Jewellery & Watch Birmingham reveals exhibitors
BIRMINGHAM, October 26, 2013 – Jewellery & Watch Birmingham, organised by i2i Events, has revealed an impressive list of brands already signed up to exhibit at its forthcoming February show.
Taking place at Birmingham NEC from 2-6 February, 2014, as part of Spring Fair, Jewellery & Watch Birmingham has confirmed that almost 700 top jewellery and watch brands including Alexis Dove, Babette Wasserman, Bering Time, CARAT* London, Charmian Beaton Design, Clogau Gold, Kissing Diamonds, Dryberg Kern, Fable Jewels, Gecko, Hot Diamonds, Lars Larsen Watches, Missoma, Pandora Jewellery, Rachel Galley Jewellery Design, Source Watches, Storm of London and Tresor Paris have already said they will be exhibiting their latest collections at the event.
In addition to these established names, the event will see some exciting debuts with new Danish watch brand Lars Larsen Watches, using the show as the platform to launch its first collection. Jewellery brand Esoteric Luxury will be debuting its Lucky Talisman collection at the show.
As well as the impressive line-up of brands set to show their latest collections, Jewellery & Watch Birmingham will play host to an exclusive jewellery design competition in conjunction with renowned jewellery buying group, The Houlden Group.
The 2014 Bridal Design of the Year competition is the first of its kind, giving Jewellery & Watch Show Birmingham exhibitors the chance to have one of their designs sold through The Houlden Group’s prestigious network of stores.
The competition is open to all designers and manufacturers who are exhibiting at the Jewellery & Watch Birmingham and entrants are being asked to design an engagement and wedding ring set which will be exclusively supplied to The Houlden Group for one year.
Jewellery & Watch Birmingham portfolio director Julie Driscoll said: “We have already secured a fantastic mix of the best jewellery and watch brands ahead of the February show and we are really excited about what is sure to be an amazing five days of jewellery and watch buying.”