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UK Jewellery Awards offers free champagne on any full table bookings made in May

The UK Jewellery Awards (UKJA), the UK’s longest running and most prestigious jewellery and watch industry awards event, is currently offering a free personalised bottle of champagne to all those who book a full table at this year’s awards before the end of this month.

The offer applies to full tables of 10 or 12 people only and the personalised champagne will be delivered to those who book ahead of the awards event, in order to get the party started early.

This year’s edition of the UKJA takes place on July 3 at the Artillery Garden in the heart of the City of London and will see 20 awards presented across a variety of categories, recognising everything from retail excellence through to design and suppliers.

The host for this year has been revealed as TV star Larry Lamb and, once again, guests will be treated to a three-course sit down dinner, unlimited alcohol, after show entertainment featuring a casino and a DJ and an after party.

Those wishing to book a table take up the offer of free champagne are asked to contact Rachael O’Rourke on 0203 953 2114.

Welsh jewellery brand Clogau is headline partner of this year’s event and other sponsors of the awards include Barclays Retail Finance, Citizen, the Company of Master Jewellers, De Beers Group Industry Services, Garmin, Hockley Mint, International Jewellery London, Jewellery & Watch, TH March and Uno de 50. Rotary is a supporter of the event and the National Association of Jewellers is the official supporter.

For sponsorship enquiries, please contact David Palmer on 0203 953 2761.

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