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We are a wholesale only company. You must have a tax-exempt certificate from the state where your business is located.

Depending upon availability, most orders ship within 1-5 business days. During peak times, we ask that you allow 7 to 10 business days for your product to ship.
If you need it fast, give us a call and we will do our best to accommodate.
Yes – for a small fee we will ship blind label to your customer via UPS or US Flat Rate Mail.

We offer Credit Card, COD, Net 30 or prepay. For Net 30 application please call or email.

We accept MasterCard, Visa and Discover

Yes- depending on the quantity of the pieces on the order we are able to offer group discounts.

Our prices are based on the intrinsic and artistic value of the design and the labor to create the piece, as well as the metal content.

Our charms are all sterling silver; however you may order most designs in 10k or 14k gold. The more you wear your silver the less it needs to be polished. You should avoid spraying with perfume or having any strong creams on your hands when you handle jewelry. Please note that smoking also discolors sterling silver.

Sterling silver is a mixture of 92.5% pure fine silver and other metal alloys.

Pewter without the harmful element of lead. Lead is not used in manufacturing of our charms or pewter gift accessories. Certificates of compliance from our suppliers are available and on file.

We are located in Garland, Texas.

All of the Campus I.D. Greek silver charms come jump-ringed onto a card with a sterling silver jump-ring and are boxed in a clear plastic box for display. All bracelets and chains also come carded and boxed. All gold and collegiate comes packaged in a beautiful blue velvet box.

Yes! We can make your group drop or school logo or design as a charm, key ring, or other piece. Contact us for a quote.

Yes – we can provide any of our products pictured in our catalogs as an image for use in advertising for your business. Please call for assistance.
No- some have been enlarged to show detail

Yes – we are licensed by Affinity Marketing for our Greeks and by CLC and LRG for our collegiate.

Metals are a commodity. Prices are dedicated by supply and demand. Many silver mines have stopped mining; therefore at this time we are at a 15-year supply deficit. Many governments have been buying silver on the open market in order to make their own commemorative and currency coins. Another factor is the high demand overseas. Just recently people were legally able to buy silver, gold, and platinum, with the largest demand in silver. Lastly, the US dollar has weakened over the last few years. There are other factors that also come into play, but we feel that these are the most important.