Gecko are delighted to to introduce the newly revamped Elements Gold brand with a premium point of sale, plus coordinating packaging, alongside their forthcoming collection launch.

The new modular design features innovative components that enables you to display multiple pieces and profiles, whilst the colour scheme is both eye-catching and complimentary.

Inspired by the night sky and baroque aesthetics, the range embraces lush coloured jewels, including pink tourmaline, sky blue topaz and madeira citrine.

Sparkling diamonds presented in simple designs create jewellery that is timeless yet contemporary, perfect for the everyday.

With a focus on plainer styles and on-trend profiles including thread through and crawler earrings, this collection will appeal to a wide range of customer.

New finishes such as hammered texture and diamond cutting have been introduced to create a more assorted and exciting collection.

Gecko’s Creative Director, Desiree Pringle commented, “We are thrilled with our new Elements Gold POS and packaging feels and looks much more luxe and will elevate the look of the product instore”.

With prices starting from £15-£230, the new Elements Gold collection will be available from the end of July 2017 – retailers may contact 01376 532 000 to place their order or to enquire further.

Elements Gold jewellery
Elements Gold jewellery

Elements Gold jewellery
Elements Gold jewellery
Elements Gold jewellery
Elements Gold jewellery

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