OJS Jewellery goes into liquidation

OJS Jewellery owned the KolorBox brand which specialised in 18ct gold jewellery with colourful gemstones.

Kolorbox owner thanks customers for support as it closes down.

OJS Jewellery, which owned the Kolorbox jewellery brand, has gone into liquidation.

The family-run Birmingham-based company, which specialised in what it described as “auxiliary jewellery” and coloured stone jewellery, went into liquidation on February 8.

OJS Jewellery was part of the CMJ and sales director Oliver Crouch said that he “would like to thank all CMJ members for their support over the years”.

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KolorBox was a range of 18ct gold jewellery set with a kaleidoscope of gemstones from diamonds to peridot and aquamarine. The brand had a wide distribution in the UK and on its website claimed to supply to 67 retailers including Finnies in Aberdeen, Townsend Jewellers in Wetherby, TJ Davies in Aberstwyth, Johnsons in Nuneaton and James Jewellers in Hants.



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