Multiple Jewellery award winner Tresor Paris is proud to be releasing something truly special at this years Spring Fair.

 Tresor Paris may be famous for their chic crystal collections, creating thousands of beautiful designs to compliment everyone; but they haven’t forgotten their roots as a prestigious diamond house. Tresor Paris is still producing exquisite diamond pieces with remarkable stones.

 This February, Tresor Paris will be showing select pieces from their upcoming Iris collection. Named after the beautiful Iris flower, which derives its name from the Greek word for rainbow; the Iris collection features vivid yellow diamonds.

 The Canari ring features a 2.19ct GIA elegantly cut octagon Natural Fancy Vivid Yellow V-S1 diamond, encircled and flanked by 0.35ct of G-VS round diamonds. Set in a gorgeous 18ct white gold, this yellow diamond ring is a one of a kind.


Visit Tresor Paris at the Spring Fair (Hall/Stand: 17U04-V05) to see this magnificent example of natural beauty and dazzling workmanship.


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Nadine Doran-Holder|Marketing Executive
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An incredible time was had at this year’s International Jewellery London event in Earls Court. Marking its final voyage in the enormous convention hall of Earl’s Court 2, thousands of industry big shots took the opportunity to spot talent, design and meet their contemporaries.  Tresor Paris set out to make their stand a little different, decked out like a Parisian street, the structure came complete with Crêpe stand, chocolate fountain and cocktail bar. Amongst the cobblestone streets rested several French boutique façades, which exhibited the new collections.

 Over 500 new designs were on display to the visitors over the four days, the most popular of which were Neptune, Orion, and the Ara 18 carat silver collection all received an enthusiastic thumbs-up from the trade and visitors. 7 trade packages from Tresor Paris were available for traders at the show, all of which were warmly received.

Amongst Tresor’s exclusive guests casting their eyes over the magnificent array of contemporary and classic design were Big Brother’s Gina Rio and boy band Times Red, both of whom found the new collection inspiring!

A bespoke piece created by Tresor Paris for PPQ named Amour Rouge, and 1920s inspired Gloriole featured on a range of catwalks throughout the show, and even received welcoming applause on the runway! Creative director Lillian Lousky said of the show,

“It was a delight to hear all the positive responses to our new collection, and to meet like-minded industry members.”

 This was the last and 57th year that the IJL was held at the Earl’s Court 2 venue, and will be moving to its new home in Olympia. The IJL remains one of the UK’s most prestigious jewellery shows, and it is always exciting to have the opportunity to be involved.

For more information, images or samples please contact:

Nadine Doran-Holder|Marketing Executive
020 7427 8300

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