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Wanted to get something to commemorate the birth of our son 3 weeks ago, and thought that my wife would appreciate an eternity ring. Does anyone know of a good reputable online dealer - looking to … Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Wanted to get something to commemorate the birth of our son 3 weeks ago, and thought that my wife would appreciate an eternity ring.

Does anyone know of a good reputable online dealer - looking to spend around £300.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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http://www.thejewellerychannel.tv/

TJC cheaper than the highstreet,,,You have to bid live for the best price,,,Which can be annoying,,,
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Earnst Jones
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For something not too run of the mill I love this designer

http://www.sheila-fleet.co.uk/
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Gems TV does some lovely gem stone jewellery. Stones are great, metal is a bit thin, but for £300 you could get something that looks fantastic.

only problem is rings come in one default size, but it is the most common size and fits most hands if you are not too fussy over which finger you use.
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I have a vast range of jewellery if you'd be interested ranging from £20 to over a £1000 and sell at below half price but since I'm a jewellery expert, I'd be more than happy to advise what type of jewellery you should be looking for elsewhere. :thumbsup:
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realfriendlyman
I have a vast range of jewellery if you'd be interested ranging from £20 to over a £1000 and sell at below half price but since I'm a jewellery expert, I'd be more than happy to advise what type of jewellery you should be looking for elsewhere. :thumbsup:


Do you have warranties for them and are they certified with diamonds etc?

If so, give me a PM.

Thanks to everyone for their advice.

EDIT: Tried to PM you but your inbox is full.
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moob
Do you have warranties for them and are they certified with diamonds etc?

If so, give me a PM.

Thanks to everyone for their advice.

EDIT: Tried to PM you but your inbox is full.


Hi Moob, I've just emptied out some of the PM's, so feel free to PM me whenever you want. :)

Most jewellers don't offer certification with their diamonds but I would be more than happy to attend any independant jeweller of your choice to test it's authenticity, as my suppliers are one of the biggest in the diamond industry and I've had dozens of pieces tested out in the past with all items passing with flying colours. :thumbsup:

Like I said, I would be more than happy to give you advice to buy anything elsewhere as well, as I enjoy helping people. :)
#10
PM'd you mate - can you get back to me?
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I guess you don't really have all that jewellery or you'd have answered my 2 pms...:lol:

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