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Somerset House to host Jewellery Week
posted on: 26/4/2012 09:39:14
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The UK’s biggest jewellery festival is moving to Somerset House this summer.
 
Jewellery Week will take place from 11 to 17 June at the iconic venue and will feature exclusive launches, designer showcases, fashion shows, emerging designer platforms and open workshops, as well as talks by several of the biggest names in the British jewellery industry.
 
This will be the fifth year of the show. Venues to have previously hosted Jewellery Week exhibitions include the Tower of London, OXO Tower and the Royal Exchange.
 
“We are extremely excited to be hosting Jewellery Week and very proud to add what is undoubtedly the foremost jewellery festival in the UK to our portfolio of events this year,” said Somerset House head of events Emma Barrow.
 
Somerset House will host various related events during the week, including the consumer show ‘Treasure’. Emap will also launch its Jewellery Show London event at Somerset House on 12-13 June.
 
“We are proud to be invited to host the centrepiece of Jewellery Week at Somerset House,” said Jewellery Week director Della Tinsley.
 
“The new venue will enable us to expand Essence, the ethical jewellery pavilion, and create other specialist pavilions alongside the exciting introduction of the trade days.”
 
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