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Marcia Lanyon announces retirement plans

Marcia Lanyon announces retirement plans

Marcia Lanyon, founder of wholesale coloured gemstone company, has announced she will be retiring from the company at the end of the year. Lanyon started her career in London’s Hatton Garden, working for the gemstone dealer George Lindley Ltd and becoming responsible for stock and grading gemstones. In the evenings she studied for her Fellowship of the Gemmological Association, which

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TJDC makes IJL return after four-year hiatus

After a four-year absence, retail display company TJDC will return to International Jewellery London this September. The business decided to takee break from trade shows to focus on rolling out a rebrand, as well as investing in new in-house technology and website. In the years since it last exhibited at IJL, the company has changed

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Sam Willoughby to step down after this year’s IJL

International Jewellery London (IJL) will bid farewell to event director Sam Willoughby in October, after eight years at the helm and more than 13 years working for Reed Exhibitions. Willoughby and her team have developed many unique and market-leading features at IJL, including the VIP Diamond Club programme and an innovative 365-day strategy across content

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Henryka unveils major brand overhaul

Silver and gemstone jewellery specialist Henryka has unveil its major rebrand at the Company of Master Jewellers trade event. The brand overhaul offers independent retailers a more focused sales support package that includes contemporary point-of-sale and marketing material and a tailored sales support programme. Henryka’s new marketing material reflects the brand’s new focus, featuring atmospheric

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EXCLUSIVE: New men’s jewellery brand to launch at IJL

Oscar Graves, a new men’s jewellery brand, will be launching at International Jewellery London next month with a unique offering of bespoke luxury rings and cufflinks. Founded by Pearse Curran, who has developed the brand after 25 years in the international jewellery business, Oscar Graves has launched to fill a gap in the market for

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IJL revamps awards system in event countdown

This year at International Jewellery London for the first time media editors will have their say in judging for four categories for the annual awards.  Earlier this year, IJL announced that its long-standing exhibitor awards, Editors’ Choice, had been given a makeover with a range of new categories designed to celebrate innovation, creativity and technical


IJL unveils SS18 trends set to adorn this year’s catwalk

International Jewellery London has unveiled the trends that will be appearing on the show’s catwalk this September. Curated by IJL trend editor, Rachael Taylor, the catwalk looks highlight four key concepts to inspire retailers. The IJL catwalk will take place every day at 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 along with the trade show’s very own bridal


Yoko London returns to IJL after six years

Luxury pearl jeweller Yoko London by Euro Pearls has announced its return to International Jewellery London this year for the first time in six years. The return to the show is part of a re-invigorated strategy focused towards the UK market, which includes the appointment of two new UK sales agents – Travis Burne and

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IJL 2017 set to celebrate the new and inspirational

The 2017 edition of International Jewellery London (IJL) is set to inspire the industry this September three days, with new show features and a strong showcase of over 500 companies from 32 countries. The event has been designed to provide a ‘360 degree’ platform for successful business, sharing knowledge and debate, networking and discovering the

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SNEAK PEEK: Nadine Aysoy unveils new pieces ahead of IJL

Fine jewellery brand Nadine Aysoy is set to debut at International Jewellery London (IJL) this September following its launch in January. The brand will be showcasing collections including Tsarina, The Mille et Une Feuilles and Petite Tsarina. Tsarina was inspired by the idea that no two snowflakes are ever the same, with the range incorporating