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‘No room’ for new jewellers to set up shop in Lancaster, claims the city’s independents

‘No room’ for new jewellers to set up shop in Lancaster, claims the city’s independents

Independent jewellers in Lancaster have boxed out future competitors by collectively fulfilling every customer’s needs. The city’s jewellery offering, which includes high-end Banks Lyon, family-owned Firths, fashion jewellers Silver Tree and Down to Earth, manages to target a different selection of customers. On Professional Jeweller’s recent trip for its monthly cityscape, it was apparent that

EXCLUSIVE: Lucy Quartermaine targets younger consumers with new brand

Award winning jewellery designer and entrepreneur, Lucy Quartermaine, has launched a new accessible brand, designer to target younger consumers. Qucy Jewels, is a sister brand to the designer’s eponymous, Lucy Quartermaine Jewellery, and will offer back catalogue pieces alongside fresh designs. Launched earlier this month on a brand new customer-facing website, Qucy Jewels currently offers

byBiehl reports rapid progress in plans to capture UK market

Danish jewellery brand byBiehl has got off to a successful start in the UK, with products quickly arriving in stores nationwide. Despite only launching in the UK market a little over a month ago, byBiehl has already secured award-winning retail partners. Multiple fashion jewellery retailer Mococo, and independent jeweller Neil & Barker are among the

Pandora places spotlight on life-changing moments

Jewellery giant Pandora has launched a new campaign and product offering, designed to encourage consumers to celebrate special moments with charms. This campaign nods to the brand’s roots, but keeps the concept relevant for today’s consumer. New charms include birthday, anniversary, graduation and wedding motifs, while an emotive video has been created to support the

Theo Fennell takes a page out of historic literature for new collaboration

British jewellery designer Theo Fennell has unveiled a range of jewellery that takes its inspiration from a raft of classic literature as part of a new collaboration partnership. The eponymous jeweller has announced the deal with its London-based neighbour Peter Harrington, a rare and antiquarian books specialist. The new collaboration sees the jewellery launch a

Wedding market set to drive 2018 platinum jewellery growth, claims industry report

The wedding market is set to drive a global growth of platinum jewellery, new industry data has revealed. Platinum Guild International (PGI) published the findings of its 2017 Platinum Jewellery Business Review and revealed that wedding markets around the world have become strongholds for platinum jewellery. According to a consumer study covering 55 cities, platinum

French jeweller crosses the channel to enter the UK market after rise in demand from Brits

Independent French jewellery brand Jaubalet Paris has expanded its international footprint with the launch of its debut site in the UK. The new office in London’s Mayfair forms part of the Parisian brand’s ambition to expand its global presence. The move is in response to the French jeweller identifying a rise in interest from British

FEATURE: How an international brand is changing the way consumers buy bridal jewellery

As Insignety lands in its first UK stores, we met with sales and marketing manager, Amber Saunders, to find out how the new brand on the block is shaking up the luxury jewellery market. Insignety launched into the UK with a bang, pulling out all the stops to attract trade professionals to its stand at

CarterGore expands range of tattoo-inspired jewellery with collaboration

CarterGore has extended its range of tattoo-inspired jewellery with the addition of a new diamond and gold capsule collection. The brand, spearheaded by a former ChloBo managing director, has teamed up with Steffans to launch the new variation of its Tattoo Candy collection. Although predominantly known as an online silver brand, with a growing fanatic

British jewellery brand bolsters engraving service

British jewellery brand, Missoma, has introduced a new ‘easier-to-use’ engraving service to its business. While the company has offered complimentary engraving for years, the designer jewellery brand has launched a new tool as consumer feedback revealed its original engraving service was complicated to use. The brand says on its website: “Complimentary engraving has been a