Feminine and eccentric will hold their own alongside vibrant colour combinations at The Jewelry Show 2013. Beneath, we have a look at which manufacturers might be championing every style
Light up your life
Development stories are always awash with the standout colors for the season. On this event, narrowing the predominant hues expected to adorn the aisles at The Jewellery Present (TJS) 2013 is tricky. Guests can count on a rainbow of daring colors popping out of the stands, with a wide range of materials and strategies adding all sorts of textures to the combo.
The big brands shall be out in power, drawing the crowds with their head-turning use of colors.
Ti Sento (stand 17W30) will likely be using the show as a chance to present existing clients a plethora of coloured jewels to get excited about, while additionally actively capturing the attention of potential new retail partners. Within the Portofino Collection, Ti Sento has added rose and yellow gold-plated detail to many of its silver items. The ranges within the collection make use of shiny summer colours to assist ease prospects into spring/summer 13. As an illustration, robust greens and smooth pinks feature in cases of silver bubbles in the Jet Set range.
Goldmajor (stand 18M14-N15) can be bringing hits of colour to the show with its professional use of amber in jewellery. A pendant featuring a gold-plated disc backdrop and chain is considered one of many newbies within the Goldmajor assortment for 2013, demonstrating how vivid colours can be utilized in classic, fashionable jewelry. Pomegranate (stand 18F54) too can be bringing its specialism in silver jewelry set with coloured gem stones to the present. Nevertheless, colors at TJS are not just being delivered courtesy of gems. These retailers that have already got sufficient brands and designers specialising in coloured stones on their books received’t be disenchanted with the brightly coloured product options which have been made in different supplies.
Leather-based in zesty colour infusions will likely be seen at the show. Buddha to Buddha (stand 18L44-M45) and Gecko’s Fiorelli costume jewellery (stand K30-L31) are amongst those that will likely be delivering electrifying colors in no half measures. For retailers looking for one thing a bit softer however vibrant nonetheless, enamel is being used by designer Lucy Q (stand 18DQ38) in her Egyptian Assortment, mixed with sterling silver, and in Pandora’s (stand 18M44-P45) cherry blossom- inspired enamel jewellery for spring.
Buddha to Buddha
Whispers of whimsical
The true artists of the fragile and feminine can be exhibiting at TJS in 2013. Assume Alex Monroe (stand 18DQ08), Alexis Dove (stand 18DQ51) and Arabel Lebrusan (stand 18DQ40). Whereas the themes and inspiration differ from designer to designer, the fragile handling of metals and stones to create petite and lovely items remain constants.
Monroe continues to take inspiration from nature’s finest, this time creating cute woodland birds, foxes and rabbits
in additional petite proportions than he has beforehand used. Not solely do they make for a fragile and stylish piece of jewelry from a well-known designer, but the diminished measurement keeps prices down for buyers.
While Dove is also greatest recognized for her personal nature-based collections, the British designer shall be debuting her Helios collection at TJS, inspired by historic Greek jewellery.
If you’ve already bought antiquity and animal-impressed collections in yourcabinets,Gecko’s Elements Gold can be showcasing its spring/ summer thirteen assortment, comprising diamond-set hearts, a crescent moon and a shining star, all in delicate sizes.
Gecko Elements Gold
While Lebrusan just isn't essentially nature- or symbol-pushed, her statement delicate lattice-work items ooze female strength.
Delicate flowing lines, sure, but in a chunky, bold arrangement that's less of the ladylike and more of the masterful.
Also combining fairly with highly effective will likely be Hot Diamonds (stand 18L40-M41). Its Angel collection is abundant with female traces, however the way in which silver caresses stones provides the pieces a shot of dynamism.
While some individuals and types are famend for their delicate designs, others shall be revealing their first foray into dainty and small at TJS. As an illustration, Kleshna Jewellery London (stand H18G41) is normally synonymous with massive assertion pieces, however has made its newest offering chic and slimmed down. Visitors will be capable to see Kleshna’s Star Wand necklace and LittleMoments mini-range of cute animals and iconic symbols – expect girly and enjoyable. “2013 will be about mixing, matching, layering and taking part in,” says Kleshna Handel, founder of the brand. “My cute collections are straightforward to put on and simple to match with something, from daywear to a fab costume.”
She adds: “We're excited to preview these collections at The Jewelry Show. It’s an ideal platform to succeed in out to
a large mix of consumers, from distinctive indies to high avenue shops.”
Ortak (stand 17N10-P11) also uses decisive curves and organic shapes in its Bali collection, which will launch at TJS. Vibrant green and blue enamel creates convincing waves that will make you are feeling miles away from Birmingham.
Even Time, the present’s watch sector area, can be no stranger to whimsical takes on items more commonly related to large and daring. For example, on the Storm Watches stand (18H30- J31), the spring/summer thirteen women’s and males’s collections will launch. Highlights include the ladies’s Crystin and Duelle pieces, the place floating crystals give the watches a magical allure. Storm Watches advertising and marketing supervisor Lisa Dack comments: “The Jewellery Present is the perfect exhibition for us to showcase the new assortment, because of the glorious calibre of brands that additionally seem. We see a lot of independent and multiple buyers and really feel the present has an ideal visitor attendance.”
Have a heart
Ageless and seemingly going nowhere quickly, the universal coronary heart image continues to hold its own in jewelry. Each brand and designer has its personal tackle the symbol, whether or not it’s a twist on the type or supplies used.
Charlotte Lowe (stand 18DQ27), a newcomer to the Design Quarter this year, will be sharing her ingenious pieces that includes handcrafted, picture- etched jewellery, which celebrate shared reminiscences and journey. At TJS, Hearts of Gold shall be launched, comprising a pair framed in a coronary heart form.
Whereas some manufacturers and designers are capturing the guts in their own different styles, others, including Lowe, are spreading the love by giving merchandise charitable attraction. For each of Lowe’s Hearts of Gold sold, 15% will probably be donated to The British Coronary heart Foundation.
Also doing her bit for charity is designer Jessica Flinn (stand 18DQ70). The 23-year-previous will launch her Little Flinn children’s jewellery collection at TJS, with 5% of income being donated to the Kids’s Hospital Charity for the Children’s Hospital in Sheffield. Show visitors will also have the ability to see Flinn’s spring/ summer time 13 collection, which features a fashion-inspired pastel assortment.
Also in the Design Quarter, ethical jewelry brand Chavin Jewellery (stand 18DQ01) may have its Heart collection on show. Its Filigree Hearts are available a variety of supplies, including rose gold vermeil and oxidised sterling silver, and manage to combine a vogue focus with classic femininity.
Clogau Gold (stand 17R28) will be on the present with its Welsh gold-infused take on the classic coronary heart image, captured in each its Eternal Love collection and the center pendant from the Glyn Rhosyn assortment. Bringing heart inspiration from
one other a part of the UK shall be Devon- primarily based household silver and diamond brand Lily & Lotty (stand 18F18), which is well-known amongst its followers for its romantic heart designs. TJS will welcome 25 new designs from the brand. “The Jewellery Show is a implausible opportunity for us to showcase our assortment to a large audience of shops – both high street, online and mail order firms alike,” explains Graham Stock, managing director.
Lily and Lotty
“Our distinctive branding and the vintage styling of our stand ensures we stand out from other exhibitors. Hearts, stars and angels continue to be a strong design theme for us, together with influences from nature.”
Another model adding its own particular type to hearts and other symbols, together with stars, is Hot Diamonds with its Extravagance range. There’s a chunky high quality about these items, created by a daring use of empty space that may show popular among wearers who need to wear a statement piece that isn’t cumbersome or too heavy.
Time after time
For those looking for what’s out there in watches, Time is The Jewellery Present 2013’s dedicated watch and clock space. Just among the brands exhibiting embody Bering Time (stand 18H28-J29), Festina (stand 17N14-P15), Candino (stand 17N14-P15), Storm (stand 18H30-J31); Royal London on the Condor stand (18J30-K31), Sellmoor (stand 18J58- K59), Lambretta (stand 18K47), Arbro (stand 18L02), Oozoo (stand 18H58), Since 1853 (stand 18J48) and Time-IT (stand 18H14-J15).