Luxury jewellery designers, Boodles, took their glittering Christmas celebrations to a whole new level this month as their flagship showroom on North John Street wowed guests with a spectacular million-pound Christmas tree from The Festive Decorators, which dazzled with its show-stopping Boodles jewellery.
A selection of iconic Boodles pieces were showcased within 24 glass baubles, with over 20,000 diamonds, over 600 carats in weight adorning the breath-taking Christmas tree.
The Seasonal Showcase evening also celebrated the switching on of Boodles’ spectacular showroom interior and exterior installations, along with the Liverpool City Centres festive lights, courtesy of Liverpool BID company, in association with The Festive Decorators, including the spectacular Christmas Tunnel of Light installation in Church Alley.
The magical walkway of light will illuminate the Church Alley, close to the Bluecoat Arts centre, and will feature a 10-minute spectacular every hour from 4.30pm-7.30pm, from 15th November-26th December.
Liverpool Light Spectacular is the main highlight of Liverpool BID Company’s 2019 Christmas campaign. It will decorate Liverpool city centre with festive lights and 2,000 baubles from Bold Street to Castle Street and the shopping areas in between.
However, the sparkle didn’t stop there, as the lucky Boodles guests were treated to champagne and mouth-watering Tinajin inspired snacks from the city’s hottest new eatery, Lu Ban, located in Cains Brewery Village.
Nicholas Wainwright, Boodles, said: ‘We are delighted to have joined in the light switch on celebrations and to have produced this show stopping spectacular million-pound tree for our guests to enjoy. What a wonderful way to welcome in the festive season in true Boodles style.’
Vicky Lally, Festive Decorators, said: “Our team have absolutely loved designing and installing this amazing tree. Every detail has been designed to showcase Boodles’ amazing collection of jewellery. We love it!”
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