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  • Bradley’s Jewellery unveils Twinkle Toes collection
    Bradley’s Jewellery has launched a capsule collection of precious jewellery pieces, named Twinkle Toes, to raise funds for Steps Charity Worldwide and The Miscarriage Association. The non-profit, charitable collection comprises a disc pendant, a heart-shaped locket, and a foot-shaped charm set with diamonds and multi-coloured stones. Created by jeweller and boutique owner, Kay Bradley, part […]
    Jaskeet Briah
  • Ashes Memorial Jewellery reports 30% sale increase
    Burton-on-Trent-based Ashes Memorial Jewellery has reported that it has seen sales rise by a third (30%) over the past year, despite the current economic uncertainty. The jeweller said that interest in memorial jewellery has “skyrocketed”since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, with a “significant spike” in the number of people searching for this style of […]
    Patrick Dunne
  • Berry’s Jewellers unveils OPEIA collection for 125th anniversary
    Berry’s Jewellery, family-owned expert jeweller, has launched the special edition ‘Opeia’ collection to celebrate its 125th year in business. The collection is made up of 10 pieces, comprising a necklace, a small and large pendant, a pair of drop and stud earrings, three rings, a bangle and a bracelet. Designed by Berry’s in-house designer, Emily […]
    Jaskeet Briah
  • Hallmarking surges 26% in April
    The total number of hallmarked pieces climbed 26.3% to 660,006 in April 2022, up from 522,390 for the same period in 2021. According to the Birmingham Assay Office, Gold hallmarked pieces increased 18.6% to 280,067, against last year’s 236,089. Silver saw an increase of 30% year-on-year, from 268,993 to 349,654. Platinum saw the largest rise, […]
    Patrick Dunne
  • UK economy shrinks in March
    The UK economy shrunk by 0.1% in March as consumers started to feel the bite of rising energy prices and the cost of living. The latest figures also come after a period of no growth in February. During the period, services fell by 0.2% on the month and was the main contributor to March’s fall […]
    Patrick Dunne