Print-On-Demand Jewelry, Shirts, & More For Birthdays Special Occasions Launched

Superior quality print-on-demand services for custom jewelry, shirts, hoodies, mugs, shoes, and much more has been launched aimed at people who want to purchase unique gifts online for birthdays, anniversaries, or special occasions at the best price.

Princeton Meadows, United States - September 20, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

A new print-on-demand and custom made jewelry, shirts, mugs, shoes, and more has been launched aimed at people who want to purchase a unique gift for birthdays, anniversaries, or other special occasions. AvArikA is an online shopping platform with a difference as it offers customizable gifts at affordable prices.

Find out more at https://avarika.com/collections/print-on-demand-jewellery

The newly launched custom made jewelry service is currently being offered at a discounted price for a limited time. Shoppers can save between 35 to 55% when gift shopping. Items available include a personalized Sweetheart Charm Necklace that is ideal for people throwing baby showers in the coming months or those expecting a new arrival.

It is available in sterling silver or 18k yellow gold over sterling silver and people have a choice of one, two, or three heart charms per necklace. Each heart is hand stamped with a letter of the shopper’s choice in a modern readable font. The adjustable chain the heart will sit on measures 16 to 22 inches and features a lobster clasp.

Other gift options such as the Swarovski Crystal Pendant Necklace is ideal for nurses or apprentice nurses and can be used as a sign of appreciation or to say ‘thank you.’ The piece is a thoughtful gift for those who have been working on the frontline as nurses, doctors, and healthcare professionals.

For mums, grandmas, and special sisters the Picture Locket with Name Engraving and Photo makes for a unique one-of-a-kind gift. It is water resistant, features an adjustable necklace chain measuring 18 to 22 inches and is available in steel or 18k gold finish.

AvArikA provides unique gifts for all occasions as well as practical products that overcome everyday problems. The online store can be easily searched by category, gift recipient, bestsellers, and featured products.

A company spokesperson said: “AvArikA aims to provide shoppers with the trendiest items in one place at everyday low prices. It was started with our customers in mind and drives our mission of providing an unparalleled shopping experience by delivering exceptional customer service and great merchandise at affordable prices.”

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the link provided. Alternatively click here https://avarika.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Eva A
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Organization: AvArikA
Address: Knox Ct, Princeton Meadows, New Jersey 08536, United States
Website: https://www.avarika.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88977596

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