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News from April 2012

NEW DATES RELEASED FOR JEWELLERY VALUATION DAYS AT THE BIRMINGHAM ASSAY OFFICE

Here is a RARE opportunity to have your jewellery, watches and silverware valued in the historic surounds of The Birmingham Assay Office. The expert and independent professionals at SafeGuard have been valuing jewellery, watches and silverware forover 20 years. Their experience ranges from rare antiques to the latest contemporary styles. ??? The next Jewellery Watch and Silverwar?e Valuation Event Days taking place at The Birmingham Assay Office, located on Newhall Street, …

By admin | Apr 27th, 2012
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THE LAB HITS THE CATWALK

Laboratory Technician Sukhpreet Sandhu and Sales Administrator Steve Franklin took to the Fashion Accessories catwalk at The Jewellery Show at the NEC in February to add glamour to a seminar delivering important information about legislation for Fashion Jewellery and accessories. Both are experienced models and Steve is the “face” of The Laboratory having been ‘discovered’ during the recent shoot at Harvey Nichols in Birmingham, now featuring in a series of Trade Advertisements for The …

By admin | Apr 27th, 2012
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APPLICATIONS SOUGHT FOR NEW MEMBERS OF BRITISH HALLMARKING COUNCIL

New members being sought for the British Hallmarking Council The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills is seeking to appoint four new members to the British Hallmarking Council to contribute to its important role in regulating the UK jewellery industry. Applications are open to anyone who feels they have the relevant skills and experience to assist the BHC, and they do not have to come from the jewellery industry. The British Hallmarking Council (BHC) was established…

By admin | Apr 25th, 2012
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BRITISH HALLMARKING COUNCIL BANS STAND-ALONE GOLD MARKS ON BONDED GOLD

Ever increasing gold prices are driving significant changes in the UK fine jewellery trade, one such trend being the introduction of ‘bonded gold’ and an increase in gold plated and rolled gold products coming to market. ‘Bonded gold’ items are produced with a thick layer of gold alloy “bonded” on to a base metal or sterling silver core. The resulting article is only about 10% gold alloy by weight on average, but could be easily mistaken as an all-gold i…

By admin | Apr 24th, 2012
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