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Fei Lui touches down in Europe following trade show debut

Fei Lui touches down in Europe following trade show debut

Award-winning jeweller Fei Lui has rolled out across a new territory following a successful debut at Inhorgenta Munich. Showcasing at the show for the first time, the brand launched a new 18ct gold collection, inspired by the wonders of the stars. The brand exhibited with its 18ct gold collection Whispering as well as Alyssum Collection,

Pandora unites with software partner to support capacity expansion

Pandora, one of the world’s largest jewellery manufacturers, has announced a partnership deal designed to support its capacity expansion plans. This morning the jewellery brand confirmed it has secured a deal with Quintiq, a Dassault Systèmes company and global leader in supply chain planning and optimisation, to assist with its growth strategy. Pandora aims to

Manu triumphs at Inhorgenta with 23% sales boost

Hameln-based jewellery manufacturer Manu found success at Inhorgenta by bagging new business deals across Europe. According to the brand, Manu’s stand in Design Hall C2 was visited by longstanding loyal customers as well as many new customers. Manu has exhibited at the Inhorgenta Munich for approximately 30 years, 19 of which have seen it under

ElenaLara Jewellery presents new perspective on chains and gemstones

A fine jewellery brand from Milan has secured a raft of new business off the back of German trade show Inhorgenta earlier this month. ElenaLara attended the Munich fair for the first time this year and was able to expand its presence across Europe thanks to its range of new jewellery. According to the brand,

Merci Maman founder named UK’s top flexible and part-time business woman

The founder of personalised hand-engraved jewellery Merci Maman has been honoured by being named in the 2018 Timewise Power 50 awards. Béatrice de Montille, who is being represented in the Power Founder category for small business founders who have used their start-up status to work flexibly, told the story of Merci Maman and her own

Waterford celebrates landmark trading anniversary

2018 marks 235 years in business for crystal brand Waterford. This year, the brand is celebrating the significant milestone, with the UK team telling Professional Jeweller they are extremely proud and honoured to be representing a brand which has truly stood the test of time. Throughout 2018, Waterford will be celebrating the landmark year with

Bespoke department boosts business for Charles Green despite challenging market conditions

Birmingham-based jewellery manufacturer Charles Green has reported a bumper year of sales for 2017, despite a raft of challenges. During the last 12 months the company saw sales increase of 4.8%. Reflecting on the positive trading year, Charles Green states the rise in sales is due, in part, to its bespoke department. Over 2017, Charles

Ania Haie hits the ground running with global distribution deals

Newly-launched affordable jewellery brand Ania Haie has secured a raft of global distribution contracts and accounts off the back of Vicenzaoro, just two weeks into business. The brand, which was created by the founders of Chrysalis and launched on January 16, has confirmed distribution deals with companies in Italy, Latin America, Spain, Austria, Canada, Greece,

Fei Liu Fine Jewellery’s gold launch doubles festive sales

Award-winning jeweller Fei Liu Fine Jewellery’s recently-unveiled gold collection has been crowned the brand’s bestseller for Christmas 2017. Over the festive season the Alyssum collection, which was launched at International Jewellery London in September, secured a high volume of sales. While the exact amount has not been disclosed, Fei Liu has revealed it was the

Tiffany & Co reveals sales spike following bumper holiday trading

New York-based jeweller Tiffany & Co has reported that an improvement in-store and online over the festive period has resulted in a worldwide spike in sales. The jeweller has recorded a worldwide net sales increase of 8% to $1.05bn (£0.72bn) for the two month period ending December 31, 2017. Tiffany and Co has, in part,