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James Ross Jewellers
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Family Jewellers For Generations
Family Jewellers For Generations

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April Diamonds I recently received a great blog from my supplier LUKE STOCKLEY, showcasing some of the beautiful jewellery that they make using the April Birthstone of Diamond. Please contact me info@jamesrossjewellers.co.uk if you are interested in anything you see, or any other Diamond jewellery.
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A watch with a history We have just carried out some research on a customer’s watch which once belonged to his Father now sadly deceased. We able to give our client details of who the watch was made by and some history about the company. Our client emailed me: " When collecting my 20's Omega watch on Saturday, you may…
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What does luxury mean to you? I am in the business of selling luxury items to my customers, so I have been wondering recently about what luxury means to different people, and are peoples expectations changing? “A luxury item is something expensive which is not necessary but which gives you pleasure” – Collins English dictionary Going way back in history luxury…
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How to tell how much your vintage watch is worth If you suddenly inherit a family heirloom watch, or you bought one yourself many years ago, but forgot you had it, how can you tell if it is valuable, or simply a family heirloom with emotional attachment? If you are already a watch enthusiast, then you will probably know the values of both the well…
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A historic jewellery item with a practical use Do you ever spill food down yourself or get food on your hand or mouth?  Well luckily, since Roman times there has been a solution to that – a napkin. But like many things in life, there is a right way and a wrong way to use a napkin.  According to Debrett’s etiquette guide:- Napkins…
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