For those of you who travel to jewelry trade shows and conferences, easily displaying your jewelry can be a bit tricky and cumbersome. That’s why a travel display set is vital to your success and your overall experience. A travel display set will be easier to set up and tear down. It will offer versatility for ideal presentations in most spaces. An attractive and comprehensive display set built with high-quality materials will be resistant to the wear and tear of transportation and climate change. When these display details are covered, you can relax and focus on your customers with confidence and ease.
Our 35-piece chestnut faux suede display set is a huge hit among many traveling jewelry artists. And now, another 35-piece set has been added to our line of travel products. This one is covered in what is known to be one of the first fabrics ever made—linen. The strong fibers of linen make it a great choice for travel because it is hardwearing; it remains stable in many climates (the fabric naturally wicks away moisture and resists dirt and dust). Linen is also easy to keep clean, provided spots are addressed right away with soap and water. What more could you want from a display fabric?
Another reason that many jewelers choose classic linen backgrounds for their designs—other than it being so travel friendly—is its crisp, textured, and professional look. Our new linen display set is neatly accented with dark brown faux leather trim.
“Natural linen has been a very popular display color because it works well with many other colors,” says Denise Wright, Rio Grande product manager for display and packaging products.
She’s excited about this new display because it offers the whole package: durability, transportability, and it’s the perfect neutral backdrop for a variety of designs and color schemes. The entire set can fit into a sales case. We recommend the aluminum rolling carrying case for this set. The multi-functional risers can be nested together for easy packing and also can be used as presentation trays or storage trays.
What do you look for in travel displays? Do you have any travel recommendations, tips, or tricks for making jewelry trade show excursions more efficient and profitable? If so, we’d love to hear your trade show tips!