Brown & Newirth launches exclusive rose gold alloy

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Pink Champagne collection shown at The Jewellery Show for first time.

Brown & Newirth unveiled its range of Pink Champagne rose gold wedding, engagement and eternity rings at The Jewellery Show in Birmingham this week.

The 18ct rose gold rings have been made from a specially created alloy that the brand said is exclusive to it. The rings have a lighter colour than other rose gold jewellery on the market, with the diamond-set rings using champagne or white diamonds.

Brown & Newirth said that the collection was well received by retailers and lost out on the annual CMJ award for Best Jewellery Collection at The Jewellery Show by a single vote. The winner of the 2013 CMJ award was Pandora.

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The Pink Champagne collection is the fruit of a new inclusive method of working at the jewellery manufacturer which it has called its Design Club. The ethos behind the Design Club is that it welcomes ideas and opinions from all members of the companies, as well as external partners, to create a mood board from which ideas are taken and used to shape final collections.

Brown & Newirth sales director John Ball said: “As pink gold accounts for up to 20% of bespoke designs, especially within the London region, Brown & Newirth launched our exclusively alloyed alloyed pink gold collection.”
Brown & Newirth unveiled its range of Pink Champagne rose gold wedding, engagement and eternity rings at The Jewellery Show in Birmingham this week.

The 18ct rose gold rings have been made from a specially created alloy that the brand said is exclusive to it. The rings have a lighter colour than other rose gold jewellery on the market, with the diamond-set rings using champagne or white diamonds.

Brown & Newirth said that the collection was well received by retailers and lost out on the annual CMJ award for Best Jewellery Collection at The Jewellery Show by a single vote. The winner of the 2013 CMJ award was Pandora.

The Pink Champagne collection is the fruit of a new inclusive method of working at the jewellery manufacturer which it has called its Design Club. The ethos behind the Design Club is that it welcomes ideas and opinions from all members of the companies, as well as external partners, to create a mood board from which ideas are taken and used to shape final collections.

Brown & Newirth sales director John Ball said: “As pink gold accounts for up to 20% of bespoke designs, especially within the London region, Brown & Newirth launched our exclusively alloyed alloyed pink gold collection.”

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