Established in 1997 by Director Ken Abbott, Timesupply and its highly experienced team has gained an enviable reputation as a leading fashion jewellery and watch distributor within Australia and New Zealand. Focusing on brands predominantly from Europe offering distinctive design, quality and value.

Timesupply is a preferred supplier to over 800 retail stores. However proud we are of our team, partnerships and achievements, we are constantly evolving and have never been more excited and confident about the future.

                     


           

News

NEW - RAS from Spain

September 16, 2020

RAS brings wearable art inspired by architecture and nature, handmade by jewellers in Spain, at an accessible price point. New to Australia and New Zealand, RAS delivers the best in Spanish design and craftsmanship, with a unique and artistic feel. A family business based in Madrid, RAS has been designing and producing jewellery for three generations. The collections are inspired by the world around us, focusing on themes of art, nature, architecture, and design. Spain is renowned as a global centre of creativity, producing such acclaimed artists and artisans as Salvador Dalí, Joan Miro, Antoni Gaudi and Pablo Picasso. Many RAS collections are inspired or pay tribute to these great artists, and other creative forces around the globe. The latest RAS...

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Dansk Smykkekunst is now Dansk Copenhagen and is sporting a stylish new corporate image.

February 11, 2020

The name change from Dansk Smykkekunst to Dansk Copenhagen has simplified the brand recognition and makes it easy to identify it as a brand designed in Denmark. The new name will make it easier for retailers who struggled with the pronunciation, although it will continue to be fondly known as ‘Dansk’. The business, which was founded in 1971, also has a new logo and a marketing campaign based on the concepts of ‘sophistication, ambition, bravery and edge’. The new direction will create a fresh look for exisiting customers but will also attract a younger market with an eye for style. The collections will remain true to the Danish simple and elegant styling, but will have sleeker, more pared back designs...

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