Anchor & Crew
Lifestyle brand Anchor & Crew has a whole new collection of mix-beaded men’s bracelets to showcase at IJL, featuring the likes of Lapis Lazuli, Afghani cylinders and more. Forever a firm favourite in men’s jewellery, these new bracelets, which have been designed to have a more casual look than usual, offer amble stacking options. The company will also be adding a few satellite collections for AW19, including additional clasps to the Customer range as the brand focusses on personalisation.
Hatton Garden-based diamond jewellery supplier Andre Michael is presenting a new hand-engraved premium wedding and engagement ring collection at IJL. The rings from the ‘Orange Blossom’ line will feature a centre stone diamond, in a choice of cuts, including round, princess, emerald, oval and marquis, surrounded by pave. A highly skilled craftsperson bring the range to life with ornate hand engraving setting the supplier’s designs apart.
New for AW19, Beginnings offers a charm bracelet available at two price points, with either five small links or one large link for charms to be attached to. New CZ pavé numbers add to personalisation options, in the same unique to Gecko, in-house designed art deco typography. Other charms include zodiac signs, 18th and 21st pavé-set birthday discs, and a new engravable heart and larger disc pendants. These all further build on the mix and match and personalisation options offered with the existing Birth-stones and Alphabet ranges.
Bloch & Co
Bloch Fine Jewellery has expanded its sought after halo collection with a focus on wed fit for the UK marketplace. As always the brand is using only the finest quality diamonds, hand make in its Antwerp workshops. On top of new designs, Bloch & co we will be showcasing its finest collections of diamond jewellery alongside sapphire, ruby and emerald pieces, and striking coloured diamond creations, recently previewed on the cover of Professional Jeweller.
For the new collection by jewellery designer, Cara Tonkin, layers of textured feathers hang and glimmer in the light. The Icarus line tells the tragic myth of the namesake Greek mythology legend, who dared to fly too near to the sun on wings of feathers and wax. Tonkin has reinterpreted this story, and created and eye-catching collection, which uses elegant, overlapping elements that move playfully when worn.
Calvin Klein is back with a vast selection of AW19 jewellery designs. To name but a few, the Circling collection takes pearls and beads to a new era; Dangle offers a playful chain interpretation; Wavy takes on an industrial vibe; and Statement is the show-stopping edition to the CK range. Altogether, the new pieces represent a variety of styles, with complementary watches also available.
Clarity & Success
Clarity & Success will exhibit at IJL alongside its new acquisition Bransom Retail Systems, to show the breadth of business management solutions it now offers. Check out Clarity’s recent apps for PoS, stocktaking, repairs and live sales tracking which provide more freedom in store for closer customer engagement, and Bransom’s bsmart system which offers multiple modules including industry-standard pawnbroking management as well as retail and wholesale solutions.
CME aims to spoil customers with choice at IJL by showcasing 200 new additions to their extensive and ever-evolving range of beautiful non-branded sterling silver jewellery which aims to suit every style, from the timeless classics to fashionable finds. Responding to demand from their customers CME will showcase an expanding range of yellow gold-plated silver pieces and a comprehensive new range of amber. CME aspires to give customers the look and quality of branded jewellery at affordable prices helping retailers to build their own in-house collections.
At this year’s International Jewellery London, Curteis will be showcasing a number of gold and silver pieces. First off a striking range of 9ct gold handmade solid hinged bangles and additions to the firm’s popular gold St Christopher pendant range. On the silver front, Curteis has a vast array of products being launched. The award-winning suppier will be introducing ‘Silver Collections’, these collections will feature on-trend pieces through to classic designs with a contemporary slant, which hit on style, quality and affordability.
At this year’s IJL, Diamnet will be showcasing the easiest way a retailer can open their own online diamond showroom with almost no work and very little expense. Jewellers will be able to see live examples of other online diamond showrooms, as well as viewing the firm’s successful wholesale site, which now boasts over 250,000 stones from leading suppliers. Diamnet’s number one goal is to help independent jewellers compete against online giants by providing innovative tools at a price retailers can afford.
Domino Jewellery is set to delight buyers with its diverse, design-led product portfolio. The team will exhibit product from all of its 2019 collections including Fusion – interlocking, stackable diamond rings, Empire – clustered diamond engagement and lifestyle rings, and the recently refreshed Diamond Ring Mount range. The fine jewellery design house will also debut more than 60 new pieces across two of its most popular ranges, Anthology and Rosabella. Anthology will introduce six brand new stories, while Rosabella has been refined further to provide retailers with highly commercial, classic diamond suites that hit key diamond weights at half carat increments from 0.50ct to 3.0ct.
Following the successful launch of a refreshed Elements Gold offer for SS18, Gecko Jewellery will be adding a further 39 pieces for retailers to sell during the lucrative trading season. New pieces will include gold collections of the supplier’s popular Alphabet and Birthstones lines, and jewels with Venetian inspiration. AW19 will also see more premium pieces adding, including the introduction of 18ct gold items and increased diamond carat weights.
Elements Silver will showcase 70 new additions at IJL 2019. Visitors can expect contemporary pieces inspired by the movement of water and the intricacies of coral, alongside a mixture of plain silver and Swarovski crystal adorned designs. Gecko has also added more nature inspired gifting/ self gifting lines, including butterflies and daisy designs.
Euro Pearls, who are parent company to luxury pearl jewellery brand Yoko London, will be exhibiting at a brand new stand this year. The business will be showing a wide range of pearl strands and unbranded 9ct and 18ct gold pearl jewellery, at a variety of price points, qualities, sizes and colours.
Fei Liu Fine Jewellery
The award-winning designer brand will introduce a deluxe 18ct gold collection inspired by Victorian design. Fei Liu Jewellery’s Victoriana collection comprises of vibrant step-cut stones that, combined with the minimalist form of precious metal, gives a refined vintage chic feel. The Victoriana line consists of two shaped stones. One being the octagon, which was widely popular during Victorian times, the second is the emerald cut, which the designer has cut 30% longer for an updated chic look.
Gecko Jewellery has been inspired by some of the 20th century’s most highly regarded contemporary female artists for the latest Fiorelli Silver collection. Comprising 74 new pieces, the new offer draws on the work of Frida Kahlo, Yayoi Kusama and Anni Albers. The new collection channels Frieda Kahlo’s passion for colour through a multi stone necklace and earrings, and the vivid pop of orange in the organic bubble set. Yayoi Kusama’s beautiful incorporation of spherical shapes is echoed in the half and half pave ball set, while Anni Albers graphical artistic eye inspired the rectangle link mixed metal and pave set. The collection also features a new charm bracelet, providing customers with the opportunity to create their own story through charms.
Award-winning industry supplier, Gemex, is set to sparkle with new exclusive and extended ranges of its highly successful diamond set halos, shoulders and trilogy platinum engagement rings. These rings are adorned with either GIA or IGI certified centre stones starting from 0.20 carats to 1.00 and beyond. Visitors to the stand should also ask about the company’s greatly-commended box, showcasing bestselling samples, and free state-of-the-art CADCAM services.
British supplier, Hockley Mint, has a host of new products to display at IJL. From on-trend fine jewellery letter pendants, to a new 150-piece collection featuring intertwining loops. This summer, Hockley Mint announced the launch of Embrace, a new bridal line with a loop setting, and visitors to Olympia will be able to see these products alongside the company’s brand new Pure Wedding Rings line. Pure Wedding Rings xxxxxx. With the initials trend reaching record high, check Hockley Mint’s take on the sought-after pendants.
HRD Antwerp will be participating in IJL for the first time, to mark the opening of a new drop off point in London’s Hatton Garden. At the fair, HRD Antwerp’s team will be discussing the new London location which will give UK jewellers easy access to HRD Antwerp’s services, including jewellery and diamond grading reports at very competitive rates.
UK jewellers will be able to easily capitalise on the current piercing trend as leading supplier, Inverness, formally enters the market at IJL. Inverness, the maker of one of the world’s safest and gentlest ear piercing systems, has signed a UK distribution deal with Goodman Bros (Connoisseurs UK), which will see its products become available to jewellers up and down the country. Find out at the show how you can receive free ear piercing training, and benefit from offering this service in your store.
Exhibiting at IJL for the second time, Kohinoor Jewellers has a new starry-eyed collection to introduce to British jewellers. The new line is an interpretation of sun signs, with each piece in the shape of respective star constellations. As the earth rotates, the sun and the moon travel on a set path through the sky known as the ecliptic. The 12 constellations they pass through are known as the stars of the zodiac. The diamonds show major stars making the shapes.