Weston Beamor will use this year’s International Jewellery London to demonstrate its expertise in creating customers’ bespoke pieces using CAD Design, 3D Printing and traditional hand finishing.
Richard Vinten, one of the company’s specialist CAD Designers, will be working on the stand throughout the show to demonstrate to visitors how a very rough sketch, or simply an idea, can be transformed into a three-dimensional design ready for manufacture.
Glen Day, business development manager at Weston Beamor, believes that Vinten will prove to be a real attraction at the show. He comments: “Rich and the team have great skill and flair in making the sketchiest of briefs into attractive and successful items of jewellery. It’s important that our CAD team works closely with the customer and it’s that personal touch that ensures we deliver exactly what is required.”
When creating bespoke pieces, the Weston Beamor CAD team works side-by-side with its in-house goldsmiths and stone setters. Visitors to IJL will also be able to see another skilled WB craftsman in action, expert diamond setter Stuart Shearer, who will be demonstrating his skills in the new Jewellery LIVE area at the show.
Day adds: “A bespoke offering is becoming more and more important to retailers in the current market conditions. We pride ourselves on being the ‘behind the scenes’ workshop for hundreds of retailers and designers across the country, focusing on customer service and quality. IJL is a great opportunity for new and existing customers to meet the team and get a real understanding of what we can offer them.”