CW Sellors hosted the event at the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, which saw more than 2,600 visitors and brought together some desirable collections of British and international jewellery.
Unique to this year’s exhibition, and courtesy of speakers from the London Goldsmiths’ Company and the Gemmological Association of Great Britain, guests were able to attend a series of fascinating expert talks.
Chris Sellors commented: “Our annual event is the perfect opportunity to provide our valued customers with an enjoyable event at such a prestigious venue to say thank you for supporting us over the years.”
The ‘find a diamond’ challenge asked guests to select the real diamond from a sparkling sea of cubic zirconia, and the event raised a combined total of over £1,700 for the NSPCC and Air Ambulance charities.
“Having the opportunity to support and raise money for such notable causes makes the weekend even more enjoyable,” Chris added.
Designers featured in the show included Mikimoto, Picchiotti, Krieger, Fope and Chimento, presented alongside British collections by CW Sellors, made in the company’s Derbyshire workshops. And new for this year’s event was an extended range of luxury and fashion watches, following the merger of CW Sellors’ online watch arm with Jura Watches.
Image by Louise Raw.