LONDON, March 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
High-end jeweller, Ian Rosenberg, who specialises in making classic jewellery, has announced a new range of jewellery in partnership with his son Kevin.
'Heritage' will see the father and son pair team up to create bespoke jewellery inspired by the families' journey from door-to-door cutlery sales to a global brand.
Kevin works primarily with designers in Milan while Ian takes inspiration from classic British design. The new range aims to incorporate both styles with a few quirky twists.Ian said: "I'm extremely excited to work with Kevin again. Even though we are both in the same industry, it's very rare we get a chance to create anything together. "He moved to Italy a couple of years ago and now we've got even more of an excuse to talk daily." Of the inspiration behind the range, Ian added: "We wanted to create a something which would be a personal reminder for us of our journey but also create stunning pieces for our customers. "We took the basic silhouette shapes of the old jewellery designs and incorporated them into modern designs. As a result, we've created something truly unique which is quintessentially Rosenberg." The range is due to be released this summer and marks another exciting step in both brands' development as Kevin recently released a range of cufflinks in tribute to his father and Ian Rosenberg recently expanded its operations to Mumbai. Kevin Rosenberg said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for me to learn from my father. I've come a long way since I started making jewellery but I've still got so much to learn, hopefully I might even able to show him a few things I've learned along the way as well." About Ian Rosenberg and Kevin Rosenberg Jewellery: Ian Rosenberg Jewellery has been designing, making and selling luxury jewellery for 35 years. Specialising in British inspired designs, Ian Rosenberg started out selling cutlery door to door in London's West End. Kevin Rosenberg has worked in the jewellery business for 16 years. Having followed in the footsteps of his father, he now hosts collections of high-end matching evening wear jewellery. SOURCE Ian Rosenberg Jeweller.