Bright bracelets by Anchor & Crew
Anchor & Crew will be at IJL equipped with an array of new products. The brand’s biggest launch at the show will be its new watches, designed to sit perfectly alongside the bracelets. Jewellery wise, Anchor & Crew has gone full steam ahead with designing up to seven new collections for visitors to view at their stand.
Andrew Geoghegan looks to France
True to form, Andrew Geoghegan will be exclusively launching a number of striking fine jewellery pieces at IJL. French inspired collections include the Chapiteau cocktail and bridal pieces with strong hexagonal forms. Elsewhere, Geoghegan will showcase a new Cannelé bracelet and the Clair de Lune diamond collection with earrings and intriguing colour combinations.
Pop of colour at Amore
Amore Argento – Love Silver goes back to basics with Classico, a range which celebrates the classic cluster and updates it with a modern twist. Elsewhere, Amore Argento – Love Gold will present striking 9ct gold pieces, the new Splash of Colour collection and bespoke options. Following a comprehensive re-brand, Amore now offers new packaging and an affiliate website system.
Anniversary Celebrations at Alexis Dove
Celebrating her brand’s 10th anniversary this year, Alexis Dove will launch the new English Rose collection to the trade at this year’s IJL. The delicate and feminine jewellery range takes inspiration from the designer’s best-selling debut collection Wild Rose, offering sterling silver and gold vermeil pieces adorned with flora and fauna motifs. New additions to the Menagerie collection will also be available to view.
Assay Office Birmingaham
The Assay Office Birmingham will be exhibiting as The AnchorCert Group this year, which is the company’s new collective name and encompasses the following divisions: Assay Office Birmingham; AnchorCert Analytical; AnchorCert Academy; AnchorCert Gem Lab; SafeGuard Valuations; AnchorCert India. Info on all of these will be available from the stand.
Biiju presents pink hues
Fine jewellery brand Biiju will be showcasing its new collection Satin Ribbon at IJL this year. As the name suggests, the new range is delicate, romantic and wistful. Crafted in 18ct rose gold and pink gemstones, Satin Ribbon comprises ear climbers, jackets, studs, rings and necklaces. Pieces have been designed to be versatile and beautiful and will also be available in Fairtrade gold.
Beginnings – EDIT
Beginnings presents at IJL a striking collection of bold, heavy weight sterling silver pieces, including cuffs, torques and collars. Incorporating modern silhouettes, punchy textures and geometric shapes the EDIT adds a contemporary twist to the Beginnings collection.
The Chrysalis Charm
Fashion brand Chrysalis will be launching three new collections at this year’s show. Both the new Bohemia and Two of a Kind ranges feature the brand’s signature bangle, while the new Charmed collection comprises necklaces, expandable rings and earrings. Staying true to the brands ethos symbolic meanings are a constant throughout the collections allowing consumers to stack up personal pieces.
New generation pearls by Claudia Bradby
Inspired by the want for something new, Claudia Bradby will be presenting new generation pearls in the form of three AW16 collection. The new ranges, Geometric, Ombre and Essential Luxury, all feature designs that continue to prove the modern resilience of pearls as they encompass the classic stone in a modern design.
Clogau offers a royal variety
Celebrating its Welsh and British royal roots with its campaign Gold of Royalty, Clogau will be presenting with key new collections and striking additions to current best-selling lines. Clogau has a number of new 9ct gold pieces, created in response to retailer demand. The brand will introduce new 9ct gold collections, Serenade, a collection inspired by magical adventures under the enchanting moonlight, and introduce new pieces to best-selling lines Eternity and the iconic Tree of Life. Also launching this season is a new take on the well-known Debutante, Kensington, and Origin collections.
Jewellery cleaning specialist Connoisseurs will present three ‘game-changing’ products at IJL – the Dazzle Stik jewellery cleansing power brush, Dazzle Drops advanced jewellery cleaner, and Dazzle Drops silver jewellery cleaner. These treatments are said to “change the face of jewellery care” as they offer consumers a safer and more efficient solution to daily grime.
Core of Continental
Continental Jewellery UK will be presenting the Continental Collection, which officially launched at the Hong Kong jewellery show earlier this year. The range combines classic design with state-of-art technology to deliver high quality products with a timeless look and quality. The company will also showcase a new range of bridal jewellery.
D for diamond explores Noah’s Ark
Inspired by the story of Noah’s Ark, D for diamond will be introducing a new collection of animal, rainbow and star motifs. The new range uses diamond cut and bright enamel detailing to create fun and high quality pieces for children.
Deakin & Francis marks 230 years
This year, Deakin & Francis are celebrating an impressive 230th anniversary and IJL the business will be marking this occasion in style by launching a new and unique 230 Capsule collection. Sterling silver cufflinks within the new range have all been designed to replicate old coins. With a gold plated finish, they feature six unique, intricate designs that have a personal link to Deakin & Francis. As with a coin, the wearer will even see that the back of the cufflink features the special, 230 commemorative dates.
Diamonfire introduces coloured stones
Diamonfire introduces a new collection for AW16, presenting a more trend-driven direction for the brand as new additions present a modern twist on the classic Diamonfire designs. Notably, the brand will be showcasing ring, pendant and earring sets that partner the clear Diamonfire stones with dramatic black and beautiful Champagne hues, alongside statement rings, stacking rings and ear jackets.
Rosabella rebrand for Domino
Domino will be launching new Rosabella designs, complimented with new branding and a fresh brochure. New pieces offer a tempting selection of both classic and contemporary jewels across a range of price points. A particular highlight for Domino is the introduction, across some suites, of coloured cabochon stones. All pieces are available in 18ct gold alloys and feature ready-set, HSi diamonds in a variety of different settings across a range of silhouettes. Coloured stones include the classic ruby and blue sapphire, as well as stones such as peridot, iolite, citrine, and garnet.
Dower & Hall presents Wild Rose
The new Wild Rose collection draws on the signature Dower & Hall style with nature inspired, sculpted curved forms. Crafted in sterling silver, and also available in 18ct gold vermeil, the range transforms a classic motif – romantic roses – into a selection of modern jewellery. The brand will also present new stacking rings and a fine offering.
9ct designs for DWJ
DWJ will be back this year and showing a comprehensive collection of 9ct, 18ct and silver jewellery. New for 2016 are price conscious designs of 9ct diamond and diamond & gemstone rings and earrings, plus 9ct diamond illusion bracelets. The 18ct range includes traditional clusters, trilogy and eternity rings, while the silver pieces offer gemstones, diamonds and cubic zirconia designs.
Edblad goes Velvet
The AW16 Velvet collection by Edblad unites Swedish minimalism with opulent styling. The collection features an a wide range of materials – gold, steel, brass and sparkling stones – in pieces that have been created for the fashion conscious woman. Designs offer matt rose gold hues, geometric shapes, different colourways and intricate details.
Elements Gold goes Vintage
Infused with the essence of the Mediterranean, Gecko will be showcasing the new Elements Gold collection, which embraces rich coloured jewels and diamond details. Inspired by vintage treasures the range invites the wearer to explore a world of beauty and opulence.
Nature inspired Elements Silver
Drawing from nature Elements Silver will introduces a new collection that takes inspiration from the four elements: Water, Earth, Air and Fire. In the Water collection fluid forms crafted in sterling silver, swirl around Swarovksi stones, whilst organic textures and crystalline structures glisten in the Earth range. Air explores dynamic negative space, emulating ephemerality and lightnes, while Fire evokes glowing embers and flickering flames,
EW Adams joins IJL line up
Fine jewellery maker, EW Adams is showing for the first time at IJL 2016. The third generation family-run company is celebrating 70 years of craftsmanship and design this year and marking the occasion by pulling out all the stops. EW Adams has created five 18ct gold and diamond rings adorned with different gemstones for visitors to see.
Firma by Ellie Air
Italian for signature, Firma by Ellie Air Jewellery takes inspiration from an antique ring that the brand’s designer found already engraved with her initials. The signet ring she discovered was an unusual shape, a detail reflected throughout the new collection, with dainty 9ct gold and silver stars and rhombus forms also featuring heavily. Each design in the range has been adorned with a star set stone.
Silhouettes for Fiorelli Silver
Fiorelli Silver explores statement silhouettes and unique finishes to create an AW16 collection that evokes a sophisticated modernism. Inspired by transformative textures and tones, the range features baguette stones, cool collars and ombre hues.
Fei Liu shoots for the Stars
Fei Liu unveils a glittering collection inspired by the beauty and movement of Shooting Stars. This new silver collection from the award-winning designer comes in two unique series: Northern Star, which combines topaz and rhodium, and Golden Star, which marries citrine and yellow gold vermeil. Offering fine jewellery at an accessible price, the two colour combinations play with yin yang and the choice between cool and warm tones means there is something to suit a variety of tastes.
Fiorelli Fashion AW16
From fusing cut crystals, modern orbs and dynamic geometric forms, Fiorelli Fashion presents a statement range of contemporary classics for the modern woman. The blend of minimalist structure and decadent detailing reflects a cool and creative new collection to take consumers from day to night.
Gecko will be presenting Fiorelli Gold’s second jewellery collection, where organic, sculptural forms and vibrant, jewel tones collide. Crafted in 9ct gold and adorned gemstones, the brand offers retailers a stylish yet accessible fine jewellery collection.
Forevermark will be showcasing its new Black Label collection, a new generation of fancy shape diamond cuts, which create an exceptional sparkle. Available in oval, square, cushion, heart and round shapes, the Forevermark Black Label is the result of years of research by diamond experts that have defined new standards for fancy shape diamonds.
Fred Bennett will be showing another strong men’s jewellery offering at IJL this year. Reflecting modish masculinity without pretension, the AW16 range develops an industrial theme with pockets of graphic influences, fused together with the brand’s signature style. Look out for the new additions of collar pins, tie clips and signet rings.
GCDC launches 2017 contest
Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council is returning to exhibit at IJL, with a new stand and new location perfectly situated by this year’s designer jewellers. As always, GC&DC’s presence at IJL marks the launch of the Council’s annual competition, which has helped and encouraged many careers in the jewellery and silversmithing profession.
Diamond jewellery manufacturer Gemex has extended its highly popular award-winning range of halo-style rings and will be unveiling many new designs with round and fancy set centres at IJL. Engagement ring mounts in the collection are available with or without the centre stone and all sit flush with a wedding band.
Henryka will be exhibiting at IJL this year to showcase the brand;s new and exclusive nature inspired pieces, and its best-selling trend-driven jewels. Hero pieces for Henryka include Dreamcatcher pendant and a Feather pendant and brooch. The Dreamcatcher has been crafted in sterling silver and features a green amber centre and three coral beads, whole the Feather piece has been adorned with hand painting details.
Hans D. Krieger adds a twist
Hans D. Krieger will be showcasing a new range of diamond adorned jewellery crafted 18ct white gold with black Ruthenium plating. The new pieces marry traditional quality with a modern, on-trend look. In addition, the brand will also present elegant designs which feature a mill grain setting.
Hockley Mint goes Deco
Hockley Mint will be unveiling a fluid, modern range of designer bridal jewellery, as well as introducing a new direction for its successful WedFit collection. . The new 20-piece designer bridal jewellery range features sweeping curves and Deco-inspired settings as focal points, while the WedFit offering comprises 16 solitaires, adorned with round brilliant, princess cut and marquise diamonds, two three-stone rings and two seven-stone rings with matching 3/4 eternity bands.
John Moore captures dreams.
Award-winning jewellery design John Moore will be showcasing two new collections at IJL – Unicorn and Swift. Unicorn features a horn in the form of pendants, earrings, studs, rings and bracelets, while Swift draws inspiration from wings and feathers.
New venture for Jos Von Arx
At IJL Jos Von Arx will be launching Eurjewels, a new ladies distribution division dedicated to sourcing the best upcoming jewellery brands from Europe and bringing them to the UK. After an exhaustive search Jos Von Arx identified the Italian brand Roma 1947 and the Spanish brand Vidal & Vidal Signature collection as the correct products to add to its existing Dutch Sparkling Jewels range.