Domino puts the ‘Finishing Touch’ to its Jewellery & Watch Birmingham offering


Domino puts the ‘Finishing Touch’ to its Jewellery & Watch Birmingham offering

BIRMINGHAM, England, January 9, 2016 – Wedding rings will be firmly in the spotlight on Domino’s stand at Jewellery & Watch Show Birmingham (Hall 17 Stand P40- Q41) when it opens on 7th February, 2016.

The company will use the show to introduce a much expanded range of ‘Finishing Touches’ – special final finishes which can be applied to plain bands across its comprehensive wedding band collection.

“The Finishing Touch options we already offer have been so well received by both retailers and consumers that we have asked our design team to come up with a range of further textures and patterns. These are available for both men and women but are especially popular with grooms looking to add an individual and more personal touch to their wedding ring,” explains Domino’s marketing director, Andrew Sollitt.

The new selection takes into account the current fashion for texture and pattern and includes a number of styles based on the look and feel of luxurious fabrics such as silk.  There is also a highly iridescent feathered style of finish and a pattern that resembles quilting. Other options include a mixture of matt and high polish finishes and the opportunity to have one or more bands cut into the surface of a ring for decorative effect.  The addition of an accent diamond or diamonds set into the shank using rub-over settings is another possibility.

All Domino’s wedding rings are British made and are created and crafted entirely at the company’s Birmingham headquarters They are available in a wide choice of plain profile, diamond-set, shaped and bespoke designs and can be produced in all colours of 9ct and 18ct gold as well as in platinum and palladium.
“When it comes to wedding bands Domino’s offer

ing is all about quality, service and  fast delivery but most of all it is about choice and thanks to our new ‘Finishing Touches’ options the selection we offer has now become even wider and more exciting,” Sollitt said.