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Jos Von Arx continues UK expansion at J&W

Men’s accessories brand Jos Von Arx continues its UK expansion by exhibiting its latest collections at Jewellery & Watch, which started today (February 5).

The brand has launched its new Swiss movement watches and cufflinks as well as new designs in its men’s jewellery range, Arx jewellery. Arx jewellery is a modern range of stainless steel, tungsten and titanium jewellery with leather bracelets using a patented resizable clasp.

Last year, the brand reported a record year in the UK market, seeing a 35% increase in sales year-on-year. In addition, the accessories brand also expanded into over 10 new European territories in 2016.

Richard Bulgin sales director for Jos Von Arx explained: “2016 was a record breaking year from Jos Von Arx, we experienced a fantastic response to our new ranges of affordable timepieces, quality writing instruments and seasonal gift sets. More pleasing was the continued increase in brand recognition amongst retailers and end users, Jos Von Arx is now being appreciated as the leading ‘one stop shop’ for many retailers men’s accessories and gifting needs.”

“Another particular highlight was for us in 2016 was the continued growth of our Arx brand which has gone from strength to strength driven by our new bracelet designs and the popularity of our patented resizable clasp.”

The accessories brand will exhibit in hall 18, stand J28/K29 throughout the five-day show, which runs until February 9 at Birmingham’s NEC.

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