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Myles Harrison, store manager at Lancaster jeweller Banks Lyon, has recently undergone a week-long intensive course to become one of only a handful of Omega Grand Ambassadors in the UK.
Dorset-based independent Forum Jewellers has been honoured for customer service in a recent regional business awards.
Family-owned independent Jacobs the Jewellers scooped the coveted Retailer of the Year award at the Reading Retail Awards on Saturday September 22.
Family-independent jeweller, Ainsworth Jewellers, has signed a deal to be the Season Ticket Partner for local team, Blackburn Rovers Football Club.
Maiyet, a group of sustainable fine jewellery brands, has opened its first concept store within The Conduit, a private members club in London’s Mayfair.
Eponymous jewellery Peter Jackson honoured the loyal service of some of his staff with the retailer’s Five Year Club annual dinner.
David M Robinson (DMR) Jewellers has announced it will support the inaugural This is Manchester Awards and has donated an exclusive ‘one off’ suite of jewellery from its Honeycomb collection.
Wokingham-based Strange the Jewellers has launched the 100 days for 100 years’ event to mark its 100 years in business this year.
Welsh jewellery brand Clogau is to hold four training sessions throughout the UK for its existing retail partners and stockists.
British jewellery designer Alexis Dove has won the Best Independent Retailer category at the Lewes District Business Awards.
James Rudge, former employee of Jeremy France Jewellers, will take over the reins at MD Jewellers from June 1. He reveals his plans for the Gratham-based jewellers
Visualsoft’s head of strategy Emma Thompson explains how jewellers can attract shoppers’ attention and ultimately boost sales ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tying the knot.
Gary Little, chief executive at retail finance specialists Duologi explains how to provide effective finance options in the jewellery sector
For those facing the hard reality of winding down their jewellery business, a professionally run closing down Sale may be the best solution. Caroline Parry chats to some of those who have been through the process and hears their experiences
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) will host its second Technology and Security Showcase today (September 19) in Birmingham.
Armed robbers with crowbars raided the Pandora store in Cornmarket Street, Oxford on Friday (September 14) stealing £100,000 of jewellery.
Somerset-based independent jeweller Joseph Welch Jewellers was raided by masked burglars on Saturday (August 11).
Luxury fashion brand Gucci has reopened its newly refurbished London flagship store complete with a new storefront designed and manufactured by security provider, Warrior Doors.
In the August issue of Retail Jeweller [out now] we investigate the rise of counterfeit and fake watches. Craig MacCallum, chief executive of Optiseller, explains how online retailers can maximise performance and fight against fake goods.
The Asian Institute of Gemological Sciences (AIGS), a leading gemological laboratory, has identified fake gemstone reports bearing the AIGS logo in the gemstone market.
Industry provider StoneHawk will hold a free breakfast meeting in Birmingham to promote its #StopSmashandGrabs course.
Brian Reader, the oldest member of the Hatton Garden heist gang has been released from prison after serving three years, according to reports.
Commercial surveyors, Savoy Stewart found that firms in retail and wholesale spent an average of £2,940 on cyber security in 2017-18, a moderate rise of 21% from the last financial year of 2016-17.
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) has partnered with leading security and technology providers across the industry to host the Technology and Security Showcase.
A total of 378,725 shoplifting incidents were recorded from April 2017 to March 2018, showing a 4% increase from April 2016 to March 2017.