Following on from the hugely popular launch of the Ania Haie Twister collection, the next launch for the fashion-forward jewellery brand is the Fringe Appeal line. Highlighting a key catwalk trend for 2019, the Fringe Appeal Collection is made up of cleverly created tassel-adorned pieces. From sweeping-fringed statement ear cuffs to cascading necklaces, each piece showcases a unique fringing design. Aimed at fashion-focused customers, this collection makes a statement. Other collections in the pipeline for SS19 include Mineral Glow, an opal and turquoise adorned range set to land in March, and Bohemia, a free-spirited collection launching in May.
Launching at Jewellery & Watch, jewellery designer Charlotte Lowe will introduce new editions to her Timeless Treasures collection. This new range of gold and platinum rings are designed to be shared as promise, wedding, engagement and remembrance rings. On first glance, each ring appears to be a textured band, but on closer inspection, etched images within the metal are revealed. This image represents a precious moment that is treasured by the wearer.
Leading jewellery supplier Gecko will launch a new range, Alphabet, at Jewellery & Watch. The new line of pendants was created in response to the continuing personalisation trend and follows the huge success of he leading supplier’s Birthstones range which launched in spring last year. The Alphabet collection, which has been designed in-house, features unique art-deco style lettering, crafted in sterling silver, and accented with delicate pave CZ stones. Elsewhere the jewellery supplier will also be launching an extensive gold offer.
Award-winning jewellery designer Lucy Quartermaine will be launching a capsule collection at the NEC this year. Taking inspiration from the brand’s signature Drop collection, Petal is a new line that captures the essence of the ever-popular Drop line, but mixes it with a lighter hand. The sterling silver pieces echo the shape of their parent collection but feature open fretwork rather than solid forms. The designer will also be launching her new and updated brand values at Jewellery & Watch.
Sif Jakobs Jewellery
Sif Jakobs Jewellery is enhancing the service it offers customers who want to tell a personal story with its latest range of jewellery. Alongside a striking new collection, the brand will be introducing a new customisation service, allowing consumers to engrave its designs for the very first time. The primary collection in Sif Jakobs Jewellery’s SS19 range is Follina, an elegant set of stylish necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings, adorned with round and square charms, some of which have a frame of sparkling zirconia stones, with room to write a personal message. The brand is also capitalising on the popularity of its rainbow hue pieces with new colourful designs.
Thai Design Distributors
Family-owned Thai Design Distributors Ltd has provided custom-manufactured silver and gold jewellery and giftware since 1975. They are uniquely able to provide designers, wholesalers, and retailers access to manufacturing in Thailand along with the convenience of sales support based in London. This allows them to ensure customers receive exceptional service, quality and turnaround times, all at manufacturing prices. An extensive in-house range illustrates the capability and flexibility of the factory, which has departments specialising in everything from casting and stamping to stone-setting and polishing. Trust and exclusivity are essential to the relationships they build with their customers, which begins with the first introduction. Make sure you say hello to the company at Jewellery & Watch.
Unique & Co Gold
As part of Unique & Co’s 20th anniversary celebrations the leading supplier launched its very first 9ct Gold line. With attainable price points and covetable, demi-fine styling, 50+ retailers are now successfully stocking this collection. This season Unique & Co will be further investing into the range and doubling its breadth with over 70 new styles, all launching at Jewellery & Watch in Birmingham. Featuring minimalist, geometric and organic forms from the natural world, the new pieces are set to become timeless favourites.
Unique & Co Ladies
Unique & Co’s love of interesting textures and finishes defines its sterling silver SS19 collection. With over 70 new styles, Unique & Co has created multiple ranges of capsule collections, all launching at Jewellery & Watch. With pieces to suit all retailers, each capsule collection is designed to layer into existing ranges and consists of softly brushed finishes, pave highlights, rhodium features, 18ct rose gold vermeil and 18ct yellow gold vermeil highlights.
Unique & Co Men’s
The leading supplier’s matt, brushed men’s jewellery finishes were a great success last season, so for SS19 Unique & Co is building on this demand with over 70 new styles launching, across all product categories. The brushed texture will be an important feature, alongside finer details. Pieces take inspiration from architecture and engineering, and meet today’s male consumer demands for stylish, easy-to-wear pieces. Be one of the first to view the products by visiting Unique & Co at Jewellery & Watch.
UJT is a family run production house, which has been manufacturing classical and colourful jewellery for four generations. Always competitively priced, UJT is known in the industry for its striking gemstone pieces, alongside an expansive bridal offer. The latest offer by UJT is a line of tennis bracelets. Available in different metal colours and carat weights and quality, the company’s selection provides something for everyone in the market to buy a sparkling tennis bracelet.
Wedds & Co
New for 2019, Wedds & Co is introducing solitaires, trilogies, halos and clusters designed with the millennial customer in mind, alongside matching wed-fit bands to achieve realistic price points without impacting on the retailer’s profit margins. Visitors to Jewellery & Watch will also be able to view the bridal supplier’s compact wedding ring display solutions to complement any discerning retailer’s window, without the need for vast investment.