British jewellery brand signs big re-orders during busy Olympia show.

British jewellery brand Lucy Q has revealed details from its successful showing at International Jewellery London (IJL), securing eight new stockists and taking large re-orders from existing stockists for the Christmas period.

New stockists include W Bruford in Eastbourne; Village Jewellers of East Barnet; vintage jeweller Philip Lloyd in Surrey; Tundra jewellers in Devizes; Wright Jewels in Romford; Harrow’s De’Paul Jewellery; Winchmore Jewellery and KEO Jewellers in St Georges Shopping Centre, Preston.


Additionally, the company took large re-orders for existing international stockists, including Hanne Anderson in New Zealand.

During IJL, founder and designer Lucy Quartermaine unveiled her new Couture Drip collection, featuring freshwater pearls and Swarovski stones for the first time. The pre-existing Drip collection continued to spark the most interest from retailers, with the newly launched Art Deco range also proving popular.

Quartermaine also points to a resurgence in popularity for her Jigsaw collection. She explains: “As ever, IJL was a fabulous experience. I’m so grateful that my new designs were received so warmly and it is always fun catching up with so many retailers and designers."