Despite the economic gloom and doom, members of the Emagold group will have plenty of exciting new products on show at Spring Fair Birmingham in February 2009, with designs and services that are guaranteed to tempt the most recalcitrant consumers.
Eight members of the group, Centre Jewellery, Cookson Precious Metals, Curteis, Domino, T A Durant, Hean Studio, Saunders Shepherd Group and Stubbs & Co will be showing on Emagold’s landmark Pavilion Hall 17.
“As usual our members will have a wide selection of products and services on show,” says the Group’s president, Asa Harrison of Cookson Precious Metals. “In these tricky times I believe that retailers are increasingly turning to those companies that can offer them not just great product but also added value and this is where Emagold members really can excel. We are all long-established businesses, based in Britain with an ethos of quality and integrity and most importantly we all have the ability to produce consistently those products that the market wants and needs.”
Amongst the innovations on the Emagold Pavilion for Spring 2009 are some unusually shaped and competitively priced new wedding bands from Centre Jewellery’s comprehensive diamond jewellery collection; FREE copies of ‘The Metals Directory’ – a new 74 page reference book available from Cookson Precious Metals and an eye-catching new collection of 18ct multi-strand and lariat necklaces in various shades of gold from Curteis.
Domino has revisited its Wedding Ring Collection and will be displaying many attractive new styles coupled with revamped, value-added services and a new catalogue to make ordering easy.
T A Durant will be adding some real sparkle with further additions to its ‘Starlight’® Collection of patented settings positively guaranteed to make your diamonds look larger than they actually are.
Also launching at Spring Fair will be the new palladium casting service from Hean Studio while Saunders Shepherd Group will have plenty of new stock from its popular Italian brands Fope and Ponte Vecchio, together with some innovative 9ct gold watch designs from W H Wilmot. For fans of Stubbs & Co Spring Fair will provide the chance to see some great lightweight designs for making gold go that little bit further, together with some fashionable ideas using semi-precious stones and a huge increase in the depth and diversity of the company’s wedding ring collection.
“I and my fellow members are all much looking forward to welcoming customers old and new to the Emagold Pavilion, where we know they will find plenty to interest and excite them,” says Asa Harrison.