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Well, how exciting - our 'Trunk Show' at Liberty was a huge success!

November was 'Jewellery Month' at Liberty, with different designers visiting the store each weekend. Apparently, our event was by far the most successful of the whole month, so we are really really chuffed.

We made lots of one-off pieces especially for the trunk show, which was the first time we'd had one here in the UK, having tested the water earlier this year in Japan.

Arriving in Carnaby Street on a cold wintry morning, these giant snowmen started to make me feel a bit Christmassy!

As I'm normally in the office, I really enjoyed selling jewellery directly to our customers, and everyone was so lovely.  Lots of Alex Monroe fans came especially to visit us, but we were so busy I think we must have gained a few new ones too!

Here is our display in the handbag room:

And a customer looking at the jewellery . . .

Liberty is such a gorgeous shop, and perfect for our jewellery - it just seems to fit in perfectly. Look at these Umbrellas, with Birds, Leaves and Flowers, they could have been made especially to compliment Alex Monroe Jewellery!

And I couldn't resist having a little look around the shop myself . . .

Here are a couple of my favourite things!

Alex popped up to see how we were getting on, and brought two of his daughters, Connie and Libby.
Here they are enjoying afternoon tea!

So we would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who made the event such a success.
Bye for Now!
Emma x

2 thoughts on “'Trunk Show' at Liberty - an Update from Emma”

  • Wiltshire Visitor
    Wiltshire Visitor December 12, 2008 at 11:45 am

    As a recent visitor to Libberty one Wednesday evening just after 6pm, I can confirm that the main focus of interest in the jewelery room was Alex's display. some very tempting pieces, my wife was drawn towards one of the colourful and unusual rings to top up her collection.

    Well done.

    I will add a ps - further down the blogg is a photo of Alex's bike. A new saddle for Christmas might not be a bad idea!

  • Alex

    Oi, leave my saddle alone. It's a Brooks B17, Honey coloured.
    Best saddle in the world (unless someone wants to give me the titanium version which I couldn't afford)

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