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Chemgold will hold a CAD/CAM seminar at the upcoming Brisbane fair
Chemgold will hold a CAD/CAM seminar at the upcoming Brisbane fair

New jewellery offerings for Brisbane fair

The upcoming Brisbane jewellery fair is set to act as a launch pad for new collections and fresh exhibitors, as well as offer special sessions – including one that will cater to flood and cyclone-affected retailers.
Melbourne-based manufacturer Integral Design will release a new diamond range featuring South Sea and Tahitian pearl pieces.

“As a result of the devastating January floods, we will also be offering a special assistance package to retailers,” Integral Design director Tony Bone said.

The assistance package will include special prices on selected collections, deferred payments for disaster-affected retailers and delayed delivery for those adversely affected.

Sterling silver specialist Najo will launch its autumn/winter 2011 collection at the Brisbane fair while Cashelle will showcase new additions to its rolled gold, silver jewellery and pearl jewellery.

German brand Cai Men’s will make its Australian debut at the fair, under the distributorship of men’s jewellery supplier Cudworth Enterprises. A new ‘Gypsy’ hoop earrings range will be on offer from Paterson Fine Jewellery, and the company will also present additions to its branded Luvlets children’s range. Timesupply will showcase new ceramic models from its Danish Design range.

Meanwhile, Queensland-based stainless steel, sterling silver, gold and diamond jewellery manufacturer Belbury will have a stand at the fair for the first time, and Spinning Jewelry will exhibit under the Duraflex banner for the first time after signing an exclusive distribution deal with the Thomas Sabo distributor, which took effect on February 1.

Nationwide Jewellers has collaborated with Marsh Insurance to conduct a session advising retailers how to prepare their claims.

Nationwide managing director Colin Pocklington said, “The session will inform retailers what their expectations should be, and there will be a Q&A session.”

He added, “Retailers can use the seminar to schedule private appointments with the insurers from Marsh.”

The session will be open to all jewellery retailers.

Also at the fair, Chemgold will hold a computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) seminar to educate jewellery retailers on CAD/CAM and how it can benefit business.

Retailers can enter a Chemgold raffle to win a $200 Chemgold voucher that can be used on any Chemgold product or service.

Proceeds from the raffle will go to Foodbank Queensland, which donates food and grocery supplies to charities in Brisbane that provide meals and shelter to flood victims.

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