Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Town Talk Polish celebrates up and coming jewellery designers

As an ambassador for the care and protection of treasured possessions, I've teamed up with International Jewellery London 2016 to help celebrate the People’s Choice Winner for most promising, emerging KickStart jewellery designer at this year’s trade show.

Who will lift the prize?

International Jewellery London (IJL) is the UK’s leading event for the international jewellery trade and a show that my team and I exhibit at every year.


To showcase talent and future jewellery trends, ten emerging designers have been selected by the National Association of Jewellers and IJL as part of their KickStart 2016 Initiative. Now one of those ten will be selected as the People's Choice - voted for by the trade. The  prize is prime space at IJL 2016 in the prestigious Design Gallery. What's more Town Talk is designing a consignment of bespoke cleaning cloths for the winner, complete with their own logo and in their choice of colour to seamlessly match their brand.

Vote now

Voting takes place from now until 30 June 2016 for the KickStart People’s Choice Winner, to be announced at the show. The designers have been selected from across the globe and demonstrate a wide range of skills, style and techniques, making this a truly international lineup.

As a worldwide exporter I already supply leading jewellers and retailers with Town Talk Polish jewellery care products in over 40 countries, often niftily disguised under private label. My team tailors jewellery cloths for different materials, so whether the winner specialises in gold, silver, gems, pearls or any other precious metal or stone, we can manufacture a cloth to effectively clean, polish and protect it. We will be presenting the winner with his or her cloths at IJL 2016, which will be very exciting.

Adding value to jewellery sales

What's the appeal? Well, many of my own brand jewellery customers use cloths to add value to luxury item sales at a relatively low cost or to grow revenue by selling them as complementary care products.


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