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Hatton Garden jeweller gets pre-Christmas makeover

Hatton Garden jeweller gets pre-Christmas makeover

Holts Gems, a long standing retailer of Hatton Garden, has launched new branding and a new website. It said it has invested in a “world-class” ecommerce platform to showcase its ranges, including precious coloured gemstones and gemstone set jewellery. The company said customer feedback so far as been positive. The new website will include features

Dollie launches new website and social media initiative in Christmas campaign

Collectible silver brand Dollie Jewellery has unveiled a brand new consumer-focused website running alongside a social media campaign to target Christmas consumers. Designed to offer a fresh, easy-to-use format that reflects the brand’s personality, the new website aims to offer consumers better navigation from a revamped home page, with products re-categorised to make them easier

Daisy London uses teens to help dictate future designs

Jewellery brand Daisy is using Yubl, an app made for teenagers, to get input into its products with a view to design new pieces based on feedback. Daisy posts pictures on the teenage messaging app and can allow users to vote on their favourite products during the design process. Although Daisy is only currently using Yubl

Daisy London plans to blossom with new online flagship store

Daisy London has launched a new website, which has been completely redesigned and offers a new look, smoother user experience and expanded blog and content areas. The site’s sleeker content hub is designed to inspire consumers and enhance the browsing experience with smoother navigation. Daisy’s site features celebrity collaborations, new collections and style tips, and

ROX brings in experts to increase online luxury jewellery sales

Scottish luxury jeweller ROX has employed the services of a specialist internet agency to track the performance of its online business and steer its ecommerce activities in the right direction.   The jewellery firm has selected technical marketing agency Yard to implement and run a programme of digital marketing and analytics for the domain rox.co.uk,

Bright Sparks United relaunches website and expands team

Creative and digital marketing agency Bright Sparks United has relaunched its website and welcomed a new team member. Founded by Satbir Tamber of award-winning jewellery brand Esoteric Luxury, the new agency offers an excess of services including website design, digital content marketing, search engine optimisation, copywriting, media training and consultancy services. Bright Sparks United also

Lily Gabriella launches new website

London-based fine jewellery designer Lily Elia has launched a new website for her brand Lily Gabriella. The designer’s new site will now make her jewellery collections available to both loyal fans of the brand and lovers of fine jewellery from all over the world. The site allows consumers to browse through collections, learn more about

LucyQ reports record online sales over Christmas

British jewellery brand LucyQ has reported record sales via its website during the Christmas trading period. The LucyQ website saw a sales increase of 70% year-on-year over Christmas, while the brand’s overall sales for the whole of 2015 were up over 30% on 2014. Brand founder and designer Lucy Quartermaine attributes this to increased marketing within her retailers

IJL launches new mobile-compliant website

UK trade show, International Jewellery London, has launched a new cross platform website for 2016. The show, organised by Reed Exhibitions, unveiled a new site for the New Year, which enables users to view the website on any device, while improved resolution and usability facilitates quick and easy navigation. Sam Willoughby, show director, comments: “With

Laura Jayne Strand moves into freelance jewellery design

Award winning jewellery designer Laura Jayne Strand has decided to pursue a career in freelance jewellery design. After years of working with internationally recognised jewellery houses including Theo Fennell, Moussaieff and PureJewels, Strand has decided to pursue a career in freelance. Strand explains: “Having worked with some of the best known names in the industry,