1. The Gold Price Rose $31.90 or 2.7 Percent this Week Closing at $1,222.00
  2. Gift card sales grow 9% in festive shopping rush
  3. The Gold Price Closed Up 1.16 Percent at $1,196.70
  4. 2014 to be highest transactional year for shopping centre investment since 2005
  5. Silver and Gold Prices Moved Sideways Today with the Gold Price Ending at $1,161.10
  6. Bulgari launches click-and-collect at Selfridges
  7. Look for the Gold Price to Break $1,218 Tomorrow
  8. Platinum price on 18/12/14 £24.803 per GM
  9. Last day to enter RJ Deck the Windows 14
  10. Assay Office Birmingham 2015 training courses open for bookings
  11. TGGC announces employee profit share scheme
  12. Hugh Rice launches new ecommerce website and brand image
  13. G-Shock Premium adds new timepiece to the MR-G series
  14. Rhodium price on 18/12/14 £25.254 per GM
  15. Gold price on 18/12/14 (AM) £24.873 per GM
  16. The Gold Price Closed at $1,199.20
  17. Iridium price on 18/12/14 £10.722 per GM
  18. Hugh Rice updates image with brand overhaul
  19. Richemont announces changes to board of directors
  20. Gold Price Live iPhone App
  21. Silver and Gold Prices Have Formed Little Three Day Rising Flat Topped Triangles, Which Argue for an Upside Breakout
  22. The Gold Price Rose $6.80 Closing at $1,197.50
  23. Fossil Italia MD Stefano Abbati moves to Nardelli
  24. Silver and Gold Prices Closed Higher with the Gold Price Closing at $1,194.30
  25. The Gold Price Closed Down $2 at $1,183
  26. Silver price on 18/12/14 £329.995 per KG
  27. Web sales up 37% in highest November for 14 years
  28. Ernie Blom addresses the World Diamond Conference
  29. Cartier brooches hit £500,000 at Bonhams auction
  30. Jon Richard celebrates 30 years in the jewellery business
  31. Jon Richard secures 120 Debenhams concessions
  32. RJC announces certification of five new members
  33. RJC secures 100 new members in 2014
  34. The Gold Price Closed at $1,190.70
  35. The Gold Price Closed Down $13.30 or 1.1 Percent at $1,193.90
  36. WB announces support for NSPCC
  37. Gold Price Ought to Shock its Nay-Sayers in the Next Two Weeks
  38. The Gold Price Rose $4.00 Closing at $1,197.10
  39. The Gold Price Lost 50 cents Today to Close at $1,196.60
  40. Assay Office Birmingham presents Air Ambulance Service with Christmas donation
  41. Palladium price on 18/12/14 £16.281 per GM
  42. Shore Projects partners with Marine Conservation Society
  43. The Gold Price Lost 1.79 Percent to Close at $1,175.20
  44. Cartier opens boutique in Heathrow Terminal 5
  45. Gold price on 18/12/14 (PM) £24.618 per GM
  46. Ernie Blom addresses World Diamond Conference in India
  47. Gemporia and Michael Kors top UK Google searches
  48. December 23 predicted to be busiest Christmas retail footfall day
  49. Gold Price UP $42 or 3.64% Silver Price UP $1.16 or 7.48%
  50. Sheila Fleet expands Daisies for Emily range
  51. TLKE brings Anne Klein success back to the UK
  52. Stefano Abbati departs Fossil
  53. Hot 100 NexGems deliver with fresh new websites
  54. Gold Price Closed Up $23.90 or 2.1 Percent to $1,185.00, Silver Price Outshone Rising 69.3 cents or 4.64 Percent
  55. The Gold Price Closed at $1,225.10 on Comex Holding Above it's $1,225.00 Support
  56. The Gold Price Remained Unchanged at $1,196.60
  57. The Gold Price Lost $14.80 Closing at $1,207.20
  58. The Gold Price Has Reached its 50 Day Moving Average Closing at $1,195.50
  59. IMAGE GALLERY: RJ Deck the Windows 14 final entries
  60. Ruthenium price on 18/12/14 £1.198 per GM
  61. The Gold Price Rose $4.60 to Close on the Comex at $1,194.70
  62. Silver and Gold Prices Exploded Today: Gold Shot Up $36.80 or 3 Percent
  63. CSM+ architects fast track fit out Swarovski store
  64. Ching-I Chien wins Charles Green design competition
  65. Birmingham Assay Office unveils 2015 courses
  66. Silver and Gold Prices Made Huge Gains this Week With Gold Ending at $1,190.10
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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