Jewellery brand Hot Diamonds has reported that its newly introduced Celebrations countertop unit was a hit with retailers at the recent Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) trade event, held on August 4-5 in Birmingham.
Jewellery brand Hot Diamonds will launch four new collections for the upcoming AW19 season.
Hot Diamonds launches new countertop retail unitSubscription
Silver jewellery brand brand, Hot Diamonds has launched a new ‘Celebrations’ countertop retail unit.
Jewellery brand Hot Diamonds has announced it will partner with buying group, the Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) as part of its ‘Support the High Street’ initiative.
Hot Diamonds Group appoints new business managerSubscription
Hot Diamonds Group (HD Group), the parent company of the Hot Diamonds and Emozioni brands, has appointed Tim Cockram as new business manager to support the placement of its new Hot Diamonds Gold Collection into UK independents.
Hot Diamonds to unveil Gold Collection at CMJSubscription
Fashion jewellery brand Hot Diamonds has announced it will be launching a new ‘Hot Diamonds Gold Collection’ at the Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) Show this weekend.
Jewellery group Hot Diamonds has announced it will increase investment in its independents sales team ahead of the launch of its new stand-alone collection, Hot Diamonds Gold.
Hockley Mint appoints new national sales managerSubscription
Birmingham fine and bridal jewellery manufacturer Hockley Mint has appointed Andrew Mills as national sales manager.
Emozioni reveals summer collectionSubscription
Jewellery brand Emozioni has launched its summer collection, Luminoso.
CMJ welcomes new retailerSubscription
The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) has added Tavistock-based John Baldwin Goldsmiths to its roster of independent retailers.
Hot Diamonds launches summer collectionsSubscription
Jewellery brand Hot Diamonds has announced two new collections for summer following the success of its spring updates.
Hot Diamonds Group, the parent company of the Hot Diamonds, Emozioni and Anais jewellery brands, has reported a positive start to its AW17 collection sales into UK independents.
The Hot Diamonds (HD) Group, the parent company of jewellery brands Hot Diamonds, Emozioni and Anais Paris, has reported a 34% year–on-year growth in December 2016 compared to the same month the prior year.
Trade event Jewellery & Watch has unveiled more details about the range of silver jewellery on offer for buyer at the upcoming February show.
UK jewellery industry reacts to Trump victorySubscription
Representatives and key figures from the UK jewellery trade have reacted cautiously to today’s news that the United States of America has voted for Donald Trump as its next president with most saying it will take some time to assess the full impact.
Hot Diamonds' Anais collection proves a hit Subscription
The new Anais Paris collection from Hot Diamonds, launched earlier this year, has been a huge success with UK consumers, according to the brand.
Strong festive sales for Hot DiamondsSubscription
Jewellery brand Hot Diamonds has reported a successful Christmas 2014 with sales up 70% year-on-year among its independent jewellery stockists.
Hot Diamonds have announced plans to roll-out dedicated Hot Diamonds branded stores in strategic locations throughout the UK, working with leading independent jewellers on a franchise basis.
Emozioni opens 115 independent doors in 10 weeksSubscription
The Hot Diamonds interchangeable coin concept has been a success with retailers.
Hot Diamonds announces end of year sales resultsSubscription
The silver jewellery brand reported that domestic sales for the brand increased by 29% during 2012-13, while export sales grew by 16%.
Hot Diamonds supports Refuge with brooch salesSubscription
Hot Diamonds has announced Refuge as one of its chosen charities and has created a brooch to support the cause.
The distributor will be the exclusive distribution partner for the brand’s French Territory.
Hot Diamonds has been named as the headline sponsors of the London Lifestyle Awards 2012.
Hot Diamonds has launched its Diamond Life bracelets and charms, with motifs that represent significant moments in people’s lives.
Hot Diamonds is unveiling five collections for autumn/winter 2012 and has reported that sales increased by 38% over spring/summer 2012, compared with the same period last year.
Hot Diamonds has announced a travel retail distribution agreement with travel retail market specialist Scorpio.
Hot Diamonds’ sales growth at independent stores of 130% year-on-year in February 2012 has been largely attributed to the launch of four Spring/Summer collections.
Hot Diamonds has reported a successful start to its A/W 2011 season boosted by the launch of five collections and new packaging and point of sale displays.
Hot Diamonds has announced that after a two-year absence, Konstantinos Antonopoulus will return as creative director of the brand.
Jewellery brand Hot Diamonds has said that exhibiting at The Jewellery Show has enabled it to reaffirm its message to retailers that it plans to return to focusing on its core product line in 2011.
Ana de Costa looking to expand in the UKSubscription
Jewellery designer Ana de Costa has said that she is in the process of building her brand profile in the UK.
Jewellery brand Hot Diamonds has outlined its strategy for growth in 2011, following a series of management changes last year that saw managing director Jonathan Crocker and creative director Julie Large leave the company.
Jewellery group Abbeycrest has appointed Julie Large as its creative director to help reposition the company in 2011.
Now we are 30: CMJ celebrates 30 yearsSubscription
The CMJ celebrated its 30th anniversary in July. Jenni Middleton went along to the event to find out how the group has changed and its plans for the future
IJL 2010: Who's going to be there?Subscription
Not sure who’s going to be at IJL 2010? Here’s an insight into what to expect from the great and the good of the jewellery world at Earls Court in a handy A-Z format
Romancing the stone: Gemstone focusSubscription
Gemstone jewellery continues to lure customers, but it doesn’t always sell itself. Learning a little more about your gemstone offering can make all the difference, writes Kate Donovan