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FIRST LOOK: David M Robinson unveils expanded Manchester showroom


David M Robinson has opened the doors to its new flagship showroom in St Ann’s Square, Manchester.

As the independent jewellers celebrates its 50th anniversary, the latest opening heralds an exciting time for the business, having undertaken the largest expansion project in its history.

The acquisition of the adjacent property to the existing showroom on St Ann’s Square provided David M Robinson with an opportunity to create a contemporary retail space, reflecting the business and its future ambitions, creating a dynamic luxury environment.

Set across two contemporary floors, linked by a stone staircase descending under a stunning installation by lighting designer Tom Dixon, the newly reopened showroom features expanded brand areas for Rolex, Tudor and IWC located on the ground floor. On the lower ground floor, an additional Rolex space allows visitors to see into the heart of the showroom’s Watchmakers workshop.

The showroom features expanded brand areas for Rolex, Tudor and IWC.
A look at the DMR space dedicated to watches.

‘The Lounge’ adds an new space for the jeweller, equipped with a library and bar area, allowing the opportunity to host a variety of exclusive lunches and events within the showroom.

A new lounge area adds provides an opportunity for the jeweller to host exclusive events.
The lounge includes a bar area for clients to enjoy.


The showroom also features expanded workshops for both a Master Goldsmith and Watchmaker, reaffirming the importance of the company’s skilled craftspeople.

The jewellery area of the new Manchester boutique
DMR creates jewellery pieces in-house.

David M Robinson’s managing director, John Robinson, comments: “The opening of our new showroom in Manchester is the perfect way in which to celebrate 50 years of DMR. Focusing on creating a space that provides the luxury experiences expected by our clients, the showroom introduces our friends to the story of DMR, told in a truly modern environment.”

A stone staircase joins the two floors together.

St Anne’s Square has been David M Robinson’s home since 1979.



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