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Anastacia bracelet pulls in sales for charity

Anastacia bracelet pulls in sales for charity

Arctic Circle Diamonds’s limited edition bracelet designed in collaboration with international superstar Anastacia has already pulled in sales for Breast Cancer Care. The bracelets officially launched last night at the Sactum Hotel, Soho, with the bracelet securing six sales throughout the evening. The design is limited to 100 pieces and is available to buy exclusively

Jewellery & Watch reveals plans to refresh the show for 2017

Birmingham-based trade show Jewellery & Watch has unveiled its plans to re-edit and refresh the show-floor ahead of its 2017 edition. The Jewellery & Watch team has announced they will make a positive investment into the show, taking on board customer feedback to create a more modern interior using sharp editing with excellent brand adjacencies.

Carol Sinfield returns to fine jewellery roots

Hockley Mint has announced that Carol Sinfield has been appointed as area sales manager for the North of England. Alongside her role as area sales manager, Sinfield will also be helping to develop and support the new You Fine Jewellery brands Arctic Circle and The Promise of Created Elegance nationwide. Sinfield has previously worked at

EXCLUSIVE: You Fine Jewellery launches The Promise Of Created Elegance at Jewellery & Watch

You Fine Jewellery has unveiled a new fine jewellery brand called The Promise Of Created Elegance at Jewellery & Watch 2016. New jewellery brand The Promise of Created Elegance teams lab-grown coloured diamonds with Fairtrade gold. Targeting all independent women, The Promise Of Created Elegance is the brainchild of Judith Lockwood and Gary Wroe, the

You Fine Jewellery appoints Sarah Jordan as creative director

You Fine Jewellery, the parent business of Arctic Circle Diamonds, has named award-winning British jewellery designer Sarah Jordan as its creative director.   With a career that has spanned more than 30 years, Sarah Jordan brings a fresh perspective and design expertise to You Fine Jewellery and Arctic Circle, and will help to develop product

Q&A: Judith Lockwood on a year of Arctic Circle

As the year comes to a close, Judith Lockwood, managing director of fully-traceable diamond jewellery brand Arctic Circle, shares her experiences of 2015, and looks forward to launching new collections and building the brand’s position in the UK market in 2016. What was Arctic Circle Diamonds’ highlight of 2015? We found 2015 to be an

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Ethical Jewellery PJCOTY 2015, Arctic Circle for Northern Lights

The curvaceous swish of precious metal repeated in the Northern Light collection by Arctic Circle carries a strong style signature that could only belong to Wales-based jewellery designer Sarah Jordan. The award-winning jeweller teamed up with the ethical jewellery brand this year to create a contemporary collection of jewellery crafted in Fairtrade gold and set

Collections of the Year: Ethical Jewellery

Professional Jeweller is excited to reveal to you the winners and highly commended in this year’s Collections of the Year brand new category – Ethical Jewellery. In this category each collection might look different, but they all have the same aim – to bring about positive change through jewellery design. From quirky new fine jewels adorned with

Arctic Circle partners with Wedding of the Year competition

Fully-traceable jewellery brand Arctic Circle Diamonds has partnered with Wedding magazine’s annual Wedding of the Year (WOTY) competition, offering the winning couple bespoke Fairtrade gold wedding bands. The Wedding of the Year competition offers one lucky couple the chance to win the wedding of their dreams worth £25,000. As part of the prize Arctic Circle

OPINION: Alan Frampton says the jewellery industry is walking on thin ice

Cred Jewellery owner, Alan Frampton, responds to an article written for the New York Times by the chairman of Tiffany & Co. called ‘When Gold Isn’t Worth the Price’. In Frampton’s words… In the opinion piece Michael J. Kowalski describes the need for independent accreditation of the raw materials used in the jewellery industry. This is