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Celebrity Jeweller speaks on Godsontheplug brand



Nigerian-British custom jeweller, Godson Umeh, trading as Godsontheplug, has disclosed plans to capture Nigeria’s Jewellery market.

Umeh, 24, earned his stellar reputation through his incredible custom jewellery designs after bringing to life an array of glittering pieces for celebrities like ManCity and England international Raheem Sterling, Chelsea FC’s Trevor Chalobah and Russian glamour model Anastasia Kvitko, to name a few.

He has paved a career out of creating some of the most jaw-dropping pieces in the industry and one of his most recent pieces for Nigerian sensation Zlatan Ibile broke the Internet.


The celebrity jeweller whose business has spanned across the world in terms of prompt and reliable delivery said he plans to expand beyond just the countries where he currently has clientele but will be represented in many more major cities across the world in no time.

When asked about his plan for the business in five years time he said “to set up stores in major cities across the world”.

Umeh disclosed that what separates himself from other jewellers is his unique designs, the diamond quality, wealth of experience in the industry and his integrity when dealing with all clientele.

“We are very prompt, we deliver worldwide, I fly out personally to deliver all around the world“.

According to research, the global gemstone and jewellery industry is currently worth about US$ 300 billion and is projected to cross the US$ 443 billion mark by 2023, a healthy growth of over 4.73 per cent per annum.

The huge market has as its global leader, India, with a market share of about US$ 60 billion as recorded in 2017 and is expected to reach $100-110 billion by 2021-2022.

It contributes around seven per cent of the country’s GDP, employing over 4.64 million workers which is estimated to rise by 2022.

Follow Umeh on Instagram @Godsontheplug


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