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Historic Royal Palaces flying high with Clogau Gold

Licensee enjoying success with latest HRP collection including pieces targeting the travel retail sector.

Clogau Gold has been enjoying success with its latest Historic Royal Palaces collection, including pieces targeting the travel retail sector.

Notably, in just a few seasons this area has grown to be 15% of Clogau and HRP’s licensed revenue and is still increasing.

Ranges are currently sold across airlines and cruise ships including Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa and P&O Cruises to name just a few.

Two new Tudor Court designs are launching in spring 2020, which incorporate the quatrefoil symbol from Anne Boleyn’s gateway at Hampton Court Palace within a pendant and affinity bracelet.

The items already have confirmed listings with Emirates and Virgin Atlantic, with further airlines in discussion.

“The association with Historic Royal Palaces is the perfect royal seal of approval and a key USP in international markets where travellers are fascinated by the British monarchy and high-quality British goods,” said Aran Turner, international account manager at Clogau Gold. “As a result, we’ve successfully secured 27 listings for Kensington and Tudor Court collections across 14 international carriers.”

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