Your browser is no longer supported. For the best experience of this website, please upgrade to a newer version or another browser.

Your browser appears to have cookies disabled. For the best experience of this website, please enable cookies in your browser

We'll assume we have your consent to use cookies, for example so you won't need to log in each time you visit our site.
Learn more

BREAKING NEWS: UK Jewellery Awards winners revealed

The winners of this year’s UK Jewellery Awards have just been revealed at an event held this evening (July 4) at the Artillery Garden in London.

With awards given out in 20 categories spanning all areas of the trade from design and supply through to marketing and retail, winners on the night included independents Sarah Layton, Mococo, Lumbers and Wongs as well as multiples Watches of Switzerland and Beaverbrooks and suppliers including Citizen, Clogau and Swarovski.

Almost 700 people attended the event, often dubbed the “industry Oscars”, this year held in association with headline partner Clogau.

Guests loved the new venue at the Artillery Garden which featured the addition of a fun fair to accompany the black-tie awards ceremony, three course dinner and after party.

Commenting on tonight’s event, Retail Jeweller editor Ruth Faulkner, said: “This evening’s awards has been one of the most memorable to date.

“The new venue has been extremely popular, and we are blown away by guests’ positive reaction to the event. It is a real achievement to be the custodian of the UK’s premier industry award ceremony and the fact that it was so well supported is testament to just how highly it is regarded in the trade.

“Our rigorous judging process ensures that winning one of these awards means you are the very best at what you do so huge congratulations to all of our finalists and winners this evening.”

A full list of winners is detailed below and images from this evening’s event will be available to view on Retail Jeweller’s website from tomorrow (July 5).

UK Jewellery Awards 2018 Winners

Ethical Jewellery Business of the Year

Winner: Cred Jewellery

New Designer of the Year

Sponsored by International Jewellery London

Winner: Nadine Aysoy, Nadine Aysoy Jewellery

Multi-Brand/Fashion Jewellery Retailer of the Year

Sponsored by ChloBo

Highly Commended: Argento

Winner: Sarah Layton Jewellery

Service Supplier of the Year

Highly Commended: Connoisseurs

Winner: JHJ Consultancy

Store Design of the Year

Sponsored by the Company of Master Jewellers

Winner: Deakin & Francis, Piccadilly Arcade, London

Brand to Watch

Winner: Les Georgettes by Altesse

Bridal Jewellery Retailer of the Year

Sponsored by Hockley Mint

Winner: Queensmith Master Jewellers

Entrepreneurial Spirit Award

Winner: Chupi Sweetnam

Jewellery Designer of the Year

Winner: Rachel Boston, Rachel Boston Jewellery

Best Multichannel Retail Offer

Sponsored by Pursuit Software

Highly Commended: Mococo

Winner: Clogau

Marketing Campaign of the Year

Sponsored by Cadfolio

Highly Commended: #WithYou, International Jewellery London

Winner: Bath’s Wylde Treasure Hunt, Nicholas Wylde

Retail Sales Team of the Year

Sponsored by Uno de 50

Winner: Wongs Jewellers

Employer of the Year

Sponsored by IIDGR

Winner: Beaverbrooks the Jewellers

Watch Retailer of the Year

Sponsored by Citizen

Highly Commended: WatchShop

Winner: Watches of Switzerland

Jewellery/Watch Supplier of the Year

Sponsored by Jewellery & Watch

Highly Commended: Domino

Winner: Clogau

Watch Brand of the Year

Winner: Citizen

Retailer of the Year (five stores or fewer)

Sponsored by TH March

Winner: Lumbers

Jewellery Brand of the Year

Winner: Swarovski

Retailer of the Year (six stores or more)

Sponsored by Royal Asscher

Mococo

Outstanding Contribution to the Industry

Sponsored by Clogau

Winner: Brian Hill

 

Have your say

You must sign in to make a comment

Please remember that the submission of any material is governed by our Terms and Conditions and by submitting material you confirm your agreement to these Terms and Conditions.

Links may be included in your comments but HTML is not permitted.

Comments that promote commercial services without adding substantively to the discussion will be removed.