New Bridal Trail at Treasure London this weekend

The contemporary jewellery show Treasure returns to London this weekend. Follow the new Bridal Trail to uncover exciting accessories for your big day.

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For the sixth year running, the contemporary jewellery show Treasure is coming to London. The biggest public event of this year's Jewellery Week, the event runs from 14-16 June.

Set to be a must-visit for jewellery fans across the capital, Treasure will give accessory-lovers the chance to browse collections, meet the designers and buy anything that takes their fancy in a one-off event, all in the beautiful surroundings of Somerset House.

There will be plenty to see and do over the three days. Visitors will be able to get advice from on-hand stylists and listen to a series of talks from some of the biggest names in jewellery design. Some designers will even be taking commissions on the day - perfect if you're looking for something a bit different for a special occasion.

Whether you're there to buy or just browse, there will also be six specially designed treasure hunts for visitors to follow. Each trail is themed and includes one devoted to brides-to-be. Perfect if you're after a few special accessories for your big day, the Bridal Trail gives couples the opportunity to seek out exciting bridal jewellery from around Britain and Europe. Marked out with hearts on the floor plan, stands specialising in bridal jewellery are also listed in the Treasure guide, making it easy to spot potentional wedding dress accessories. 

An assortment of independent jewellers have worked on the unique trail this year, which means there will plenty of choice. From gold wedding bands to diamond necklaces and fun 'Mrs' pendants, don't miss this unique opportunity to buy direct from the designers.

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