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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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Worth a look especially obviously if you need jewellery with lots of manufacturers and retailers. Don't miss out walking to St Paul's Square which is delightful and has pubs and restaurants. Recommended.
It was a very informative hour or so, to learn how the jewelry quarter developed and worked, I had no idea. It was a privilege to be able to see the workshops and offices and I would recommend it to anyone with an interest in...More
I tend to visit every couple of years. My next visit will be soon as I want to get some repairs/re-plating done on some items at a fraction of the price of a local jeweller. This is a working area of Birmingham don't expect a...More
I had to go get my wedding ring cut off. We went in to a couple of shops both who did not do it, but was advised by the second shop to got to Stanley's. So pleased we did they cut my ring of pain...More
Whilst on a Day to have my Gold Bracelet Repaired i had to wait a couple of hours so went into the Red Lion Public House for lunch with my Mrs an Mother in Law, Fantastic Food with Helpful Staff, Pointing us in the right...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.