What a year! Award-winning silver jewellery designer, Lucy Quartermaine has had a massively successful year. 2019 has been a record-breaking year for Lucy and her team. From spreading brand awareness, record-breaking sales and winning awards, Lucy has shown no sign of slowing down and her empire continues to grow. Let’s take a look at what Lucy Quartermaine has been up to this year.
At the end of 2018, Lucy Quartermaine was already massively successful. Her Dipped collection was being picked up by numerous stockists and she was receiving many exciting sales. Her SS19 collection was no exception, with the Petal collection being snapped up by many retailers. Pieces from the Petal collection instantly became some of her bestsellers.
This happened at the start of the year, but it seems every collection that Lucy puts out is as successful as the last. The Teardrop collection, which launched in March 2019, received a standing ovation, with more and more retailers signing on to sell her designs. Lucy’s sales continue to grow, month by month, week by week. According to Professional Jeweller, Lucy’s sales “are predicted to be up by 45% by the end of the year.”
Alongside her monumental year of designing and selling, Lucy has secured many exciting collaborations in 2019. In April 2019, Lucy partnered with Merchant Jewellers to raise money for the charity, Children First Derby. 20% of the money raised was due to Lucy’s sales.
In May, Lucy collaborated with The Royal Mint, to launch the Molten collection. Some of the designs from this collection sold out within the first 24 hours. Lucy Quartermaine is also stocked in high street jeweller, Ernest Jones. This October, Lucy expanded her presence in the store, with 30 branches now stocking her designs.
The Lucy Quartermaine brand is finding success in all areas and getting more and more recognition. Lucy won Jewellery Designer of the Year 2019-2020 at the Professional Jewellery Awards and the International Jeweller of the Year 2019-2020 at the Leading Lights Awards. Her designs are also regularly in popular magazines and publications like Vogue, Red and Cosmopolitan.
It’s fairly obvious why we’re so proud to have Lucy Quartermaine on JewelStreet. A talented handcrafted designer, Lucy had a passion for jewellery at a young age and started making her own pieces at the age of 18. Inspired by typically British themes, Lucy’s style has evolved tremendously since she started designing. She adds a quirky yet modern edge to all her pieces, providing them with sculpture and personality. Her stunning silversmith skills makes her jewellery even more unique and captivating.
Here are our top picks for Lucy Quartermaine jewellery. We hope 2020 brings even more success for Lucy Quartermaine and we can’t wait to see what she’s got up her sleeve.