Global behemoth and brand new names secure accolades in contest.
The winners of the Display Awards Ceremony, designed to celebrate the best visual merchandising and stands at Jewellery & Watch Birmingham, have been announced with both small brands and global jewellery giants topping the lists.
Winner of the Best in Show was Pandora, for its impressively sized stand complete with bright red Mini. Runner up in this category was Uno de 50, which is exhibiting at the show for the first time this year.
The Creative Innovator award was presented to Nero Steel, an Australian design company based in Sweden that creates watches and journals. Runner up in this category was Fineline by Katahati.
The Best Things Come in Small Packages award was created to recognise great design created on a small budget. The winner of this award was contemporary silver jewellery brand Kokkino, while C6 by Anne Cohen, which specialises in diamonds set in carbon, won the runner up prize.
The awards were presented by i2i portfolio director for fashion and jewellery Julie Driscoll and British Display Society director Alan Springall, who was previously responsible for the windows at London department store Selfridges.