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Independent jeweller marks decade in business with one-of-a-kind collection

Independent jeweller marks decade in business with one-of-a-kind collection

British bespoke jeweller, W&W Jewellery, is marking a decade in business with a new, one-of-a-kind collection inspired by this milestone. Founded in 2008 by third-generation jewellers, Richard and Simon Warrender, W&W Jewellery is renowned for creating bespoke jewellery for clients who crave originality and distinctiveness. Combining their expertise with a penchant for the extraordinary, the

Charles Green strengthens design team with CAD appointment

Birmingham-based jewellery manufacturer Charles Green has bolstered its bespoke capabilities by welcoming a new CAD designer. Following a rise in demand for personalisation items with a 20% year-on-year growth since 2014, the company has appointed Annabel Lumb to boost the size of its design team. Lumb graduated from the Birmingham School of Jewellery and has

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery receives warm welcome to Primrose Hill

Independent retailer Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery has been warmly received by Primrose Hill businesses and residents as it completes it store fit on Regent’s Park Road. The new shop and studio is the retailer’s first venture into London, and Primrose Hill offers a location filled with like-minded businesses. The Primrose Hill boutique offers a unique

Charles Green expands design team as bespoke sales soar

Charles Green appoints a new full time CAD designer to work within its growing design team as bespoke sales continue to increase.  Following a successful year, the sixth-generation family business, based in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, now boasts a strong team of thirty-two. The company’s newest addition, Becky Neil, will work within Charles Green’s £50,000

Banneya London launches interactive buying experience

Online bespoke jewellery hub Banneya London has launched an interactive customisable fine jewellery buying experience called Banneya Meets You. In the form of a pop-up boutique, located at 73 Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London, the event invites consumers to meet the founders and designers behind the online company and create their own pieces of jewellery. The

Bespoke jewellery offering arrives in Hinckley

Leicestershire-based JN Jewellery has launched a personalisation service following the store’s opening last month. The gold and silver jewellery retailer is inviting customers to design their own made-to-order pieces. John Nicholas, who owns the shop, has been in the jewellery business for the last 25 years, and also runs a workshop at Chilvers Coton Craft

Annie Haak says ‘I do’ to bespoke bridal jewellery

UK-based jewellery brand Annie Haak is introducing a bespoke service to its online platform, offering personalised bridal jewellery. The collection, made in Bali  and beaded in the UK consists of two styles of bracelets, ‘Grace’ and ‘Graceful’, each offering a choice of seven Swarovski crystals. “We wanted to create something different,” said Chloe Kind, the

Bespoke sales soar for Charles Green following positive trade shows

Birmingham-based wedding ring and jewellery manufacturer Charles Green has reported a rise of just over 100% in bespoke jewellery sales in Q1 compared to the same period in 2016. Charles Green launched its ‘bespoke’ service in 2014 and has seen it grow consistently year on year, but since exhibiting at Baselworld and moving on the

Bespoke jewellery continues strong growth as UK manufacturers invest in 3D printers

2016 saw continued growth for bespoke jewellery throughout the UK and Ireland as GVUK Design, Gemvision and EnvisionTEC distributor reports 30% growth for the year. The three-month blip immediately after Brexit aside, GVUK Design saw a month on month increase in sales of Gemvision’s Matrix and CounterSketch plus strong sales of EnvisionTEC’s latest Micro Plus

EXCLUSIVE: Tustains grows self-designed jewellery arm due to popular demand

Warwickshire jewellers Tustains will be expanding its in-house jewellery offering next year following high demand from consumers. The company has been expanding its self-designed jewellery for about five years now, and now has a formula which will allow this side of the business to grow even further. “It started off with a few pieces which