Alex Monroe, Hot Diamonds and Cabinet among brands at Feb show.
The Jewellery Show at Spring Fair has doubled the size of its Design Gallery for 2013, welcoming big name brands and talent to watch including Pandora, Alex Monroe, Laura Gravestock and Cabinet.
The show, which takes place from February 3 to 7, also plans to be the biggest to date with new features and new product areas. More than 21,000 visitors are expected from more than 70 countries, following an extensive UK and overseas marketing campaign.
The Design Quarter area, a “destination area for buyers looking to source inspirational and one off collections from top designer makers and brands” is set to double in size, welcoming new brands in 2013 including Alex Monroe, Laura Gravestock, Cabinet Studios and Danila Tarcinale.
A number of designers from Europe will also make their UK debut at The Jewellery Show, including Eva Schreuder and Anja K Designs.
The show will be laid out across two halls, with precious and fine jewellery, platinum, gold, palladium, loose diamonds and coloured stones, as well as new ranges of directional jewellery, silver jewellery, jewellery accessories and watches.
There will be catwalk shows each day in the Catwalk Café, with the latest jewellery trends due to be showcased in association with jewellery trends and analysis service Adorn Insight. A full seminar program for jewellery retailers and businesses is also set to take place at the Catwalk Café.
Brands exhibiting at The Jewellery Show include Pandora, Hot Diamonds, Clogau Gold, Storm Watches, Tresor Paris, Laura Gravestock, Cabinet Studios and Babette Wasserman London.
Julie Driscoll, exhibition director of The Jewellery Show, said: “The Jewellery Show continues to build on its position as the premier buying event for the industry with new features and well-targeted content.”
The Design Quarter Gems section will return for a third year, found within the Design Quarter, which is sponsored by the Houlden Group, where the Houlden Group Designer of Excellence Award 2013 will be given.