Fine jewellery brand searches for retail partners as it expands into wholesale

London-based jewellery brand Savage & Rose has announced plans to expand into wholesale, giving retailers across the UK the opportunity to stock its fine jewellery designs.

Since its launch in October 2016, Savage & Rose has established a strong e-commerce business, selling directly to consumers. It has also built up a loyal customer following on social media channels and has been featured in consumer magazines such as Grazia, Perfect Wedding, the Mail Online and You & Your Wedding.

Classic with a contemporary edge, Savage & Rose draws upon three generations of jewellery heritage to produce jewellery manufactured to the highest standards by an unrivalled team of expert craftsmen.

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The brand currently works exclusively in 18ct and 22ct gold, set with a selection of stones to cover a wide price range. Its entry-level designs are adorned with cubic zirconia, while higher-end pieces feature diamonds and pearls. However, it will be adding to its portfolio with an exclusive silver collaboration, which will be unveiled later this month.

Krishan Chopra, director of Savage & Rose, shares: “Although this is a new move for the Savage & Rose brand, our family has been wholesaling jewellery to the trade for 30 years, so it is second nature to us and seemed the logical next step for the brand. We are delighted to be launching our beautiful jewellery into the wholesale market and are looking forward to working with quality retailers across the UK.”

Savage & Rose plans to support its stockists by offering complimentary point-of-sale materials and packaging, as well as providing bespoke training for staff and social media collaboration.

Trade prices for Savage & Rose jewellery start from £76, with minimum order values from £1,000 for silver and £5,000 for gold.

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