Domino Jewellery re-opens factory doors for business


British manufacturer, Domino Jewellery, has reopened its doors for business today (April 27).

Joining its sister firms, Gecko and Weston Beamor, Domino Jewellery has opened its manufacturing facilities in Birmingham with a reduced team.

The manufacturer says to its clients: “Thank you for your patience and support over the past few weeks. Our entire team are extremely grateful, and we send our best wishes to you, your families, loved ones, colleagues and friends. We hope that you are all well.

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“Following UK Government direction and the re-opening of the Assay Office, we are pleased to confirm that Domino Jewellery will open its manufacturing facilities with a reduced manufacturing team on April 27, 2020.”

The wellbeing of staff remains the company’s top priority, with precaution measures taking place to ensure social distancing can be observed at all times.

The company adds: “We will be working with a reduced manufacturing team; however, we will aim to complete orders as effectively as possible in a sensible time frame.”

Stock items ordered during Domino Jewellery’s temporary shutdown will now be dispatched.

The sales team will continue to be ready to help customers with orders and queries from 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday.

Office staff will remain working from home until further notice.

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Editor, Professional Jeweller

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