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  • Baselworld Places Furrer Jacot in the Top 15 Global Jewelery Brands

    Posted on February 19, 2013 in Jewelry Industry

     

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    Baselworld Watch and Jewelry Show is the most prestigious trade show of the international watch and jewelry industry.

    This year the show will begin on May 2nd and Furrer Jacot is proud to have been chosen to exhibit in Hall 1, which is reserved for the world’s leading brands.

    In appreciation of its 155 years of history and culture, Furrer Jacot has been chosen by Baselworld as one of the world’s top 15 Jewelers.   This is a result of the  brand’s approach that marries high quality production, design and  “Swiss-Made” tradition.

    For Walter Häusermann, president of Furrer Jacot, this honor was awarded by Baselworld in recognition of  FJ’s outstanding craftsmanship and growing market share in leading markets such as the US, UK and Asia.

    Selected jewelers the world over hold Furrer Jacot in high esteem:

    “In a league of it’s own” (Borsheims, Omaha)

    “The Lamborghini of wedding bands” (Michael C. Fina, New York)

    “Europe’s best wedding band manufacturer” (Piko, Japan)

    “The World’s top of the line wedding bands” (Lee Hwa, Singapore)

    Furrer Jacot maintains very high standards and values  in-house production so that they can manage each step of the process.  Production is subjected to rigorous inspection and controls. Using only the very best materials, under the direction and guidance of the Head Designer Lucas Ruppli, Furrer Jacot’s seamless chain of professional craftsmen consisting of model makers, goldsmiths, diamond setters, turners, polishers and engravers, who collaborate to produce every of Furrer Jacot’s jewelry in the city of Schaffhausen, in Switzerland.

    “Our philosophy enables Furrer Jacot to combine traditional craftsmanship that has been passed down through generations with the most innovative technologies. We fulfill our clients desires, without  sacrificing our unparalleled quality, individuality and impeccable ethics”, explains Walter Häusermann.

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