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Retirement Send-Off: Gaynor Andrews, Head of School, School of Jewellery Birmingham

​ Retirement Send-Off: Gaynor Andrews, Head of School, School of Jewellery, Birmingham After 40 years at the School of Jewellery, Birmingham, their very well respected Head of School, Gaynor Andrews will be taking early retirement. She will be leaving the School at Christmas. The School will be having a send off for her on Friday 16th December from 4.30pm – 7.30pm in the atrium at the School of Jewellery (presentations / speeches around 5.30pm).   It is a busy time of year for everyone, but please join them to remember and celebrate Gaynor’s time at the School and to wish

Deal High Street, Jewellers & Workshop

For Sale: Deal High Street, Jewellers & Workshop A high street retail jeweller & workshop, established for 39 years is now for sale. This presents a commercial opportunity for an enterprising start up, business expansion or a move into your own premises with on site workshop facilities. The reason for the sale is because the present owner is entering retirement and wishes to sell the business as a going concern. Business is for sale at a price of 90k. There is a leasehold rent in place of 20k per annum. Sale, plus fixtures and fittings and stock. Contact Chris 01304 368897

FREE: Rhodium / Gilding unit

FREE: Rhodium / Gilding Unit 4 empty tanks 84mm x 49mm x 46mm high Heating needs attention but has worked without Free from collection from Dorset Free Rhodium / Gilding unit Tanks empty, heaters need attention, but has worked without Retirement sale Free to pick up in Dorset Barry Papworth

Jeweller/Mounter at Jewelworks

Due to the retirement of a very experienced and valued member of our team we now have a position for a highly experienced and qualified jobbing jeweller or hand made mounter. The successful applicant will have completed a five year apprenticeship and have at least another five years experience as a working jeweller with references to support. The job will require working knowledge of all precious metals, ie, silver, gold, platinum and palladium. Together with a comprehensive understanding of precious and semi precious stones and their characteristics from a working point of view.

Calling All Aspiring Jewellers - to launch their dream business

Calling All Aspiring Jewellers An opportunity to launch their dream business. Jewellery Shop Opportunity: Established Bespoke Jewellery Boutique for Sale Due to retirement, our successful bespoke jewellery business in Essex is seeking a new owner this year. This charming boutique boasts a loyal clientele and a well-established reputation for quality bespoke craftsmanship.   Key benefits: Profitable Bespoke Business: Specialising in beautiful, handcrafted pieces. Great Location: Shop located on main high street, with lovely frontage. Low Overheads. Seamless Transition: Current owner offers support to ensure a successful handover. For serious enquiries, please contact Glenn - 07904 689 888

Shop Fittings Available Following Store Closure

Shop Fittings Available Following Store Closure T J Davies in Aberystwyth closed last year following a retirement sale.  The family business had been running successfully since the late 1940s and expanded and moved to larger premises in the 1990s.  The family is now looking to sell a selection of vintage cupboards and cabinets to the trade, including mahogany, glass and mirrored cabinets and wooden counters.All cupboards and cabinets have been well cared for, with some light wear that can easily be restored.  Ideal for a shop refit with collection from Aberystwyth, Wales.  Cost Fixtures pictured range from £ 500 - £

Deputy Warden of the Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office Retires

The Deputy Warden of the Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office in London, Dr Robert Organ, is to retire after 21 years of service. Robert began his career at the Goldsmiths’ Company in 2000 as Superintendent Assayer of the London Assay Office, before taking over as Deputy Warden (Managing Director-equivalent) in 2006. The Goldsmiths’ Company has been responsible for guaranteeing the purity of items made of precious metals since 1300, when the hallmarking statute was passed. Commenting on his retirement, Robert said, “It has been a privilege and honour to serve as Deputy Warden. I have taken great pride in adding to

Membership Secretary for Society of Jewellery Historians

Wanted: Membership Secretary for Society of Jewellery Historians (SJH) With the imminent retirement of the Membership Secretary after four years of valued service SJH are seeking expressions of interest for this role. The position of Membership Secretary involves keeping up-to-date records of the membership and dealing with subscriptions, both for new members and renewals. The Secretary is also responsible for providing a current list of members to the printers of Jewellery History Today three times a year, occasional emailings to the full membership list, and ad hoc sales of past copies of JHT and Jewellery Studies.  The Membership Secretary is

Marcia Lanyon going going... almost gone

One of the UK’s industry’s leading figures Marcia Lanyon might be winding down her much loved business but customers have no reason to worry about being left in the lurch, she says. The 69 year-old gemmologist, who is one of the leading suppliers to jewellery designers and makers in the UK, announced her retirement last week having carved out an unrivalled reputation for sourcing precious stones from all corners of the planet. Over a period of 40 years, she has built up an enviable mailing list of around 7,000 clients but says none will be left high and dry when