1. The Gold Price Closed Lower at $1,246.80
  2. Council to match funding by Hatton Garden BID team
  3. T H March names Make Your Mark competition winner
  4. Consumers vote Swarovski best for statement jewels
  5. The Gold Price Closed Unchanged at $1,285.80
  6. Gold price on 22/09/14 (PM) £23.865 per GM
  7. Silver and Gold Prices Seem Determined to Hold on Here
  8. Talbots unveils modernised brand identity
  9. Gold price on 22/09/14 (AM) £23.904 per GM
  10. Silver and Gold Prices Have Both Reached Their Line in the Sand
  11. Buckley Jewellery pushes for 400 UK doors in 2014
  12. Global diamond demand reaches record GBP48bn high
  13. Ila Technologies achieves certification for international standards
  14. The Gold Price Gave Back a Lethargic $3.80 to Close at $1,265.10
  15. Return to September schedule proves a hit for Bijorcha Paris tradeshow
  16. The Gold Price Gave Up $6.80 on the Comex Closing at $1.297.70
  17. Silver price on 22/09/14 £349.703 per KG
  18. World Diamond Mark Foundation and GJEPC organise World Diamond Conference
  19. Fairtrade seeks industry input to improve Standard
  20. Silver and Gold Prices Closed Lower with Gold Ending at $1,237.40
  21. Diamond industry encouraged to invest in marketing and technology in order to maintain growth
  22. BRC welcomes Labour’s promise to cut business rates
  23. Gold Price Tumbled $10.40 to End Comex at $1,215.30, down 0.8%
  24. Ethiopia inspires benevolent Art at Annoushka show
  25. IWC presents two limited edition watches in association with Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton
  26. The Gold Price Sits on the Buying Opportunity of 2014
  27. Gold Price Closed at $1233.60 Up $3.70
  28. European sales rise 6% in Richemont Group report
  29. Leading FF Group brands to open on Oxford Street
  30. The Gold Price Lost $3.30 to Close at $1,243.50
  31. Rhodium price on 22/09/14 £26.669 per GM
  32. Petra scores 75% net profit boost in annual report
  33. The Gold Price Closed Down at $1,229.90
  34. Gold Price Made a V-Bottom Overnight at $1258
  35. The Gold Price Reached $1,291.90 Today, Falling Back to Close Comex at $1,283.80
  36. All is in Place for a September Gold Price Rally
  37. Aspen release new Aspen XII timepiece
  38. Ruthenium price on 22/09/14 £1.246 per GM
  39. Dazzle plots return to London's gallery@oxo
  40. Silver and Gold Prices Gained with the Gold Price Closing at $1,235.20
  41. Gold Price Bounced Smartly Up Off the Low
  42. Beaverbrooks welcomes Tudor watches to its brand roster
  43. September is Nearly Always a Supremely Strong Month for Silver and Gold Prices
  44. Retail Jeweller holds inaugural Customer Focus Group
  45. Palladium price on 22/09/14 £15.879 per GM
  46. The Gold Price Dropped $2.60 Closing at $1,295.10
  47. Camden Council agrees to match seed funding for Hatton Garden BID project
  48. Iridium price on 22/09/14 £12.057 per GM
  49. The Gold Price Dropped $19.70 to $1,273.70 Good Day for Buyers
  50. Platinum price on 22/09/14 £26.15 per GM
  51. Links of London and Folli Follie to open Oxford Street stores
  52. Gold Price has Traded Out into the Nose of an Even Sided Triangle Since July
  53. Tateossian lines up men's flagship boutique
  54. F Hinds joins battle to overhaul business rates
  55. Gemfields and Fabergé shine with GBP98m revenue
  56. Gold Silver Ratio is not Confirming Lower Prices in Gold and Silver
  57. The Gold Price was Holding Steady Until the FOMC Report Closing Down at $1,234.40
  58. The Gold Price Lost $13.10 Closing at 1252.70
  59. The Gold Price Closed Above it's 200 Day Moving Average at $1,288.70
  60. Blancpain opens new flagship and first franchise boutique in the UK
  61. Over £25,000 raised for MNDA charity in memory of Simon Cupitt
  62. New support programme to launch for cultural and creative UK industries
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Designer Showcase

Designer Showcase monitorThe new BJA Designer Showcase is a unique website offering designers the opportunity to showcase their collections to retailers. Acting as an online marketplace the BJA will draw in a captive audience of retailers (members and non members) looking to buy jewellery designed in Britain from accredited BJA designer makers. The BJA will be launching the website in July; here is an exclusive preview of the site,we're looking for designers to populate the website, ready for the big launch!

The BJA have created the site in response to a rise in the number of retailers looking to invest in design led British products. Representing both retailers and designers we understand the needs of both parties. The showcase will be much more than an online directory it will include images of the pieces, branding, packaging and links to social media sites allowing the retailer to visualise the collection in their store, all of which can uploaded and managed by the designer. This sleek new website has been designed around a professional template with the users in mind. For the retailer the pull is immense because of the quality and variety of the work but also because of the way it will be displayed. For designers it is an exciting opportunity to reach out to retailers who may not have come across them otherwise. The designer showcase will be linked from the main BJA website which already receives over 8,000 unique visits a month. Additional traffic will be directed into the site through trade press and other marketinginitiatives, this platform is aimed to give your collections a strong online presence.

Although the BJA will charge the designer maker a small fee per collection displayed unlike many other marketplaces the BJA will not take a cut of the profits, all enquires will come straight through to the designer. Meaning you’re in control! You set your own prices and negotiate your own deals! Interested retailers will contact you directly and then it’s up to you to seal the deal!

How much does it cost?

Designers will be charged a small fee to take part in this new exciting project, The BJA will charge the designer £130 + VAT for the first collection and then £100 +VAT for each subsequent collection, for a years exposure on the website!

Interested? We’d like to hear from you

Register your interest with us today, outlining details of your website, product collection(s), pricing and promotional support material.

We will then send you an invite to take part in the new project

Register here



Designer benefits:

  • Wide trade audience
  • Affordable entry
  • No commission on orders
  • Guidance & advice
  • PR opportunities
  • Upload multiple collections

Check out the benefits leaflet   Designer Showcase benefits for designers

Retailer benefits:

  • Free access
  • Market - ready designers
  • View marketing material
  • Discounts for BJA Members
  • Easy search facilities
  • Buy with confidence

Check out the benefits leaflet   Designer Showcase benefits for retailers