Jewellery & Watch closed its doors on a strong show for 2018, with visitors from across the globe seeking the latest collections of loose gems, diamonds, watches, bespoke jewellery, Silver, semi-precious and wholesale fashion jewellery from more than 270 exhibitors. A spectacular array of new collections was on display from 4th - 8th February from brands including Unique & Co, Alex Monroe, Gecko, Beach Art Glass, Clogau, Dogfever and Fiorelli, together with new international brands including Astra from New Zealand, Carini Gioielli from Italy, Chordia Gems from India and Mioro from Turkey, which debuted for the first time. The quality of exhibitors was a high point for a number of visitors including Julie of Jewels Angel, “I haven't seen such a good selection for many years. There are more products to choose from than in previous years.” Jewellery & Watch 2018 attracted some of the nation's most loved high street names and prestigious jewellery boutiques, with the likes of J M (Goldsmiths), Fenwick Limited, Banks Lyon Jewellers, Jessop Jewellers Ltd, The British Museum Co., Beaverbrooks, Marmalade Fine Jewellery, John Lewis and ChloBo Jewellery in attendance. Enhancing the visitor experience, The Atelier provided an all immersive trend showcase experience of what's new, what's hot right now, what exciting trends are ahead for AW18/19 and SS19, and crucially, how visitors can make it work for their business. Jewellery & Watch will return to the NEC Birmingham from 3rd - 7th February, 2019.
To register for the show please visit the website www.jewelleryandwatchbirmingham.com
Posted: 31 May 2018