Lily Cole wears a palladium Vivienne Westwood brooch on the April issue cover.

Digital version available online with PDF downloads and share tools.

The digital version of Professional Jeweller’s April issue is available to read online at the click of a mouse, with page-turning technology and the ability to download PDF clippings of pages.

Our digital issues, which launched last month and are back-dated to the January 2011 issue, allow users to read each article as published in the hard copy of the magazine, with the added ability to zoom and share articles of interest via Facebook, Twitter and Digg. 


Simply head to the right hand side of the homepage, locate the cover image and click to be taken through to the digital issue. You will be asked to enter your email address only once and from there can browse the magazine with ease. 

Articles in this month’s issue include a focus on palladium, and how the metal is being marketed to both consumers and jewellery designers and retailers here in the UK. We also report on Vivienne Westwood’s new collection in palladium, and the competition co-ordinated by the Palladium Alliance and Central Saint Martins students which culminated in a prize giving earlier this month, to competition winner Leigh Cameron.

Read all about designer Laura Gravestock’s recent move into the design hub of Cockpit Studios in London, get industry feedback on the mood at BaselWorld and find out how the earthquake and tsunami in Japan has affected the jewellery industry.

And don’t forget the last page – the April issue sees the launch of Social Lite, our seen on the scene page where you will spot some familiar faces from jewellery industry events taking place in the past month. Happy reading!

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