Rose Gold Necklace Dropshipping Program from Galaxygold

Yes, we Dropship!

We are the web’s biggest genuine gemstone jewelry wholesaler and drop-shipper.

All of our products are manufactured in Los Angeles, California. Dropship Worldwide is available to a limited number of resellers who meet our quality and customer support requirements. You can enjoy the following benefits as a Galaxy Gold Products, Inc. brick-and-mortar or online reseller:

Galaxy Gold Products, Inc. has produced over 12,000 products in total

All product images are available (with some restrictions).

Excel CSV file to import into your website/e-commerce platform

In most cases, full product titles and item details with key-worded description are available.

Orders received before 3:00 PM PST will be shipped the same day or the next business day

Available as an optional manufacturer’s appraisal certificate

Every item comes with a free Galaxy Gold black jewelry box

Diamonds and gemstones that are conflict-free

Limited Lifetime Warranty (subject to conditions)

30-day exchange policy or full refund policy (conditions apply).

All of the items are made from 14K solid gold. They can also be ordered in Yellow Gold or White Gold.

You will be able to sell our products if you have an active website and an account with an online retailer like Amazon, Etsy, Etsy, eBay, Etsy etc. To apply for a reseller license please download our Reseller Agreement and send it back to us completely filled out to

Please include your complete contact information, website URL or store name in the email. We will then review your application and consider you for a new reseller.

We will review all applications from resellers, even if you do not have a website or an e-commerce platform. This is because we want to build long-term business relationships with resellers around the globe.

Many of our sellers have sold our jewelry for millions of dollars on eBay. But don’t worry, we keep the playing field level by offering the same price to all sellers. There is plenty of room to create your marketing plans. You are currently viewing our suggested selling prices online.

Introduction to Dropshipping Business Model

Dropshipping is a retail fulfillment option that doesn’t require the store to physically stock the products. Instead, they buy the items from a third-party and have them delivered directly to their end-consumer. This eliminates the need for inventory management and warehouse space for the seller.

Dropshipping is a better option than retail selling. This eliminates the need to store the items. Instead of stocking the merchandise, the seller can place an order directly to a third-party vendor, who will then deliver it to the consumer.

What is Dropshipping and how does it work on E-Commerce Sites

Dropshipping is simply an online business that fulfills demand. It can be done by owning a website, or simply setting up a store on several E-Commerce sites.

Dropshipping is not only possible with the help of the supplier and consumer seller, but also other members of the chain.

Here’s the production and supply chain.

Manufacturing > Warehousing> Distribution > Supply > Sell


Consumer Orders > Selling Unit > Supplier > Consumer

Every store looks for suppliers who can provide merchandise when the customer orders it. You can make a list of suppliers and then contact them to arrange delivery. OR. You can create your own shop on Amazon, Flipkart or Shopify. This will connect you with thousands of suppliers.

What legal position does dropshipping take?

Ans. Ans. Dropshipping is a popular way for retailers to make money and sell their products. Dropshipping is an entirely legitimate business model that is based on fulfillment. Dropshipping businesses must also adhere to the rules and regulations of any e-commerce platform that is associated with them.

Dropshipping is just like any other business model. It focuses on customer experience, satisfying customer needs, timely availability, marketing the brand, and so forth. Before you can start a dropshipping business, there are some requirements that must be met. Consult a corporate lawyer to learn more about the legal framework in your area.