Alistair Black
Second-hand jewellery is a large part of our Business and we travel the country looking for ornate and unusual pieces which you can see from our website. Our fully trained staff is committed and
Jason Keith Jewellery
Harmoniously blending your needs and desires with his professional skill and experience, he will help you to create a piece of jewellery that is truly unique and special to you. If you are thinking
Tiptree Jewellers
Tiptree Jewellers is a jewellery shop based in Essex, we are primarily a Jewellers but also sell a wide range of gifts and offer additional services. As a jewellers we sell and make a wide range of
G S Jewellery
After working and running a successful jewellery business in the West End of London, Gary Marsh has set up a local jewellery workshop and has brought his skills to Chelmsford. Working in association
James The Jeweller
Since the age of ten James has been interested in the workings of watches and clocks. In his early teens he entered into an apprenticeship with Baume & Co of London, in Hatton Garden, who specialised
Lilyrose Jewellers
We design wedding rings, engagement rings and eternity rings which are crafted in our workshop. This enables us to deliver high quality jewellery at competitive prices. Visit us at our workshop on
Lance James The Jewellers
The enigmatic "four ringed" sign forming the logo gives a clue to the heritage that is the inspiration for Lance James The Jewellers. It is the sign of the ancient and mysterious Alchemists. Those who
Alistair Stewart Jewellers
Are you looking for a particular item of jewellery that you have not been able to find anywhere? Come in and talk to us for some expert advice, we may even be able to find what you are looking for -
COO Jewellers
COO Jewellers is an award winning family business based in London's famous jewellery quarter of Hatton Garden, also at 7a High Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1BE. We design and manufacture bespoke
Krafft Jewellers
Krafft Jewellers have been trading in Chelmsford for over 40 years. Mr Karl Krafft first started trading in New Street, next to the King William public house, before moving to Duke Street in 1973.