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DOMINO’S exciting new diamond neckwear collection features classic designs through to evening glamour. The range features a variety of semi-set and fully fi nished pieces available in 18 carat white and yellow gold. Domino have also recently launched a diamond ring mounts collection of over 145 stunning ring designs. INFORMATION: 0121 236 4772, or

ETERNITY RANGE is constantly striving to accommodate its growing customer base. So just in case the 90 diff erent styles it already has aren’t enough, the company has decided to introduce a sparkling new collection of elegant styles. The new Evolution Collection has been designed to put an exciting modern twist on the company’s classic eternity rings. All are handmade using the fi nest quality gemstones, G VS Diamonds and the highest quality 18 carat gold and platinum. You can still order classic pieces via the website and you can now pay over the phone using a new card system. Providing pieces on appro with next day delivery, Eternity Range’s friendly team are more than happy to help you with enquiries and provide quotes. INFORMATION: 0207 831 8573 or

GEMA UK proudly present the 7th edition of its new collection of 925 sterling silver rhodium plated jewellery, with inspiration from every corner of the globe, sourcing the latest trends and eye catching designs, featuring the best collection of cubic zirconia and crystal jewellery. The company has enlarged its range to

include more colourful designs such as new earrings, rings, bracelets, pendants, necklaces, sets and many more designs. Not to mention, due to popular demand, its collection now features silver in both black and pink rhodium as well as yellow gold plating. Gema UK prides itself on off ering the highest quality silver jewellery at competitive prices. INFORMATION: 020 7404 2524 or

Based in modern workshops in Hatton Garden, LSJ is a laser jewellery repair and alteration service. The company covers many aspects of the jewellery trade, including CAD/CAM, sizing and setting, laser hand engraving, antique restoration, and watch repair. The company’s laser jewellery repair is carried out by machines that emit minimal heat, so stones needn’t be removed from jewellery, nor glass from watches, before repair. This process also ensures the invisibility of soldering lines. INFORMATION: 0207 405 5208 or

14 | Jewellery Focus

X by Trollbeads is the very latest in personalised jewellery from the original Danish charm bead brand, TROLLBEADS. Launched worldwide in September 2013, it’s a new category of jewellery which has a life of its own alongside Trollbeads. Customers can choose from over 70 themed

links crafted by nine diff erent Trollbeads artistic designers, from a range of high quality silver, bronze, gold and black Rubber X links. The linking mechanism uses an X-shaped bevelled edge connection that allows the links to connect with a ‘simple twist’ to create bespoke pieces of jewellery secured with one of two locks in silver and bronze. It’s a simple chain with a twist. Very powerful

and very diff erent. INFORMATION:

Chartered insurance broker, T. H. MARCH & CO. LIMITED has expanded its fi nancial services off ering by forming a new company, T. H. March Financial Planning Limited, to off er bespoke holistic fi nancial planning services along with investment and wealth management advice. The new venture, which is now part of the T. H. March Group, is headed up by chartered fi nancial planner Steven Clemence who explained: “We identifi ed a need for this service some time ago following approaches from many of our jewellery trade clients looking for fi nancial advice from a company they know they can trust.” INFORMATION: 01822 855 555 or www.thmarchfi | November 2013

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