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Birmingham Assay Office on ‘privilege’ of striking first mark for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

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Mark designed by Thomas Fattorini depicts an orb and can be added to any precious metal alongside a hallmark for £1 per item

Birmingham Assay Office will now screen for lab-grown diamonds

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SafeGuard Valuations will complete the service on behalf of Birmingham Assay Office as default as part of its jewellery valuation service

Birmingham Assay Office offers limited edition hallmark as 8-year-old wins logo competition

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Jewellers and the public can add the new 'Hope' logo to pieces until 31 December with proceeds going to an NHS charity

Two new wardens join the line up at Birmingham Assay Office

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Birmingham Assay Office has announced the appointment of new wardens, Russell Jeans, founder and CEO of Sefton & Associates, and Andrew Lee, senior board...

Birmingham Assay Office seeks new logo design for optional jewellery mark

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The Birmingham Assay Office has asked children aged between seven and 16 across the West Midlands to design a logo around the theme of...

Birmingham Assay Office seeks new guardians

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The Birmingham Assay Office is seeking "seasoned individuals" to serve as new guardians of the organisation. The office's guardians form a board which then elects...

Birmingham Assay Office raises £5k for local hospitals

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Assay Office gave jewellers, manufacturers and public option of adding rainbow mark to jewellery in exchange for a £1 donation to the University Hospitals Birmingham Charity

Birmingham Assay Office introduces rainbow mark to celebrate the NHS

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The limited edition mark depicts the symbol that has become synonymous during the current pandemic.

Birmingham Assay Office elects five new guardians

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The Birmingham Assay office has elected five new 'Guardians of the Standard of Wrought Plate'.   The role of ‘Guardian of the Standard of Wrought Plate...

Birmingham Assay Office re-opens Gem Lab 

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Jewellery professionals can now send their stones to the laboratory to be graded.
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