Jewellers get inventive with Liberty initiative

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Get Creative project includes chances to meet jewellers at store.

Liberty is set to launch a 10-day initiative called Get Creative, giving member of the public a chance to meet a host of designers and get involved with learning and making.

The Get Creative program will take place between October 24 and November 2, covering several departments within the Liberty department store in London, including its jewellery room.

It will feature interactive workshops from jewellers including Anina Vogel, Alex Monroe and Caroline Bucci.

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Liberty managing director Ed Burstell said: “At Liberty our buyers do their best to source the best in design, craftsmanship and innovation. This season we wanted our customers to be part of the magic and Get Creative; there’s something for everyone with events taking place on every floor from fashion and jewellery to haberdashery and homeware.

"We hope everyone will get involved and take the opportunity to learn and make something wonderful, it’s perfect timing for those already thinking about a bespoke Christmas gift."

London based designer Annina Vogel will be offering to engrave Victorian quotes on her latest one-of-a-kind collection, including witticisms and wise words from historical and iconic figures including Queen Victoria, Oscar Wilde, Edgar Allan Poe and Charlotte Brontë.

Alex Monroe will be offering customers the chance to create customised charm necklaces as part of the campaign, as will Caronlina Bucci, who will get creative with a range of bracelets.

 

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