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Nude Jewellery moves from London to Reigate


Mayfair independent jewellers, Nude Jewellery, has announced it will be moving from London to Reigate, Surrey.

After 14 years in Mayfair, Nude Jewellery will now open a jewellery studio and showroom at The Paper House, Reigate Art Studios, Castle Walk.

Nude Jewellery specialises in unique and unusual designer jewellery, with a bespoke jewellery service for those looking for truly one-of-a-kind pieces.

Nikki Galloway, owner of Nude Jewellery is a qualified award-winning jewellery designer/maker, holding a BA (Hons) degree in Jewellery Design from Central St. Martins and an HND from Kent Institute of Art and Design.

“Having lived in the area for many years I’ve always admired how many independent shops are based here,” explains Galloway about the move. “Reigate residents have their own sense of style and individuality which I’ve always loved so I hope Nude Jewellery will be a welcome addition to the area. I’m looking forward to spending time in Reigate as a retailer as well as a customer.”

Galloway adds: ‘Its been a wonderful 14 years in Mayfair and whilst I’ll be sad to leave the showroom behind I am also excited to be moving to a large studio in Reigate so that I can spend more time designing and creating bespoke pieces of jewellery for my clients.”

The business will move in January 2016 to concentrate on bespoke jewellery design and jewellery making courses. The team will be expanding their range of courses, offering daytime workshops for budding designers of all levels to learn how to make their own pieces and continuing to focus on its increasingly popular ‘make your own wedding rings’ class. The Nude Jewellery team will also be available by appointment and via the website for consumers to view its designer jewellery collections.

“We’ve been running lessons for over 10 years now and they’ve been hugely popular. I’m particularly looking forward to our ‘design your own wedding ring’ lessons to see what the future brides and grooms of Reigate can create,” says Galloway.


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