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Ch. Dahlinger and Hatton and Spencer join forces to launch sustainable packaging

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Jewellery packaging giant Ch. Dahlinger and trend-led packaging supplier Hatton and Spencer are collaborating on a complete line of sustainable packaging, tailored to UK jewellers.

The Ch Dahlinger 137 ‘Naturale’ collection is one of the first full jewellery packaging ranges in the UK to feature fully sustainable materials throughout, from its quality cardboard construction to pioneering wool-cardboard inserts, which offer a recyclable alternative to traditional foam.

The new range comes in at an affordable price-point and delivers a stylish, clean aesthetic with a natural undyed finish and simple lift-off-lid design.

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Jewellers will also be able to personalise their boxes for free with eco-friendly debossing, without the use of hot foil.

The packaging is available in a wide range of dimensions and caters to all popular jewellery shapes and sizes, from small rings to large necklaces.

Managing director of Hatton and Spencer, Cathie Osborne, shares: “We’re thrilled to deliver this fantastic product in time for the start of 2020. Based on feedback from our customers, as well as numerous reports and surveys from the jewellery industry and the wider retail sector, it’s clear that sustainability and environmental issues are at the top of the agenda for many UK jewellers, retailers and shoppers this year.”

She adds: “We have designed 137 Naturale with UK businesses in mind and we hope the new range will help meet the growing demand from consumers for eco-friendly packaging solutions. The team at Ch. Dahlinger have been fantastic and have worked extremely hard to source the materials at such a competitive price, and we’re looking forward to working with them again on future projects.”

137 Naturale is one of several new collaborative projects between the two jewellery packaging suppliers following the launch of their UK seller partnership in Autumn 2019.

The collection arrives alongside an affordable cardboard postal series and three premium soft-touch packaging collections.

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