Weston Beamor is supporting its home city with an exhibit at the Birmingham Made Me Design Expo this week.
The event is taking place at Millennium Point building until June 19.
The exhibition provides a platform for Birmingham manufacturing companies to showcase their design and manufacturing skills to other businesses and the public.
A conference running alongside includes a number of workshops and lectures including The Design Council’s annual summit, which is being held outside London for the first time it the Council’s history.
“With 70 years history of producing jewellery in this city Weston Beamor is delighted to be involved in Birmingham Made Me,” says the company’s head of business development, Glen Day.
“We are also proud to be exhibiting alongside so many notable and globally-recognised brands such as Landrover. There Is no doubt that the public at large is once again starting to value products which are designed and made in this country and I’m pleased to say that as this exhibition underlines, Birmingham businesses like Weston Beamor are at the heart of this renaissance.”