Goldsmiths invests £50K in Jersey store revamp


National jewellery retailer Goldsmiths has already begun making improvements to its stores this year, starting with a £50K investment to refurbish its Jersey showroom.

The showroom inn the heart of the island’s capital, St. Helier, has re-opened with a striking new shop-fit, which includes the addition of a 96 sq ft Omega area.

The Jersey boutique, which has been situated on the corner of Queen Street for almost 20 years, lies within the main shopping area, which is popular with both residents and holidaymakers.

As part of the revamped showroom, customers are able to explore a variety of jewellery brands and collections – from Jenny Packham and Mappin & Webb. Experts will also be on hand to consult shoppers and offer specialist customer service.

Goldsmiths executive director, Craig Bolton, says: “It’s always a pleasure to announce investment across our showrooms and we are delighted to unveil our new look Jersey store to the public in the cultural and charming coastal town of St. Helier.

“As the UK’s number one jeweller, we have a commitment to our customers to provide the finest selection of jewellery and watches. The introduction of new brands, including the sought-after Omega collection, alongside our already established product range will strengthen our offering in the area, which we believe our Jersey customers are really going to love.”

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