Sunday, 3 May 2015

All's fair in love - Retail Jeweller

Fairtrade Gold launched its 'I Do' campaign this January with it's first exhibition of Fairtrade Gold jewellery. I was one of the selected jewellers whose work was on show at Cox & Power's boutique on Chiltern Street. For the exhibition, I launched my own Saturnian rings, dual coloured hand-alloyed bands all handmade in my workshop. These rings were featured in Retail Jeweller's monthly publication in March 2015 on page 48.




Cover of Retail Jeweller's March 2015 issue.

5 comments:

  1. All over on the world, women are wearing a sufficient mixed bag of jewelleries. Whether it is
    about, engagement rings, wedding rings or silver jewellery gems are amazingly popular. So
    why do as such numerous women wear adornments on regular basis and why do these
    Embellishments have such a tremendous effect in the way they look and feel? The truth of the matter is that jewelleries have dependably been an essential piece of Indian societies, filling a few needs that are profoundly noteworthy to each of us. There is extraordinary mixture of diverse gems a man can look over like ladies rings, ladies necklaces or ladies earrings, and it all that much relies on upon the occasion he needs to present himself with the blessing and on the style he needs to go for and obviously the measure of cash he is willing to pay; jewellery can be made using lavish and in addition from shoddy materials, so it's truly up to you.

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  2. I saw this 'I do' campaign on youtube and was pretty impressed by it. Nice work!

    Middle East Suppliers

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  3. I, hereby introduce myself as a Indian traditional and contemporary costume and fashion jewellery designer. Currently, I m supplying my jewellery in 10 cities namely London, Dubai, Hongkong, Singapore, Jakarta, Nairobi, Johannesburg, Durban, Bangkok and Colombo, both retailing and wholesaling. I m interested in doing business with you. Kindly visit my FB page and Instagram accounts by the name of Auraa Trends. Please let us known if you have any requirement of Indian traditional and contemporary costume jewellery.

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  5. What a good article you've written here today. It's certainly been a good day today.
    Victor

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