International Exhibitors

  • A Global Reach

    With over 558 exhibiting companies from 38 countries, IJL is a truly  international event.

    With International Agents based all over the world, exhibiting at IJL has never been easier. Get in touch with one of our international experts who will talk you through booking a stand and make sure the customer team is there to help, all in your language.

    View the International Factsheet

    Get in touch with the team

  • Why Choose the UK?

    The UK has a diverse range of jewellery buyers including contemporary, fashion and gift retailers, department stores, mail order, internet, TV shopping channels, hotels and boutiques

    Consumer spend on jewellery in the UK is over 3 billion per annum

    UK retail footfall has soared to its highest levels in 11 years

    Whilst Gold demand is falling in many countries especially Asia and India, Middle East, the UK showed an increase in gold jewellery demand during the past quarter, up 6% to 4.3 tonnes

    The UK retail market offers lower risk expansion and access to a sophisticated consumer base

    UK consumers have embraced shopping across a variety of online and physical channels, resulting in the UK being an extremely developed multichannel market and very attractive to international brands

    Why Choose IJL?

    The only UK show to have a strict verification process to ensure IJL remains trade only

    Variety of stand sizes, locations and additional marketing opportunities available to suit all budgets

    Dedicated product destinations ensure that the right visitors can
    find you in the right place

    60% of visitors at IJL 2015 were looking for new suppliers

    IJL hosts the most senior VIP programme, The Diamond Club, larger than any other UK show

    September timing - perfect for Christmas buying and beyond

    Olympia venue provides natural daylight - perfect for showcasing
    jewellery and gems

    An unrivalled selection of consumer and trade press

  • Key Retailers

    IJL attracts senior jewellery buyers from the top department stores, independent retailers, fashion boutiques, museums and galleries, online retailers and multiple retailer from across the UK and internationally. Please see a selection below:

    • Independent Jewellery Retailers: Allum & Sidaway, Baroque, Cox & Power, EC One, Jeremy France Jewellers, Juwelier Roller Atelier (Germany), Martenssons (Sweden), Mestergull (Norway)
    • High-end Fashion-led Boutiques: Annouskha, Dover Street Market, Doux Joaillier (France), Landolf & Huber (Switzerland), Kabiri Shop, Matches
    • Multiple Retailers: Aurum Holdings, F.Hinds, Fraser Hart, Goldsmiths, Signet Group, Harding Brothers
    • Online Retailers: Astley Clarke, Asos, Amazon,, QVC, The Jewellery Channel
    • Department Stores: Bentalls, Fenwicks, Fortnum & Mason, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, John Lewis partnership, Selfridges, Le Bon Marche and Galleries Lafayette (France), Gruppo Coin Spa and la Rinascente S.p.A (Italy)
    • Museums and Galleries: British Museum Company, Lesley Craze Gallery, Talisman Gallery and the V&A Museum
  • ATA Carnet

    Unlock customs with the jewellery passport for use in 70 countries. The international business development and customs tool allowing temporary entry of items, duty-free and tax free whether shipped or hand carried.

    Learn more about using the carnet at international trade shows at 

    UK Hallmarking

    The UK have laws relating to the compulsory, independent hallmarking of Gold and Silver products, and these laws have an impact on anyone selling products into or within the UK. Please refer to the documents below for an overview of hallmarking in the UK.

Event Sponsor

Event Supporters

International Jewellery London (IJL), Bright Young Gems, Diamond Club, Editor's Choice and Kickstart are registered trade marks of Reed Exhibitions Limited. PIPR is a registered trade mark of Reed Exhibitions Limited and Royds solicitors. International Jewellery London is a trade mark of Reed Exhibitions Limited.

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