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10 things the jewellery industry learned in 2017

10 things the jewellery industry learned in 2017

As we pull the party poppers and jump into a new year, it’s time to reflect on the most important trends and stories of 2017 and think about how these will shape the next 12 months… 1. Retailers are returning to gold The branded boutique boom is fading, and now retailers are reflecting on which

Accessible Fine Jewellery Highly Commended: Anthology by Domino

Accessibility is at the very heart of Domino’s Anthology collection, which the supplier’s team created to make an impact in store windows and offer customers a wide spectrum of styles and price points within each design family. As its name suggests, Anthology comprises of 10 separate collections, each inspired by its own story to provide

Domino overseas buyers

Domino bags 500k worth of jewellery orders from overseas buyers

Jewellery manufacturer and supplier Domino is ramping up its overseas operations by launching into the far east market. Domino jewellery has recently dispatched £500,000 worth of British-made gold and platinum, semi-set jewellery and diamond ring mounts to new customers in Australia, Japan and Taiwan. The orders are the result of a sales trip made earlier

Anthology collection drives sales for Domino at IJL

Jewellery manufacturer and supplier Domino launched a new collection and concept at International Jewellery London, which resulted in strong sales for the company. As its name suggests, Anthology offers stockists a number of separate collections each based on a fashionable design concept. Each ‘story’ comprises four to seven products inspired by the same theme. Pieces include statement

FEATURE: Domino introduces new collection and concept

Following a sneak peak at the CMJ and Houlden summer trade events, at International Jewellery London Domino Jewellery introduced the wider industry to a brand new product offering called the Anthology collection. Moving on from traditional neckwear and earrings suites, the Anthology offers retailers a range of capsule collections complete with strong back stories and

Fine Jewellery Brand of the Year finalists revealed for PJ Awards 2017

Professional Jeweller is delighted to announce the finalists in the Fine Jewellery Brand of the Year category of the 2017 Professional Jeweller Awards. The finalists are fine jewellery brands (producing items crafted from gold and platinum, and adorned with gemstones and diamonds) operating in the UK that have demonstrated they have the best products, sales, support, service, and marketing


The Professional Jeweller Trendsetters category shines a light on all the creative individuals who have been leading the way and setting styles over the past 12 months. Here is the glittering Professional Jeweller 2016 Trendsetters line up: Bec Astley Clarke, Astley Clarke Elizabeth Galton, Mappin & Webb Rebecca Sellors, C W Sellors Sarah Jordan, Hockley

HOT 100 TRENDSETTERS: Siobhan Maher, Senior Designer, Domino Jewellery

Last year, Siobhan Maher became senior designer for Domino’s New Product Development team, taking responsibility for the company’s core brochures and products. At a business so focused on innovation, this role is no small task. “It’s been a new and hugely enjoyable challenge,” she says. “I’ve spent this year bringing to market product that I’m

Domino expands manufacturing team

Jewellery manufacturer and supplier Domino has announced the appointment of Jeffrey Reed as materials manager. In his role as materials manager, Reed will be responsible for scheduling controlling and monitoring the flow of precious metals and other raw materials throughout its production facility.  He will also be responsible for ensuring that the highest levels of

New South East sales coordinator for Domino

Jewellery manufacturer and supplier Domino has appointed Victoria Johnson as sales coordinator for the South East of England. In her role, Johnson will be responsible for servicing independent retailers in Kent, East Sussex, Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk as well as North East and South East London. Johnson has a long experience in jewellery from