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The Jewelers Circle Celebrates One Year Anniversary With Free Jewelry Photography Webinar October 06, 2021 (0 comments)


New York, NY--The Jewelers Circle, a global trade-only online marketplace for rare jewelry, gems, and vintage pieces is celebrating its first anniversary. The platform enables retailers and industry professionals to transact online, without platform commissions, in a way that would traditionally take place in person. 

To celebrate its anniversary, the Jewelers Circle is introducing a new feature and offering a free special webinar about jewelry photography. 

From the Vault is a new scroll-through digital feature showcasing a wide assortment of bespoke pieces, while the free informative webinar about jewelry photography for marketing and online use will be held on Wednesday, October 13 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time. 

The webinar, titled "The Importance of Jewelry Photography - Pro Tips for Capturing Bespoke Pieces," features photographer Leo Bieber, who photographs jewels for the world's best jewelers and brands. Based in London, Bieber’s specialty is lighting and set design that elevate the aesthetic power of jewelry and gemstones. Bieber combines art and science to create his images “in camera” and uses minimal digital enhancements. In an interview-style format, Bieber to share his expert tips on lighting, styling, proportion and visual storytelling, as well as the best practices for working with a professional photographer to achieve optimal pictures. Click here to register

The Jewelers Circle was built by six leading luxury vintage firms and debuted in October 2020. 

“Last year during the pandemic, The Jewelers Circle platform was conceptualized and then developed after recognizing that global business travel and in-person events would be greatly impacted. We sought to create a digital solution to showcase some of the rarest and most exquisite vintage and signed pieces as well as gemstones in a virtual marketplace where fine jewelers, designers, dealers and retailers from around the world could connect, discover and ultimately do business at any time and from anywhere,” says Marianne Fisher, co-founder and managing director of the Jewelers Circle. “We are thrilled to celebrate a successful first year in business and very grateful to the community that has joined us. We have continued to enhance and evolve the platform based on the feedback and needs of our subscribers over the past 12 months. It is truly invigorating hearing about the relationships being forged and business transactions that have occurred because of the platform. We thank our subscribers for being part of the ever-growing community and look forward to continuing to launch new features to optimize luxury businesses, digitally.”

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