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John Watson, managing director, PJ Watson

BASEL Q&A: John Watson, managing director, PJ Watson

BASEL Q&A: John Watson, managing director, PJ Watson

A Q&A with PJ Watson managing director, John Watson, on what visitors can expect from the Picchiotti stand this year. What will Picchiotti be launching at the show? The Basel show is the most important show for Picchiotti. Picchiotti always create many special items of jewellery to be unveiled here often featuring some of the

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Must see jewellery stands at Baselworld 2017

Adore Swarovski Group brand Adore will showcase its contemporary and vibrant SS17 collection to Basel visitors. The new range features classic pieces for consumers looking for an understated look, alongside on trend ear jackets, easy-to-wear statement pieces. Turquoise and pastel pink are two key colours for the brand’s SS17 additions which offers rose, gold and

On Tuesday September 20 2016, the Ferris family celebrated the opening of their new Winchester Burrells boutique with an evening of storytelling, courtesy of ‘The World’s Greatest Explorer,’ Sir Ranulph Fiennes. More than 300 people filled The Great Hall to hear Sir Ranulph talk about his intrepid expeditions across the globe and then after the talk guests joined owners Edward and Tom Ferris in the Winchester store where chairman, Bill Ferris, officially opened it to the public. Lord-lieutenant, Nigel Atkinson Esq, chairman of the County Council, Keith Chapman MBE, and deputy mayor Cllr David McLean attended the event and offered a warm welcome to the Ferris family, stating what a wonderful addition the new store was to Winchester’s High Street.

BASEL Q&A: Edward Ferris, managing director, Burrells Jewellers

Burrells Jewellers managing director, Edward Ferris, discusses his plans for Basel and what wowed him last year. Why is Baselworld an important date for your calendar? We get to see what our key watch brand partners are launching for the year ahead. How did you find last year’s show? Fantastic, there seemed to be a

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 22:  Shoppers walk along New Bond Street in Mayfair which is the most expensive avenue in Europe for retail rents on September 22, 2010 in London, England. Findings from retail estate agents claim that over the past year rents on New Bond Street have risen to 536 GBP per square foot, exceeding that of the Champs-?lys?es in Paris. In comparison, New York's Fifth Avenue, which is the world's most expensive shopping street, has rents of approximately 1180 GBP per square foot.  (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

Industry experts discuss how the luxury jewellery market will evolve this year

Jewellery industry experts reveal how they believe the luxury jewellery market will evolve this year. Significant factors will include Brexit, and consequently the Pound, and the way consumers shop online. Frost of London founder, Dino D’Auria, predicts a very good year for luxury jewellery. He explains: “I envisage a very good year ahead largely due to

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 12:  A flag for a Tiffany & Co. store hangs along Wall Street in Manhattan on January 12, 2015 in New York City. Shares in the luxury jewelry chain fell on news of weaker than expected holiday sales. Sales in November and December dropped 1 percent to $1.02 billion worldwide.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Tiffany & Co wins battle for social influence in the industry

A new report has revealed that Tiffany & Co has the biggest social reach in the jewellery industry. The Social Influence list, compiled by SEO and digital content experts Inside Online, ranks the e-tailers that are most successful in promoting engagement through social media channels. Tiffany & Co topped the Social Influence list, with 16.7m

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Mantra partners with charity to support females in the workplace

Fashion jewellery brand Mantra has teamed up with UK charity Smart Works, to create a 2017 partnership which promotes and supports female self belief in the workplace. Founder Jo Stroud established Mantra Jewellery in 2015, creating a jewellery brand which carries purpose and meaning. Every piece of jewellery represents a powerful mantra, intended to bring

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High demand drives Shen London to place piercing range online

Following the successful launch of Shen London’s debut diamond piercing collection in collaboration with Nichola Joss last month, the fine jewellery house has expanded its luxury buying service to online. To meet the collection’s early demand, the Shen London for Nichola Joss offering is now available to buy from the Shen London website. “We want

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COLLECTION: Unicorns and rainbows shine for Jana Reinhardt

Award-winning jewellery brand Jana Reinhardt has launched a brand new collection called Rainbows & Unicorns. Just as the name suggests, the new handmade range features colourful and playful rainbows and unicorns. Tapping into the current trend for jewellery which makes consumers joyful, this unique collection features unicorn pendants, rings and earrings, alongside gemstone-adorned rainbow designs.

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Swarovski ceases production of lolaandgrace brand

The Swarovski Group has decided to cease production of its lolaandgrace range as part of the company’s strategic adjustment to its investment in its portfolio of jewellery brands, Professional Jeweller can reveal. The group confirmed that it would “wind down” the brand over the next six to 12 months, with the process set to begin

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