Something Elegant
Silver jewellery is all about style and elegance, words that are often over-used and under-valued. You know it when you see it: the delicate silver pendant, the detail on a carefully-crafted bangle,
Finery
Finery & Co is a family business, founded by Gary and Caroline Brooks. For the last ten years, we've been offering fabulous collections of jewellery - including our own designer ranges and bespoke
Spangle Jewellery
Shop silver jewellery, scarves and luxury accessories from Spangle's huge selection of high quality yet affordable silver jewelry for ladies, jewellery for men and jewellery for children. We have
Orchid House Jewellery
Covering the areas of Dunmow, Stansted, Takeley, Bishops Stortford, Hatfield Heath, The Rodings, Chelmsford and Braintree. Have experience of working at venues such at Channels Golf Club, Parklands -
Ce' Bespoke
A customer decided to surprise his girlfriend with an engagement ring. He came to see us every Saturday for eight months, and would spend at least 45 minutes each time, talking through designs and
Allie Jewellery
Beautiful Gemstone Bracelets with charms £18! Hand of Hamsa, Buddha, Yoga Ohm, Star of David, Cross, Wishbone, Angel Wing, Heart, Tree of Life and word charms. You choose your colour gemstone and
Ashwells Charles Turney
Ashwells, the jewellers and watchmakers, was first established in the year 1817 in North Street, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire and is historically documented. This celebrates a continuity of
Jewel Genie
We sustain our competitive edge by working directly with jewellery designers and silversmiths, together we create beautiful handmade or hand finished jewellery. Our designs are distinctive 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
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.