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Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham, England
+44 121 233 2814
Review Highlights
The place to buy diamonds a do a bit of haggling

Needed to buy some jewellery so came here. Prices are very competitive and don't forget to haggle... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom
The JQ maybe you need to be a Brumie...

It is not as it was but it is still there. Don't get confused with Gas Street Basin or canal narrow... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lichfield, United Kingdom
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The Jewellery Quarter is situated a stone's throw away from Birmingham City Centre. Not only is it renowned as the destination for high quality, bespoke Jewellery, but it is home to over fifty independent restaurants, bars and cafes including the popular Jam House; Peel & Stone Bakery, The Church and The Lord Clifden. The Quarter is home to over 200 Listed buildings including the Grade I* St Paul's Church which sits on top of the last Georgian Square in Birmingham. It includes three museums, two of which are preserved factories, attractions such as Escape Live and Wonderful World of Trains & Planes; two galleries and much more. Whether it is shopping, sightseeing or drinks out with friends, the Jewellery Quarter is one of the most up and coming areas in Birmingham city centre.
  • Excellent59%
  • Very good27%
  • Average9%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Birmingham, England
+44 121 233 2814
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Needed to buy some jewellery so came here. Prices are very competitive and don't forget to haggle and visit as may jewellers as you can to get the right deal and piece of jewellery. There is a car park of Vyse Street which is cheaper...More

Thank Southendwesthamfan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is not as it was but it is still there. Don't get confused with Gas Street Basin or canal narrow boats. All good for photos. And there are craft person and Welsh gold still there. Vyse Street and the clock tower your area. Look...More

Thank Nightowl0808
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

About a half hour walk from the city centre and it is well worth it. Wonderful history and with markings on the footpaths it gives you a potted history of the Jewellery Quarter. Certainly worth it.

1  Thank LouCole
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have always loved this decadent but exciting side of Birmingham city centre. There is history, culture, class and wonderful independent bars. Combined with the beauty of St Paul s square, Ancient cemetries hidden amongst the street art and gold merchant s, it is worth...More

Thank Susie T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have visited Stanleys many times to purchase jewellery, I have always been greeted with lovely very helpful staff. The beauty and quality of the items I have bought are outstanding. I recommend Stanleys to my family and friends, because I know they will never...More

Thank 55carols
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The jewellery quarter is a series of streets lined with independent jewellery shops - and the perfect place to get more bang for your buck. Some HINTS AND TIPS for shopping here: - try and bring some photo examples of what you like (on your...More

Thank TheShoppingCat
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Came here in December to choose my birthday presant which was a three coloured gold bangle which I love. This time it was to replace my cheap quickie wedding ring. My engagement ring is a baguette and princess cut so wanted the wedding ring to...More

Thank Trudi525
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited Marlows Diamonds to look for my wedding ring. I had read recent reviews and although the majority were good, there were a few reviews that weren’t so good. Having these in mind, Marlows Diamonds was the first shop we went to and from...More

Thank melwj
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We've used many different jewellers in the Jewellery Quarter over the years and have found the service you get can vary a great deal. Using a different jeweller for the first time then comes with a bit of uncertainty. We came across G H Moore...More

Thank Tony P
Reviewed 14 January 2018

It's got great pubs and bars, and a certain degree of historical interest, although if you don't care about jewellery or metalworks or old machinery, you'll probably find that interest significantly clipped. Great area to socialise & probably live.

1  Thank adetheguy2
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Nicola K
29 January 2018|
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Response from Tony P | Reviewed this property |
Bit of a difficult question to answer as it will depend on how long, what design and how heavy you want it to be but with the current price of gold you should be able to get something really nice with your £350. You will... More
13 November 2017|
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Response from GlavumTraveller | Reviewed this property |
Cannot be sure, but there are several sellers of used items and easy to shop around for the best price.
5 November 2017|
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Response from GlavumTraveller | Reviewed this property |
Several, so it is worth strolling around. If you take the alley that goes behind the car park there are some interesting smaller shops. Marlows have a factory shop next door to the main shop so could be worth a look.