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All that Sparkles is at The Jewellery Show

Taking place between 1 – 5 February 2009, The Jewellery Show will play host to over 700 British and International Jewellery suppliers.

The Jewellery Show at Spring Fair International 2009 will lead the way and forge new trends with exhibitors showcasing a vast range of products, from fine and fashion jewellery to loose gems and precious metals.


Kate Smith Jewellery Hall/stand: 18RJ69
Exhibiting for her 7th year at The Jewellery Show, Birmingham based Kate Smith will be showing the latest addition to her nature inspired contemporary jewellery collections.

The Ariana Collection features leaf motifs in silver or gold on dramatic backdrops of oxidised silver. Both strikingly graphic at the same time as being delicately feminine, the Ariana Collection features simple earrings right through to bold pendants and brooches.

Kate will be showing this new collection alongside her ever popular Precious, Patterned and Isis collections.

Kali Ma Designs LTD Hall/stand: 19H26
Inspirational Designs encompassing all colours of the rainbow makes Kali Ma stand out from the crowd.

Passionate about gemstones, the brand has created a beautiful collection of repeatable designs in a range of more than 25 different gemstones set in silver, from the humble amethyst stud to elaborate multi-gem pendants.

The range is designed to give women affordable luxury which can be co-ordinated with either daywear or evening dress to create an individual look.

For the more adventurous, Limited Edition Pieces are created in more unusual gemstones to reflect market trends and fashion colours or just to be simply outrageous!

Hot Diamonds Group Hall/stand: 18B6/C05
Jewellery is not only sentimental; it is also a form of body decoration, just like a tattoo. New to The Jewellery Show 2009 are the Lovebird and Devotion range.

Lovebirds is a playful and feminine collection of tattoo-inspired designs; crafted in polished sterling silver and featuring brilliant-cut diamonds – with five symbolic motifs: Lovebird, Heart, Lips, Kiss and the Entwined Heart. Inspired by historical Arabian love knots and love-themed motifs, the collection is beautifully crafted from intertwining loops, hearts and pebbles in 9ct white and yellow gold. The connectivity of each love knot and motif is a symbol of the ties that bind us – family, love and friendship. The warm, sensual appeal of gold transcends generations to create a delicate, fresh and sophisticated look.

Jersey Pearl Jewellery. Hall/stand: 18D16/E15
Brought to you by the World Pearl Group, Jersey Pearl Jewellery is the first Carbonneutral© authenticated pearl brand in the world. Launching its range of organically farmed pearls at The Jewellery Show 2009, the team behind Jersey Pearl Jewellery is dedicated to educating people on the mystery of pearls and their relationship with the environment by giving visitors at the show a chance to ‘Meet the pearl expert’ on its stand.

Kokkino LTD Hall/stand: 18RJ01
The Jewellery Show 2009 will see the launch of the new Oxidized Silver and Gold collection called Black and Gold.

Kokkino is also launching new products throughout 2009 including limited editions of popular collections and pieces in new and exciting colours and materials, which will complete new collections.

An additional three or four small ranges will be introduced to run for 2009 only. The first limited collection will be on show in the Jewellery Show at Spring Fair International 2009.

Martick Jewellery Hall/stand: 18D33
The fin de siècle art glass range will be showcased at The Jewellery Show 2009. This beautiful style of glassmaking was developed at the end of the 19th century in the vibrant culture of art noveau which existed at that time in the Czech and Bohemian area.

The artist Klimt was very influential and the capital city Prague has a great deal of beautiful architecture from that era. Many glass artists became prominent worldwide following these fashions including the renowned Lalique and Tiffany brands.

Halama is a famous award winning Czech glass artist who has worked in conjunction with Martick to produce art glass for a new collection of jewels. They are to be launched in 2009 as a perfect gift for Valentine’s day.

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