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lord coconut
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Thanks Executive Style for featuring two of our jewellery pieces by Dan McGill in http://www.executivestyle.com.au/mens-jewellery-trends-for-2017-heavy-metal-and-black-diamonds-grqbhj
Architecturally inspired designs and bold black diamonds are all the rage for men. Really.
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Excited about this one, thanks.

PS Look out for it in print this Saturday in The Age Spectrum.

http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/fashion/retail-therapy-lord-coconut-20160919-grjyyn.html
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Looking forward to seeing some our of jewellery being worn by Noah Taylor in The Menkoff Method which is getting released soon. http://themenkoffmethod.com
The Menkoff Method Movie - Murder, assassins, zombies and manga become real as our hero pursues the girl of his dreams. A very weird love story.
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New wedding rings have just arrived instore!

Some great wedding rings are now available from the some of our talented jewellers including Emily Becher, Ginkoh Jewellery, Gillian Hillman, Alannah Sheridan and Gavin MacSporran.
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Check out the great new range of vintage street map and flower cufflinks by Erwin Rohrl
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A bit more feedback recently received from an online customer:
"They just arrived and the packaging is amazing!

I can't thank you enough - I will make sure to spread the word about your amazing business!"
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What's up with the obsession with rough cut diamonds these days? Find out more thanks to Executive Style at http://www.executivestyle.com.au/rough-diamonds-shine-for-organic-originality-gpv8u3
Even jewellery is going organic with a new trend for 'rough' gemstones.
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We live in Melbourne, It's footy finals time, you can't get away from it so our hours need to change for this weekend only!
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The store has never looked so good........................ thanks +Melbourne Fringe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhEzWSPrZHM
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Look who's been lucky enough to be one of teh featured vendors in the WedShed newsletter: http://email.wedshed.com.au/t/ViewEmail/y/1E66F985C2E0D124

This is one mighty fine site for all your rustic wedding needs.
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Check out the Executive Style story which features the Longhorn Beetle cufflinks by Justin Siow at http://www.executivestyle.com.au/bug-and-insect-jewellery-creating-a-major-buzz-gqivgb
Spiders, beetles, centipedes, butterflies and ants make a million dollar impact.
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Great new stock arrival by the talented jewellers +Emily Becher Dat Van, Kath O'Neill, Marko Radosavljevic, Petr Hanzak, Albert Tse and Orion Joel
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Melbourme's only handcrafted contemporary jewellery, cufflink and art store for men.
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A hidden gem tucked away in the industrial area of Bayswater, a mere 5 minute walk from the train station. They stock an impressive array of both old and new comics and have been at it for over 25 years. Well established players who import direct. Well worth a visit if you live that side of town.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Booked a birthday lunch on a Sunday at Little Hunter for 14 people over two months ago. Restaurant contact tells us by email that we only need to confirm final numbers a few days beforehand. 40th birthday invitations go out accordingly. Friends excited. We email restaurant contact six days out to confirm final numbers. Five days out get a phone call advising that the restaurant has a new chef who doesn't work Sunday's and the restaurant hasn't opening on a Sunday for 3 weeks! Advised that our booking wasn't 'in the book'??? Asked if we would like to change our booking to another date...........Now telling everyone we can not to go near the place. Shame on you Little Hunter, shame on you if you think that is an acceptable way to treat a customer.. UPDATE: The manager called last night apologising for the cancellation (lunch still cancelled though) and offered a free meal (we won't be taking up). A least someone in authority had the courtesy to call and knows a little bit about trying to rectify an unacceptable situtation.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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