Domino Jewellery added a new exhibition to its 2018 calendar, with the team making their debut at Jewellery Ireland in August 2018, exhibiting in the Fine Jewellery category. Jewellery Ireland, which took place at the CityWest Event Centre in Saggart, Dublin, and is in its 3rd year. The show aims to bring together leading industry brands in a discreet and friendly environment, timed strategically to assist buyers with crucial pre-Christmas planning and purchases.
Domino took all of their 2018 collections to the show, including the recently-launched, extended Diamond Ring Mounts range, along with the new improved, tabulated brochure. The new DRM range, part of Domino’s Created & Crafted series which features only pieces that are designed and manufactured in the UK, has been vastly extended and now includes more than 230 products, including 12 product families of plain, grain-set, channel-set and castle-set mounts.
Visitors were also able to view samples from Domino’s new Rosabella and Anthology ranges. Rosabella features 25 suites of diamond neckwear, wristwear and earrings. Ranging from statement to everyday jewellery, covering a wide range of key carat weights and price points, incorporating both classic and design-led pieces.
Anthology offers an innovative approach to selling co-ordinating jewellery pieces. As its name suggests, Anthology comprises of a number of ‘curated collections’, each inspired by its own story. Pieces include statement necklaces, stylish pendants, chandelier, drop and stud earrings, bracelets and various styles of dress rings. Designs vary from white metal pieces set with diamonds, to coloured metal and gemstone combinations.
Commenting on the new addition to the exhibition calendar, Marketing Co-ordinator Chantelle Serrell-Cooke said, “We’ve heard good things about Jewellery Ireland over the past couple of years. The show has doubled in size since launch in 2014 and it has attracted some interesting, premium brands that Domino aligns well with. The audience that the show attracts is perfect for Domino, so we’re excited to see how it goes.”
All 2018 collections have been designed to provide retailers with a breadth of design, from traditional to more contemporary styles; they are also designed together, allowing consumers to truly personalise jewellery to work across multiple looks and occasions.