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Jewellers in Edinburgh go the extra mile to build relationships with clients

One doesn’t have to spend much time in Edinburgh to understand why the colourful cosmopolitan city is one of the most popular in the UK. In fact, Scotland’s capital is reported to enjoy the second highest amount of international tourists after London, and a recent poll by a national newspaper named it as the reader’s

Two retailers strike deal to be first Scottish Gold traders

Retailers of the first refined batch of Scottish Gold for jewellery have been revealed as Scotland’s luxury jewellery house Hamilton & Inches and award-winning Orkney jewellery designer Sheila Fleet OBE. Scottish Gold, from Cononish gold and silver mine near Tyndrum, will now be developed by the individual jewellers into their uniquely designed collections. Once Scottish

TREND: Beach motifs and vibrant colours for SS15

Professional Jeweller Assistant Editor Stacey Hailes explores how fine and fashion brands alike are bringing tropical trends to the city customer this summer, with beach motifs and vibrant colours. Finally the days have got longer, the sun has started to shine and the summer clothes in our wardrobes can be dusted-off in preparation for another

Orkney Crafts Association supports local talent with new website

The Orkney Crafts Association has relaunched its website showcasing the work of around 40 local businesses, including jewellers and silversmiths. Each crafts person has a dedicated page, offering insights into their background, inspiration and techniques, along with high quality photographs of their work. The site, which has been optimised for tablet and mobile use, also

Sheila Fleet supports local teen with daisy range

18-year-old cancer patient Emily Findlay inspired daisy designs. Orkney-based jewellery designer Sheila Fleet has created the ‘Daisies for Emily’ jewellery collection to raise money for the Orkney Charitable Trust and 18-year-old cancer patient, Emily Findlay, who inspired the floral designs. Miss Findlay was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called neuroblastoma aged 14, but