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TALKING BUSINESS


PHOTOS BY JANE RUSSELL PHOTOGRAPHY FACTFILE: MICHAEL JONES JEWELLER


BACKGROUND: Michael Jones Jeweller was originally established as a pawnbroker by Michael’s parents, Claude and Laurie, in 1919. Michael joined the family business and when he took it over in the 1960s he set out to turn it into a fine jewellers. Since the 1970s the business has operated as an independent co-operative that strives to offer the very best in quality and service.


COMPANY DESCRIPTION: The firm’s jewellery is sourced from well-known UK brands and from around the globe to offer customers the widest selection of gemstones and jewellery in the Northampton and Banbury areas. It also offers repairs, a bespoke jewellery design service, engraving, refinishing, gift-wrapping and a watch workshop. Today, it has three showrooms across Northampton and Banbury.


JOINING NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CHAMBER: “We are a business that very much relies on the community in which it is located; we want to play an active role in improving the areas in which we serve. Joining the local Chamber of Commerce is a natural progression of these aims. The Chamber can bring about networking opportunities and we know the importance of building relationships with other businesses and how mutually beneficial these can be. It is also a useful resource when looking for advice on how new legislation will affect our business and the changes we will have to make.”


The team from Michael Jones Jeweller


Call: 01604 632548, Visit: www.michaeljonesjeweller.co.uk APRIL/MAY 2019 inbusiness 31


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