pet market is growing year-on-year with many owners looking to purchase a premium product for their dog, cat or horse to reflect their own lifestyle. After extensive research, we realised there is very little available in precious metal pet tags and we took this a step further by adding a real diamond.”

Nathan & Stock are exhibiting the Monty Stock Collection at IJL (stand Q138) at London’s Olympia from September 3-5.


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