Wednesday, August 4, 2021

GET TO KNOW: River Mounts jewellery designer Beata Hughes

Hughes talks her start in the industry, an enduring love of all things antique jewellery and her surprise love of Metallica

Four fine jewellery trends jewellers should stock in time for Christmas

Bespoke twists on old classics have become popular but what else will consumers demand over the coming six months?

PJ PODCAST: Laings’ Stuart McDowell on £10m UK-wide expansion plans

Project will kick off with the renovation of Laings' Cardiff showroom which will triple its square footage, McDowell tells PJ

INTERVIEW: Unboxing 150 years of history with Ch. Dahlinger

Managing directors Bernd Dahlinger and Valerio d’Adamo take PJ on a trip back in time through the company's transformative history in the business

INTERVIEW: Gemworld Munich organiser ‘can’t wait to get back to business’...

Munich Show managing director Christoph Keilmann tells PJ exactly why the event's October return is set to be better than ever

LIFE AFTER LOCKDOWN: Is government pulling the rug from under jewellers...

Furlough, business rates holidays and more Covid business support measures have already begun winding down

INTERVIEW: ‘Entirely carbon neutral’ lab-grown diamond brand Vrai eyes UK market

The international, direct-to-consumer brand is positioning itself as a sustainable jewellery brand with affordable luxury pieces for a younger market

Q&A: How Curteis is helping jewellery businesses turn a profit

The Curteis Creates bespoke production service facilitates the production of entire jewellery ranges and allows customers the option to customise pieces throughout

INTERVIEW: Emmet Cummins one year on from joining CMJ mid-pandemic

One year into his tenure as Company of Master Jewellers managing director, Emmet Cummins has not had the experience he might have hoped for,...

EXCLUSIVE Q&A: The e-commerce feature that Signet Jewelers says is ‘just...

Signet marketing director Elizabeth Galton tells PJ why the online retail boom is here to stay despite the return of non-essential retail more than two months ago