British jewellery designer Lucy Quartermaine has secured 26 new stockists since International Jewellery London last year.

Retailers as far afield as Dundee and Jersey, the Isle of Wight and Huddersfield, are all now stocking Lucy Quartermaine pieces with great success.

Over the last six months, 26 new retailers have launched the designer’s sterling silver jewellery in store, with 14 beginning the partnership this year.


Stockists include De Gruchy’s department store in Jersey, Penny Farthing in East Grinstead, Stephen Henderson in Dundee, Nicholas Wylde in Bath and Bristol, David Shuttle in Beaconsfield and, most recently, Beales department store in Bournemouth.

“At the back end of 2016 my wife and I stumbled up to a small jewellery show in London and immediately fell in love with the Lucy Q range,” shares Penny Farthing managing director, Steve Rogers. “The range was in very quickly, looked amazing , caused a stir and without doubt was and continues to be a great success.

“In a ridiculously quiet week last week, in our small market town, a half dozen pieces went.”

Lizzi Hull, store supervisor  for David Shuttle in Beaconsfield, adds: “We invited Lucy Quartermaine to come on board with us in March and what a success that has been. The brand itself is absolutely stunning and very different from what we normally sell, but it is so eye catching and beautifully designed that customers cannot help but stop and look and ask questions.”