Peter Jenner has over 40 years experience in designing and making high quality jewellery, much of it specially commissioned. His excellent reputation and customer loyalty - both locally and far beyond- come from providing beautiful, individual pieces, created with skill, care and attention.
Founded in 2006 by Rebecca Doyle, Chez Bec has long been considered as one of the UK's leading designers of pearl wedding jewellery. They've even won a few awards to prove is, namely the highlycoveted Wedding Ideas Awards 2010, 2011 & 2012 for Best Bridal Accessories and The Sheerluxe Awards 2011 for Wedding Jewellery (they've been highly commended in that one too).
We fully appreciate the sentiment that is often attached to jewellery and other personal possessions and we give this the greatest consideration with regard to all items left with us for repair orrestoration. Our master craftsmen will undertake all repairs and restorations with the utmost care and respect and to the very highest standard.
All our pieces are commissioned, designed and manufactured by hand on the premises using traditional tools and techniques. Working in this way means that every piece is not only superior quality, butgenuinely one-of-a-kind. Master craftsman Chris Thurlwell founded the company in 1989 after studying at the Central School of Arts and enjoying a long and successful career as a jeweller in London's West End.
Payne and Son Jewellers are based along the old High Street, which is home to many individual businesses. In our high street store you will find jewellery, bridal jewellery and silverware as well aswatches from Edox and Mondaine, and corporate gift ideas such as writing instruments, silverware. You will also see our collection of porcelain from the Zelli Gallery, London, which was incorporated early 2011.
Payne & Son, the jewellers and silversmiths of Tunbridge Wells, is run by one of the oldest families of jewellers in England. Indeed the firm can trace its history back to 1790 in Wallingford. Othershops opened in Abingdon in 1825, Banbury in 1841, Tunbridge Wells in 1870 and Oxford in 1889. Today the Payne family is still represented by Michael Payne in Tunbridge Wells, the seventh generation to become a jeweller.
There's something quintessentially British about a fine jeweller. Something special amongst the rows of vintage watches and pristine pearls. Something beyond the glint of a jewel or the sparkle ofsilver. And what better place to experience it than in the heart of Tunbridge Wells; welcome to Walsh Bros, independent fine jeweller.
Toulson Jones Jewellers is a family business set in the heart of Tunbridge Wells, Kent. We have been established for over eight years and have many more years experience in the jewellery trade,gaining contacts and suppliers from around the globe. The store's business in diamonds and contemporary jewellery has increased dramatically over the years and we continue to develop our selection and reputation as the jewellers to turn to for quality and exemplary design.