Somerset House to host 130 Treasure designers

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Jewellery Week consumer-facing exhibit to offer VIP experiences.

The annual Treasure show is set to make a return to Somerset House in June, showcasing the work of more than 130 jewellery designers.

The show, which takes place during Jewellery Week, will be hosted at Somerset House for the second consecutive year, between June 14 and 16.

It will feature more than 130 jewellery designers and brands, curated into five galleries: Fashion, Design, Emerge, Fine and Essence, the latter focused on ethical jewellery or designs made using Fairtrade Fairmined metals.

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The show will also include a number of "trails" – mapped paths through the show highlighting particular designers – this year tailored to bridal, men’s and ethical jewellery.

Treasure promises cutting-edge, innovative designers from the UK and overseas. The show will also feature special talks for 2012, including a number of "Audience with…” sessions, featuring conversations with established talent in the jewellery industry.

The show organisers have also created VIP packages that include access to a VIP lounge at Treasure, champagne, goody bags and discounts at Somerset House lunch venue Tom’s Kitchen.

Designers and brands set to take place include Bill Skinner, Jayce Wong, Imogen Belfield, Alice Menter, iKuria, Malcolm Morries, Lestie Lee, Liz Tyler, Jessica De Lotz, Cara Tonkin, Grace Du Prez, Linnie Mclarty, Kasun London, Kerstin Laibach, Nicola Crawford and Lauren Elizabeth.

The show will also include the three winner’s of Professional Jeweller‘s Treasure stand competition, run in collaboration with Treasure and The Jewellery Show London, offering three winners a free stand at Treasure and the overall winner a further stand at trade event The Jewellery Show London.
 

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