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Home > Jewellery News > Jewellery & Watch welcomes 18 Italian brands in February 2016


 

 Jewellery & Watch welcomes 18 Italian brands in February 2016  












  
 
BIRMINGHAM, December 13, 2015 - Jewellery & Watch has confirmed 18 Italian brands joining the impressive line-up of exhibitors for February 2016, signifying a77% increase in Italian brands at the show.

Organised by i2i Events Group, Jewellery & Watch is established as a sourcing ground for the latest in international jewellery and watch collections, and this season will be championing fresh, innovative design across all sections.

REBECCA

REBECCA is heading to Jewellery & Watch once again with its launch to the UK bringing elegance and glamour with quality craftsmanship. With all design, manufacturing and distribution taking place in the luxury brand’s Florentine factory, all the key components and raw materials making up Rebecca’s jewels are also native to Italy. Rebecca was one of the very first companies to use raw materials such as bronze and steel in their products to create high quality, Italian made pieces.

Fellow Italian brand and fine jewellery brand, Ferrara Gife Gioielli will also return to the show. With a philosophy that is the desire to combine aesthetics and functionally of the jewel, a line of jewellery has been produced using natural pearls, accompanied by stones like emeralds.

Roberto Giannotti

Roberto Giannotti have chosen the UK market to expand commercially and will present the “story” of their brand at Jewellery & Watch with a focus on their Angels collection; a unique collection with a strong emotional meaning. “The idea is really simple but extremely emotional. The collection is made solely with precious materials (gold & silver) representing the natural protection of “The Guardian Angel” which travels with each individual during our lives.”, Fabrizio Pagano, Marketing Director.

Nomination will exhibit at Jewellery & Watch this year, choosing the UK market not only for the local economy but also for the trendsetting market that opens up new opportunities for the brand. “In the UK we have seen a strong interest for Nomination and our products have been received extremely well, especially the Composable Bracelet“, Alessandro Gensini, Marketing Director at Nomination.


 

   
 

   


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