Quan Jewelry Brings Their Quotes Jewelry Products to the Luxury Gift Market via First Class In-Flight Publication

Quan Jewelry, maker of inspirational handmade jewelry and greeting cards, will be featured in Celebrated Living Magazine, the luxury first and business class publication of American Airlines.

San Francisco, United States - November 12, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Quan Jewelry will be featured in Celebrated Living, American Airlines’ publication for their luxury- and business-class passengers. Celebrated Living reaches more than 4.2 million elite travelers with each issue. Its readers are accustomed to the finer things in life, including comfort, good food, great wine, and high art. That means they might be hard to shop for — or find it hard themselves to shop for their loved ones. As a creator of beautiful, high-quality products, Quan Jewelry hope to be able to fill a need in the high end gift market for creative products which are truly meaningful and unique, and to give customers the ability to express in words the often unspoken elements of life, love, friendship and gratitude. The things that are hard to put a price tag on.

A representative of the company said, “It’s not easy to figure out what to get someone who has everything. People can be hard to please or they can say they simply want nothing. At Quan Jewelry, we specialize in gifts that show that you are ‘thinking about them regardless of how hard they are to shop for.’”

According to the QuanJewelry.com site, their founder, Alex Tran, started the company because he “knew that so often, people fail to share their hearts and feeling with their loved ones because they don't know how to articulate them. Quan Jewelry is the answer.”

Some of the the collections they offer are entitled Island Life, Say You Love Me, Life's a Journey, and Live, Breathe, Yoga.

About Quan Jewelry:

Quan Jewelry started as a way to make a difference in the gift industry. Quan specializes in handmade quotes jewelry and offers hundreds of options so that you can find the perfect gift. Its jewelry provides an opportunity to express one’s deepest feelings through powerful words. All items come with a ready to gift greeting card for the occasion at hand. In a world where the years tend to slip by too fast, Quan Jewelry helps you say what you need to say.

Contact Info:
Name: Alex Tran
Email: Send Email
Organization: Quan Jewelry
Phone: 1-800-288-1535
Website: https://www.quanjewelry.com

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