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Henryka exits retail business where brand was born

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British jewellery brand Henryka has decided to close its store after a decade of trading in Hereford.

Due to the end of lease, the brand has decided not to carry on with the physical retail side of the business, but instead focus on wholesale and online sales.

Over the last decade, Henryka has grown from a humble boutique in Hereford, England, to a renowned British high street jewellery brand with a presence across the UK and Ireland.

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Henryka now has 80 stockists, with ambitions to grow to 100.

Henryka owner and director, Anna Emmett, comments: “We will be closing our retail unit and concentrate our efforts on the flourishing wholesale market and our online sales.

“We are excited to announce as well that the Henryka Jewellery will remain locally available through established Hereford jeweller, Pleasance and Harper once the store closes”

Pleasance and Harper will now be the brand’s official retail partner in the local area.

Over the last decade, Henryka has grown from a humble boutique in Hereford, England, to a renowned British high street jewellery brand with a presence across the UK and Ireland.

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