Jewellery retailers have been urged to look beyond a brand name and icon to the story behind the products at International Jewellery London (IJL).
Jewellery designer Stephen Webster said the men’s jewellery market is “exploding” and a key area for growth, in a talk at International Jewellery London (IJL) in Earls Court, London, September 6.

 

The atmosphere this year was definitely upbeat. Exhibitors were chatty and cheerful and there was

something for everyone to see, from tools and packaging to stones and fine jewellery.

The extensive seminar programme seemed popular and most people agreed that the event was busier

than last year.Did you attend this year as a visitor or exhibitor? Let us know what you thought of IJL 2010 here -

tell us about your highlights, favourite designers and how you feel 2010 compared to previous years:

 

Bold colours and the fantasy embodied in Alice in Wonderland were just some of the trends making an appearance on the stands at International Jewellery London (IJL) yesterday.

This award, now in its eighth year, aims to recognise and reward outstanding design in platinum and to enhance design standards of all contemporary jewellery.
It is divided into two categories:

Visitors flock to intriguing display of contemporary jewellery.