This month sees us saying a fond farewell to Alfriston after 7 years, to concentrate on our larger store in Heathfield, Jocalia Jewellers at 61 High Street, Heathfield. Our Website is still our windowto the wider world where we can offer our individual designs and creations to you all. With over 30 years experience within all areas of the jewellery world we aim to offer an informative and caring shopping experience.
White's Jewellers is now owned and run by Peter & Deirdre Knott who purchased it in 1981 but a jewellers has been trading at 96 High Street, Tenterden in Kent since 1860. Whether you are looking forrings, watch, or any other item of jewelry, as one of Kent's few remaining independent jewellers we stock beautiful original jewellery, engagement rings, diamond rings and wedding rings which you won't find in the high street chains. We pride ourselves on finding the right ring for YOU.
We have been trading for over 26 years. The shop has been an established jewellers since 1872 and is the only shop in St. Leonards still trading as it was originally. We have onsite Goldsmiths and aworkshop where we can help you design and create your perfect piece of jewellery. We offer every service in the jewellery trade to include valuations, gold buying, fine jewellery, gifts, watches and rethreading.
Alongside our repair services, we offer a bespoke jewellery design service, and are able to re make a piece of jewellery or create a new specifically designed piece of custom jewellery. We recentlyhave been commissioned to craft beautiful pieces of jewellery from old and broken pieces of gold, keeping the sentiment by remaking into something new.
Welcome to Pearl & Queenie, an award winning British Designer Label, that make luxury jewellery for the discerning & stylish who are proud to go their own way. Unique & beautiful collections, steepedin tradition with a contemporary luxury edge & playful sophistication.
With over thirty years experience in designing and hand making precious jewellery, Peter has extensive knowledge of all aspects of the jewellery trade. Using skills developed over three decades, Petercreates unique pieces of jewellery, individually designed with both modern and traditional influences. Peter Farrow Jewellery is now one of the finest jewellers in the south east of England. His showroom and workshop can be found in the picturesque market town of Rye, in East Sussex.
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.
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.
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.
I was born in Cumbria and after completing a BTEC Foundation course at Cumbria College of Art and Design, I graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Jewellery and Silversmithing at The School ofJewellery in Birmingham. Major awards I have won include The 1996 Royal Society of Arts Award which enabled me to take up Artist in Residence at Ino Cho in Japan.