Tateossian signed Cudworth Enterprises last month in an exclusive deal to distribute its unique, refined and meticulously crafted jewellery for men in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Cudworth will launch the Tateossian range at the Sydney International Jewellery Fair on 26-28 August 2017 at the International Convention Centre in Sydney. The exclusive contract sees Cudworth supplying the Tateossian range of cufflinks, jewellery and lapel pins to high end Jewellery, Men’s Apparel and Gift stores in Australia.
“Tateossian is a sophisticated and genteel brand primarily targeting affluent males aged 25 years+. The brand has been available in Australia for over ten years through prestigious boutique and selective stores such as David Jones and the exclusive men’s department store Harrolds. The new contract means that selected Australian retailers will no longer need to deal direct with London, they will order through Cudworth to make reordering easier and more efficient for them,” said Darren Roberts, Director, Cudworth Enterprises.
Tateossian was established in 1990 by Robert Tateossian, widely known as the ‘King of Cufflinks.’ The eponymous brand’s jewellery is considered innovative, unique with uncompromising quality. Elton John lent his name to a Tateossian Elton John AIDS foundation line of gentlemanly accessories since 2015 with a percentage of the profits going to the charity.
Cudworth Enterprises has been an Australian wholesaler of men’s cufflinks and jewellery since 1918. The company specialises in 9ct Gold, sterling silver and stainless steel jewellery, and
distributes high end brands such as Hugo Boss and Cerruti writing instruments, Lanvin cufflinks and neckwear range, Thompson London Jewellery, Ermenegildo Zegna jewellery and Hoxton sterling silver men’s jewellery.