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C6 by Anne CohenThis year’s International Jewellery London was, as always, a glorious mixture of all that the jewellery sector has to offer. Hundreds of exhibitors including jewellers, tool suppliers, packaging suppliers and purveyors of fine gemstones set up shop in the iconic surroundings of Olympia Grand, all vying for the attention of exhibition visitors. At an event on this scale it’s often easy to overlook a stand or two as a result of the sheer number of exhibitors, and stand holders have to be resourceful and innovative in order to attract people to their small corner of the exhibition hall. There were a handful of jewellers and suppliers who were so innovative with either their products or their stand design that visitors could hardly resist stopping for a closer look…


Talbots

Talbots

 

 

 

 

 

Describing themselves as ‘passionate packagers’, this company with over 70 years of experience in the field have developed a display and packaging system of elegant genius. On passing their stand I was drawn by the sight of pieces of jewellery seemingly floating in mid-air whilst encased in an outer frame. Described as silicon window displays, they consist of two identical rigid outer frames which connect neatly and easily with each other with the use of hidden magnets. Each frame has a silicone membrane stretched across it and it takes just a second to place your jewellery on one membrane and place the other magnetic frame over the top creating an instant and stunning display, as the jewellery is gently ‘sandwiched’ between the membranes. Although they are designed as display props it would be very feasible to actually sell the jewellery within one of these frames and provide a client with the opportunity to enjoy their jewellery piece as on objet d’art when it isn’t being worn.
http://www.talbotsgroup.co.uk/

Roche Recycle Relove

Roche Recycle Relove

 

 

 

 

 

South African based designer Roche Van Den Berg designs bold furniture and home décor pieces that are made from recycled rubber tyres and she has just branched out into jewellery. Her display looked magnificent, with huge catwalk pieces made of cut-out black rubber draped over props and an eye-catching logo and recycling message that was so different that you just had to go and see what it was all about!
http://roche-recycle-relove.withtank.com/

Kiroco

Kiroco

 

 

 

 

 

The jewellery on the Kiroco stand has a quality feel about it, looks lovely and is eminently wearable. It’s jewellery that you could easily wear every day - classic pieces. The innovative and eye catching thing about the Kiroco stand is its bold claim that their jewellery can interact with smartphones…now, this was something that I just had to find out about! Managing Director Nigel Townsend is a third generation jeweller whose passion for accessories and the jewellery trade led him to invent and develop this unique range of jewellery pieces that enable the wearer to receive personal messages and images from someone else’s smartphone. The jewellery comes with its own app which allows your smartphone, laptop, PC or tablet (anything that is connected to the web) to talk to the jewellery and the jewellery to talk to a smartphone, delivering a beautifully customised message to the receiver. You could just send a text, but Kiroco have cleverly tapped into the romance of buying jewellery that connects you to a loved one and are experiencing a phenomenal response.
http://www.kiroco.com/

Marlin Birna

Marlin Birna

 

 

 

 

 

Marlin’s colourful jewellery pieces use wild Atlantic salmon skins, chosen by her and then tanned and dyed to create vivid fish leathers in every colour of the spectrum. Using this eco-friendly by-product from the fishing industry means that not only does her jewellery come with an amazing story that her customers can share with friends (thus marketing her business for her), it is also unique as every fish leather bears its own pattern, very much like a fingerprint. The finishes are amazing.
http://www.marlinbirna.com/index.html

Amanda Coleman

Amanda Coleman

 

 

 

 

 

We have long been a fan of Amanda Coleman’s work here at the GoJD; Amanda’s ethereal, nature-inspired jewellery is so hard to resist! What attracted me to her stand at IJL this year were her jewellery display stands. She sells a wooden jewellery stand that ties in with her logo design as part of her range and her tables were adorned with giant versions of this stand, arching throughout her display area like a beautiful forest and very clearly visible from the other side of the exhibition hall!
http://www.amandacoleman.co.uk/

C6 by Anne Cohen

C6 by Anne Cohen

 

 

 

 

 

All of Anne’s sleek rings are constructed entirely from carbon; carbon in the form of graphite and also diamonds, hence the name C6 (carbon’s chemical name in the periodic table). They are lightweight and strong with a unique look and feel, but more importantly, they tell the timeless story of our existence. By marrying two different forms of the element carbon, they represent the building block of the universe from the big bang to life on Earth. Also, they come in amazing gift boxes ;-)
http://www.annecohen.dk/index.html

Jayne Coulson

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