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News from May 2013

2 DAYS TO GO - THE ASSAY ALLSTARS VISIT THE JEWELLERY QUARTER

The Assay Allstars visited The Birmingham Jewellery Quarter today to ask for donations from local businesses who wished to support the Muscular Dystrophy cause that The Birmingham Assay Office team are running for on 2nd June. The team raised over £300 in an hour from local businesses and shoppers! Thank you from the Assay Allstars and from all at The Birmingham Assay Office -the money really does mean a lot and the kind generosity from the Quarter has truly inspired the team to run t…

By admin | May 31st, 2013
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BIRMINGHAM ASSAY OFFICE CHIEF EXECUTIVE AND ASSAY MASTER MICHAEL ALLCHIN ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT IN SUMMER 2014

It’s the end of an era for the jewellery industry as Chief Executive and Assay Master of The Birmingham Assay Office, Michael Allchin has announced he will be retiring in Summer 2014. Despite The Birmingham Assay Office having been in operation for nearly 240 years, Michael is only its twelfth Assay Master and he has stamped his mark very firmly on the organisation. Michael joined the business in 1998 when it seemed likely that the EU would scrap the UK’s rigorous independent statutory ha…

By admin | May 31st, 2013
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3 DAYS TO GO - SUPPORT THE ASSAY ALLSTARS HELPING THOSE WHO CANT HELP THEMSELVES

Preparations for the Great Midlands Fun Run are fully underway and The Assay Allstars are on the home straight, they met up today for the official unveiling of their running tops! On Sunday 2nd June nine members of staff from The Birmingham Assay Office are taking up the challenge of the Great Midlands Fun Run 2013, which is a testing 8.5 mile course around the Sutton Coldfield area. The Assay Allstars Team is made up of Michael Allchin (CEO), Marie Brennan (Business Relations Manage…

By admin | May 30th, 2013
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BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF JEWELLERY GRAD SHOW

  Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe R…

By admin | May 30th, 2013
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