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The Jewellery Quarter is one of the oldest districts in Birmingham. Around a 15minute walk from the city centre and well connected with trains, trams and buses. The area has a reputation of high quality, bespoke Jewellery but is home to countless...more
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Went to the Jewellery Quarter to purchase an engagement ring as my partner is originally from there. Initially I found the quarter rather overwhelming - however I then discovered Victoria James. Outstanding customer care, Jewellery and quality. After she said yes, we had Victoria James...More
We went around numourous shops in the jewellery quarter and Mitchell & co provided the best customer services by far. We had no clue about diamonds however Niko at Mitchell & co provided great clarity in explaining the different types of diamonds availble and provided...More
I can't think of such a concentration of jewellery shops anywhere else. It is an extraordinary phenomenon. For me the most interesting aspect was the Jewellery Museum which covers the long history of the district.
We booked to have to make our wedding rings with the quarter workshop, We had no idea what to expect, and had no ideas about the ins and outs of ring making, however Victoria was so helpful and patient and helped us along every step...More
Great area of Birmingham and my favourite. Shops, restaurants and bars aplenty.
Select and safe area. New buildings and old mix.
If you go to this city i would definitely recommend at least one day and evening here.
This was the first time we were going ring shopping. The first official initial browse that we believed would take an entertiny of decisions. My partner and I had discussed me being apart of this process to purchase our engagement and wedding ring, and he...More
We've used Ritz and G H Moore on Vyse St near the Metro and railway station and A & A Jewellers on Northampton St, a number of times. G H More have always done very good work for us and some of our friends. For info, from... More
We've used Ritz and G H Moore on Vyse St near the Metro and railway station and A & A Jewellers on Northampton St, a number of times. G H More have always done very good work for us and some of our friends. For info, from our experience and depending on how much bigger the shank needs to be, you wouldn't normally need a completely new shank unless it's really worn. My wedding ring, as a solid band was simply stretched. My wife's rings with settings and stones were cut and had a new piece let in to make them bigger. Hope that's some help.