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UK Jewellery Awards 2019 launches today

The UK Jewellery Awards (UKJA), this country’s longest-running and most-prestigious jewellery and watch trade awards, opens for entries for the 2019 edition today (October 4).

Taking place on Wednesday July 3, at the Artillery Garden at the HAC in the heart of the City of London, the UKJA 2019 will see individuals and businesses from across the jewellery and watch industries recognised in 20 categories.

Entries are open in 17 of the 20 available categories honouring everything from suppliers and designers through to store design and retailers.

Those wishing to enter have until January 18, 2019 to complete their entry form and entries can be saved and submitted via the dedicated UK Jewellery Awards website at https://awards.retail-jeweller.com/ .

Retail Jeweller is delighted to welcome back Clogau as headline partner for the 2019 event, marking the brand’s sixth consecutive year of headline sponsorship of the event. Other sponsors already confirmed for the 2019 event include Citizen. Hockley Mint and TH March.

This year’s awards attracted almost 700 guests, making it the biggest night in the industry’s calendar and this number looks set to rise for the 2019 event.

The UKJA is independently and anonymously judged by a panel of industry experts in a robust judging process which has been honed and perfected over the last 26 years.

To enter visit www.awards.retail-jeweller.com. For sponsorship enquiries contact Emily Mills on 0203 953 2095 or Emily.Mills@emap.com.

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