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Talbots Group Reports Business Expansion

Innovative packaging company Talbots Group has recently joined the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) and has started to work with jewellery e-tailer Jewel Street.

The Birmingham-based packaging company is also a supplier to The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ), Retail Jewellers of Ireland (RJI) and is providing a range of packaging solutions to Cash Converters.

Talbots Group offers beautifully simplistic and contemporary packaging, produced to an extremely high quality, at competitive prices. The in-house design team prides itself on paying attention to every detail to produce a luxury, elegant product.

Launching this autumn, Talbots’ slick new Couture collection is available in elegant and modern grey and blue shades. The tactile soft touch boxes offer a luxurious and stylish packaging option that retailers can personalise with their own logo in a choice of five print colours, including rose gold. Luxury bags are available to match.

Julie Fowler-Drake, managing director of Talbots Group, said: “We are delighted to be working with member groups to provide a superb service with the added attraction of a member discount.

We work closely with jewellery retailers and suppliers to create the perfect packaging to suit their brand personality and needs.”

Established in 1913, Talbots Group has a long history of supplying the global jewellery, beauty and fashion trades. Today, the family-run company is led by managing director Julie Fowler-Drake, the grand-daughter of Talbots’ founder.

In 2014, Talbots underwent its own exciting transformation, enhancing its position as the UK’s premier packaging company with its functional, beautifully designed packaging at affordable prices.

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