As always, Tresor Paris sparkled at the International Jewellery & Watch Birmingham exhibition as part of the Spring Fair. As one of the world’s biggest jewellery industry events, this year attracting a total of 372 exhibitors, Tresor Paris were as eager as ever to take part in the fantastic week of networking with potential and existing clients alike.
Occupying one of the biggest stands and featuring a show-stopping replica of the Eiffel Tower, the Tresor Paris booth was definitely a must see for exhibitors at this year’s Spring Fair. With the new crystal collection, including the Hearts and Arrows jewellery which showcase a special cut to ensure a fantastic sparkle, the Iris collection of diamonds and the Nouveau Hexagone collections on display, there was plenty to look at. Buyers came from all over the United Kingdom, and further, to view the collections on display at the Tresor Paris stand. There was particular interest from numerous international buyers, having been extremely impressed with the fantastic collection of jewellery on display.
Under the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, there was a chocolate fountain that kept everyone smiling and content whilst they were browsing Tresor Paris’ latest collections, as well as a bar stocked full of drinks. The stand was buzzing with excitement as the wheel of fortune spun raising money for charities and awarding lucky winners with prizes. One of the first generous donors and lucky winners was the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Mike Leddy.
One of the highlights was definitely the catwalk show, choreographed by Live Production. Featuring two of the Nouveau Hexagone collection watches which are yet to be released to the press and public. As well as the Noblesse earrings from the Pegasus collection, the Eclat Argent and the Eclat Rose rings from the Bellatrix collection, a beautiful flower ring from the Pegasus collection and a stunning Renainssane Tandem Rose bracelet. However, it was the bespoke 1920’s inspired Gloriole Rose shoulder piece that stole the show.
As always, the Jewellery & Watch Birmingham was a huge success, with the Tresor Paris Business Development Director stating; “although the number of visitors may have been down this year, the quality of each visitor was excellent”.
For further information about Tresor Paris and to see the collections go to www.tresorparis.com
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Notes to Editors
Tresor Paris is a brand from well-established jewellery designers and manufacturers Hasbani best known for its diamonds, located in the heart of London’s renowned diamond district, Hatton Garden. Lilian Lousky created Tresor Paris to bridge the gap between diamonds and luxury fashion jewellery – for those that love exquisite adornments but want something more affordable or to wear every day.