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Rising Stars ​30 Under 30 2015: Ross Baker

In Retail Jeweller’s first Rising Stars 30 Under 30 supplement we present the amazing young talent that exists in the industry. Here we look at Ross Baker.

Ross Baker

Ross Baker

Ross Baker

Senior sales, Reynolds & Co

DOB 20/08/91 Age 23

Having started working as a sales assistant in a jeweller at the age of 18, Ross Baker says he fell in love with the jewellery trade the first time he set foot in London’s Hatton Garden.

Baker spent the first four years of his career working in sales roles at different jewellers in Hatton Garden, before taking up his current position with independent family jeweller Reynolds & Co, based in Bluewater, last August.

Baker has completed his Jewellery Education and Training (JET 1) and is currently working towards his JET 2, with his sights firmly set on gaining full FGA status in the next year.

He says he is committed to a lifelong career in the jewellery industry and is extremely happy and proud to have been selected as one of RJ’s 30 under 30.

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