Parisian jewellery brand Les Georgettes will be making a colourful splash with its AW19 and Christmas offer being showcased on the boulevard. For the season, retailers will be able to introduce customers to three new bangle designs, alongside new leather insert colours. For the festive season, the brand has plenty of sparkle and new chain bracelets for the British public to enjoy. Visit the stand to see how pieces can be mixed and matched.
Aloxia, the creators of revolutionary secure earring back LOX, has introduced the world-first earring hygiene seal. The LOX Hygiene Seal gives retailers the option to ensure all earring purchases are made with increased confidence that they have never been worn before. At IJL Lox will be showcasing this innovation, alongside its established, and much-loved, products.
Jewellery designer Lucy Quartermaine has added new additions to her Teardrop and Petal collections following the success of her initial SS19 designs. Including statement necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings, new pieces complement the existing line, continue to offer something unique to the British consumer. For those not familiar, Teardrop features dainty designs, which reflect the way a teardrop falls, while Petal draws inspiration from the designer’s favourite seasons, spring and summer.
Lab-grown diamond jewellery supplier, Madestones, will be unveiling an exclusive new collection at this year’s show. In partnership with Italian jewellery brand, Royal Wings, the supplier has created a lighter and more flexible version of the classic diamond tennis bracelet. A minimalist design makes the stones stand out against a gold backdrop, while the use of lab-grown stones makes the products more accessible for consumers. Made in Italy, at IJL these will be made available to the wider market.
Matt Aminoff London
Pearl jewellery supplier, Matt Aminoff London, is always ahead of the curve and quick to respond to trends. Noting a rise in coloured gemstones, the company will be showcasing its popular designs, which mix pearls and diamonds with semi-precious stones, alongside new pieces, which are set to become fast classics, and products that have stood the test of time. Each piece is handcrafted at the company’s Hatton Garden workshops.
Mark Milton has a host of new jewellery to showcase this season. Alongside sea-inspired jewels and pieces which mix together rose, yellow, and white gold, Mark Milton will be presenting a new take on vintage, with designs featuring milligram, which achieved fame in the early 20th century, updating for millennials minds. Pieces nod to Art Deco, and are fashionable with a 21st century slant. Elsewhere, asscher cut rings will shine in gold and platinum.
Ntinga has a host of new designs, styles, and unique stones to complement its existing bespoke gemstone collections. The fine jewellery brand has developed its core collections, adding a range of coloured stones in simple pave set diamond designs, which can be used with customer stones or with the selection handpicked by Ntinga. All core range prices are also now available in 9ct and 18ct to create attractive price points for the Christmas buying period.
As usual, PJ Watson has a striking collection of gemstone-adorned pieces to show at IJL. Many of the items are bespoke and include an array of gemstones such as opal, sapphire, aqua, emerald, morganite, and diamonds. The family firm continues to cater for a variety of tastes, and is sure to have something for all discerning jewellers to sell this Christmas.
Prism Design will be highlight fresh boulder opal designs in its Milburn & Ley jewellery line. Mined by friends of the firm, Prism Design has peace of mind that the opals have been sourced responsibly. Visitors to the show will be able to browse one of a kind opal jewellery designs, alongside a comprehensive collection of loose boulder opals. The Milburn & Ley line features multiple stone combinations crafted in 9ct yellow and white gold rings, pendants and earrings offering fascinating colour options. Elsewhere, new Ti2 Titanium pieces feature colourful swirls, waves and graffiti anodised patterns on women’s pendant and earrings.
Raw Pearls will celebrate what has been an impressive year for pearls in the consumer press with a stock clearance sale at this year’s IJL. Before the lucrative trading season, retailers will have the opportunity to grab some bargains, with 25% or more off many items. The company will showcase a vast array of pearls including earrings, necklaces, pendants and an extensive collection of loose material. The IJL exclusive prices will range from £2 to £2000 ex VAT and will include freshwater, Akoya, South Sea and Tahitian cultured pearls.
Danish fine jewellery brand Ro Copenhagen will celebrate the release of its new collection ‘Rå’. The Rå line introduces rich grey diamonds in table and point cuts that are in keeping with the brand’s clean and contemporary signature aesthetic. Rå will be offered in the format of solitaire and trilogy rings, pendants and earrings that can be further embellished with add-ons such as ear hangers and party jackets. As always, Ro’s designs are finished with a signature diamond set in each piece.
Sheldon Bloomfield is set to wow visitors with a vast array of coloured stone and diamond jewellery. Strong colours for 2019 include multi-coloured sapphire, green tourmaline, tsavorite garnet, aquamarine and morganite as well as the ever-faithful sapphire, ruby and emerald. The company has also significantly extended its diamond offering this year, adding over 200 new diamond pieces for IJL alone.
Sif Jakobs Jewellery
Fashion jewellery brand is celebrating a decade in business at this year’s show. Once again taking a prominent position on the boulevard, the award-winning Danish brand will debut a number of collections, as well as introducing new extensions to existing best-selling lines. Cetara is a fresh new line, which embraces the trend for soft organic jewellery shapes, while the addition of Ellera sees the brand offer a selection of candy coloured jewels. The rainbow love continues with the introduction of magical colours in the Sardinien collection, and the popular Antella line has been reinvigorated in a striking multi-coloured version.
Ungar and Ungar
Fine jewellery brand Ungar and Ungar has never been afraid to play with vibrant colours and for AW19 it has done just that. Playing with interesting combinations of gemstones, the supplier will show pieces such as the amethyst, diamond, and ruby earrings (attached), which nod to the Belle Epoque era. Ungar and Ungar will also be highlighting its interlocking stacking ring, available in yellow, rose, and white gold.
Unique & Co Gold
As part of 20th anniversary celebrations last year Unique & Co launched its debut 9ct Gold collection. With attainable price points and on trend styling, 80+ retailers are now successfully stocking this collection. This season the supplier will be further investing into the range with many new styles to develop and complement the existing range. Designs are inspired by reinvented classics and feature freshwater pearls and high shine with cubic zirconia.
After last year’s successful launch of an expanded tennis bracelet range, UJT is set to introduce a new diamond bangles collection this coming September. Available in 1.00Ct increments up to 4.00Ct with GH-SI diamonds, these will be crafted in 14ct and 18ct yellow and white gold. Manufactured in-house with UJT sourced materials, price points are kept affordable and bangles start at £950. In addition, UJT will be showing a new diamond line necklace collection, available in two carat weights of 8.00Ct and 11.00Ct of GH-SI diamonds set in 18K white gold. Both new lines will be implemented in the updated company brochure, due out in time for IJL.
XSJ London combines traditional materials with modern designs, as showcased in its new collections, which will be debuted at IJL. Jewellery from XSJ London is made from natural gemstones, crafted in sterling silver or 18ct gold. The brand new Grey Pearl range features the finest quality South Sea grey pearls combined with 18ct rose gold and diamonds, resulting in delicate yet contemporary designs. XSJ London will also be showcasing its new Initials collection of dainty charm jewellery, offering a full alphabet of 18ct gold initials each set with a diamond detail.
Yoko London will be showcasing many new designs including the hugely successful Trend collection. Trend features a combination of modern and timeless everyday pearl designs, at attractive price points starting at £300 up to a maximum of £3,000. The pieces feature freshwater pearls with diamonds, in 18ct white and yellow gold, and include studs, drop earrings and necklaces.