​Hampshire based cultured pearl specialist are delighted to add 3 new CMJ stockists to their list of retail partners. These are Bensons of Ludlow, J Herron and Sons in Blyth, and S T Hopper in Boston. The new star pieces, with lustrous pearl orbs in their centre, particularly caught the buyer’s attention – available in rh silver, 18k gold and rose gold plate they have sold in strongly with the following 4 items topping the sales charts.

Claudia Bradby’s national sales manager, Zee Robinson, comments on the new partnerships: “having received such comprehensive supplier support from the whole team at CMJ we couldn’t have been happier with the response from retail members at this summer’s trade event. The preview of our new collections for Autumn Winter was welcomed as a modern and innovative statement, giving pearl jewellery the edge to compete in the main stream. The highlight for us was bringing 3 new member partners on board with the brand, and having such a high level of interest from so many retailers looking at new brands for the coming months.”

As well as enjoying meeting such a high calibre of independent jeweller, both Zee and Claudia enjoyed the evening school disco event, and the chance to meet up with friends and colleagues in a more relaxed setting. It seems, as Jackie O said, ‘pearls are always appropriate’, even for a school disco…

Claudia Bradby Stand
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