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Gemex to sponsor Retail Employer category at UK Jewellery Awards

Gemex has been confirmed as sponsor of the Retail Employer of the Year category at Retail Jeweller’s UK Jewellery Awards 2012.

The fine bridal and eternity diamond rings specialists behind The Raphael Collection, which features stunning precision set diamond bands, won the Platinum Bridal Collection of the Year at the 2011 UK Jewellery Awards. Among the praise leveled at Gemex by the judges was the comment: “from simple classicism to the more modern interpretations, there was something for every occasion”.

For 2012, Gemex is putting its support behind the Retail Employer of the Year category at the UK Jewellery Awards, which are run by Retail Jeweller magazine.

Gemex sales director Lee Ruben said: “It is a great privilege for Gemex to sponsor the Retail Employer of the Year category at the 2012 UK Jewellery Awards. For us, this is a way of giving something back to the jewellery retail sector that has supported Gemex extremely well over the past year. We are very proud to stand alongside the very best in jewellery retail employment and wish all applicants the best of luck and every success.”

There is still time to enter the UK Jewellery Awards 2012, which includes new categories Marketing Campaign of the Year; Luxury Watch Brand and the Outstanding Contribution Award.

The entry deadline is 2 March 2012 and the winners will be announced at a glamorous evening on 12 July 2012 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

For more information on the Awards, click here.

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Wedding rings

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  • 4th:The finger the ring is placed on.
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  • 1854:The year in which the manufacture of 15ct, 12ct and 9ct became legal.

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