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    Punctuation marks

    Dear sirs,
    Please help me to put punctuation marks in the following sentence: "Postolit -- a jewelry brand -- boasts a unique history." Or will it be better: "Postolit, a jewelry brand, boasts a unique history." Does this sentence sound good in English?
    Thanks a lot in advance!
    Best regards,
    Julia

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    Re: Punctuation marks

    I'd use the commas.

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