Yesterday #IJL2019 came to a close, but that didn’t mean things slowed down at all. Olympia London was once again packed full of jewellery professionals all here for a final day of inspiration, discovery, trends and connections. Here is a look at some of the best bits.
Bright Young Gem’s…
Now in its fifteenth year, IJL’s illustrious Bright Young Gems project was in focus today, giving recent graduates or current students a unique opportunity to exhibit their work at IJL and showcase themselves to the industry.
We stopped by chat to 2 of our 4 participants, Lingjun Sun & Eloise Kramer, to learn more about their unique work.
What’s new from The National Association of Jewellers…
With IJL being THE platform everything new the jewellery industry has to offer it’s no surprise that The National Association of Jewellers chose #IJL2019 to launch not one, but two brand new initiatives! We caught-up with CEO, Simon Forrester to learn more.
The social-economic and environmental impact of Diamond mining…
This afternoon at #IJL2019, saw the Diamond Producers Association discuss the topic of large-scale mining. Lisa Levison was on hand to explain more about their recent 2 year study that revealed some positive stats on the contribution it makes to economies.
We chatted to Lisa Levinson this afternoon to learn more.
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