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Jewellery professionals sceptical Budget offers enough support for high street retailers

Jewellery professionals sceptical Budget offers enough support for high street retailers

While independent jewellers welcome the Government’s small business rates relief, many believe more can be done.

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery receives warm welcome to Primrose Hill

Independent retailer Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery has been warmly received by Primrose Hill businesses and residents as it completes it store fit on Regent’s Park Road. The new shop and studio is the retailer’s first venture into London, and Primrose Hill offers a location filled with like-minded businesses. The Primrose Hill boutique offers a unique

Designer-Maker Jewellery Boutique of the Year finalists for PJ Awards 2017 unveiled

Professional Jeweller is delighted to announce the finalists for the Designer-Maker Jewellery Boutique of the Year category of the 2017 Professional Jeweller Awards. Finalists in this category are designer-makers showcasing their pieces within their own boutique. The finalists in the Professional Jeweller Awards Designer-Maker Jewellery Boutique of the Year category are: Daniella Draper Jewellery designer Daniella Draper has

Harriet Kelsall named Retail Businesswoman of the Year

British jewellery designer Harriet Kelsall was awarded HSBC Retail Businesswoman of the Year at the Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards 2016. Trailblazing and pioneering women from enterprise and business gathered at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds for the grand evening to celebrate each other’s achievements in what is one of the country’s biggest

Hertfordshire jewellery designer hosts Peruvian gold miner

Hertfordshire-based bespoke jewellery designer Harriet Kelsall played host to a Peruvian gold miner on October 7 who is in the UK to highlight how Fairtrade has boosted his community and saved lives. Roger Arcos Ponte, from Macdesa mine, told an audience of ethical campaigners, customers and local school children about the difference Fairtrade production standards


Business Big Shots are defined as the individuals and teams that are “shaping the UK jewellery industry”. They command the respect of the entire business community for their leadership, innovation, vision and delivery of outstanding results. This year’s Professional Jeweller Business Big Shots are: Joanne Milner, Garrard Peter Anderson, Pandora Helen Haddow, Houlden Craig Bolton, Goldsmiths Helen

HOT 100 BUSINESS BIG SHOTS: Harriet Kelsall, Founder, Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery

It was at her kitchen table in 1998 that Harriet Kelsall established her jewellery business. That same table is now in the conservatory of her country home, covered in seedlings – shoots of new growth that seem somehow emblematic for this ever-blossoming business. A continuous stream of fresh ideas has ensured that Harriet Kelsall Bespoke

Cambridge millennials stress importance of social networking to improve jewellery sales

Millennial jewellers in Cambridgeshire have highlighted the ways in which the industry can embrace social media, in order to remain competitive on the high street. Britni-May Edwards, senior sales and social media manager at Page Fine Jewellery, explains: “As an independent jewellers, having social media presence benefits us greatly. Not only can we treat it

Silver sales strong on high street despite dipping hallmarking figures

As reported last month, the latest hallmarking figures for April 2016 show an 11.6% dip in silver. With rose gold’s continuing success and a predicted comeback for yellow gold, Professional Jeweller explores how silver is faring on the high street.  Sarah Wharton, owner of 925 in Canterbury, has been running the specialist silver jewellers since