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Italian brand Misis to showcase at CMJ’s trade event

Italian fashion jewellery brand Misis will showcase at the Company of Master Jewellers’ (CMJ’s) trade event (March 5–6) in the Dragons’ Den area.

The Dragons’ Den section offers retail members the opportunity to assess six new potential suppliers and vote for the supplier they believe will be an asset to the CMJ.

UK agent for Misis Dovi Friedmann said: “It’s an honour and great opportunity for Misis to show in Dragons’ Den at the next CMJ buyers’ event.

“Misis has a fantastic array of collections that we have worked to select for the UK market with industry experts including journalists, bloggers and retailers, to make sure there is an offering to suit a variety of different jewellery stores.”

Misis’ collections are inspired by nature’s four key elements: fire, water, earth and air. The silver-based designs feature bespoke galvanic enamelling, set with regular and semiprecious stones. Established more than 40 years ago, the family-run business currently has more than 350 doors internationally and is looking to open stockists in the UK in 2017.

At the CMJ event, held at Birmingham’s Hilton Metropole Hotel, Misis will launch its Versailles, Bisanzio, Bon Ton, Reef Party, Nefertiti and Jungle Tiara collections.



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