The Jewellery Cut Live in association with Fuli Gemstones opened its doors to the public for the first time since the pandemic on October 15th, 2021. Held at The Royal Institution in London’s Mayfair, the show provided an opportunity for jewellery lovers to shop, discover and learn.
Exhibiting at the show were jewellers including Hestia, Rococo Jewellery, Nigel O’Reilly, The Rock Hound, Ruby Taglight, Fuli Gemstones, Pearly Hawker, Noor Shamma, Jasmine Ataullah, Royal Asscher, Marie Mas, Dementiev, Reframed Jewelry, Kassandra Lauren Gordon, Libby Rak, Drutis, Baroque Rocks, India Mahon, Clio Saskia, Deborah Blyth, Alison Macleod and Ram Jewellery.
Myleene Klass visited The Jewellery Cut Live in association with Fuli Gemstones on the opening day
More than 500 guests visited the show over two days. At the event, visitors could meet with the jewellery designers exhibiting, shop for jewels at the show and plan future commissions.
For the first time, The Jewellery Cut Live welcomed a headline sponsor in Fuli Gemstones. The peridot miner created a Fuli Lounge within the show, where guests could enjoy a glass of champagne at the bar while browsing an exhibition of peridot jewels from designers including Annoushka, Zeemou Zeng and Liv Luttrell, as well as loose gemstones and jewellery watches.
Anabela Chan delivered a design masterclass at The Jewellery Cut Live in association with Fuli Gemstones
There was also a schedule of jewellery talks to attend on the opening day of the The Jewellery Cut Live in association with Fuli Gemstones. BBC Antiques Roadshow expert and author Joanna Hardy and jewellery designer Annoushka Ducas MBE gave a talk on peridot. British Vogue contributing jewellery editor Carol Woolton spoke about her research into crystals for her latest book The New Stone Age. Jewellery designer Anabela Chan delivered a design masterclass that focused on sustainability. The founders of The Jewellery Futures Fund – Emefa Cole, Melanie Eddy and Annabel Davidson – hosted an event to share their vision for creating greater diversity within the jewellery world.
Celebrity hairstylist Max Centini also joined the show for the first time. At the event, guests could visit a pop-up House of Centini blow dry bar for a complimentary hair styling session.
The first day of the show closed with a well-attended invite-only VIP party. Evening guests were treated to drinks and food at The Royal Institution as they browsed the jewellery cabinets and networked with other guests.
Guests mingle in the Fuli Lounge during the VIP party on opening night at The Jewellery Cut Live
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