1. Price of Gold Closed at $1234.20 up $7.30 or 0.59%
  2. Gold Price Closed at $1265.50 up $16.50 or 1.30%
  3. Gold Price Closed at $1238.90 up $10.20 or 0.83%
  4. Gold Price Closed Down $4.20 or -0.34%
  5. Silver price on 29/04/16 £390.31 per KG
  6. Rhodium price on 29/04/16 £16.3 per GM
  7. Gold Price Closed at $1248.20 Up $4.40 or 0.35%
  8. This was the Week that Silver and Gold Prices Proved their Uptrend
  9. Gold Price Lost $5.90 or -0.48% Today
  10. Silver Price Closed up 4.42% at 16.97
  11. Gold and Silver Prices Moving into Position to Rally - Fireworks will Start when Silver Breaches $16, likely tomorrow.
  12. If Gold Price Drives Through that Wall at $1,240, it has a Chance to Push Through $1,308 this Time
  13. Price of Gold Closed at $1253.20 up $0.20 or 0.02%
  14. Gold Price Closed at $1243.80 Down $10 or -0.8%
  15. Gold Price Closed at $1228.40 Up $10.40 or 0.85%
  16. Platinum price on 28/04/16 £22.957 per GM
  17. Silver and Gold Prices Took a Mighty Hit Today
  18. Ruthenium price on 29/04/16 £0.924 per GM
  19. Gold price on 29/04/16 (PM) £28.233 per GM
  20. Gold price on 29/04/16 (AM) £28.093 per GM
  21. Gold Price Lost $8.90 or -0.72%
  22. Palladium price on 28/04/16 £13.62 per GM
  23. Gold Price Closed Down $21.80 or -1.75%
  24. Bad Week for Stocks, Good Week for Gold and Silver Prices, Rotten Week for the US dollar Index
  25. Gold Price Closed up $0.50 or 0.04%
  26. Gold Price Closed at $1249.20 up $7 or 0.56%
  27. Silver Price Rose 59 cents or 3.79% to $16.22
  28. This Week saw [Probably] Saw a Short Term Peak in Silver and Gold Prices
  29. Gold Price Backed Off $12.60 (1%) to $1246.80
  30. Gold Price Closed at $1221.60 and Lost $32.20 or 2.6% This Week
  31. Gold Price has $1,308 in this Move, and Much More
  32. Gold Price Closed at $1220.10 Down $1 or -0.08%
  33. Iridium price on 29/04/16 £11.446 per GM
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The National Association of Jewellers

Earlier this year the British Jewellers’ Association and the National Association of Goldsmiths embarked on a new journey to become the National Association of Jewellers, the largest Jewellery trade association in the UK.The new association will lead, serve and represent the Jewellery industry by promoting, protecting and providing for its members through offices in London and Birmingham, supported by both a strong internet presence and social media. Our new Code of Conduct is designed to set the highest standards of professionalism, honesty and ethical business practices. Our Coat of Arms is a Mark of Quality that our members can proudly display to build an enduring bond of trust with their customers.

To find out more about our membership benefits please take a look at our Benefits and Services leaflet. In order to apply for membership companies must be at least a year old. Designer Membership applications take around two weeks to process, full membership applications are normally processed within one month. The membership team will contact you to let you know how your application is progressing. In the unlikely event of your application being rejected please note that our joining fee is non-refundable.

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Application Notes

Designer/Craft Membership: The NAJ provides a special class of membership for individual designer makers and crafts people working alone, or with one other member of staff. To be eligible for this membership you must provide a skilled service such as modelmaking, setting or finishing and have a turnover of £75,000 or less. If you do not meet this criteria you will need to join the NAJ as a Supplier Member.

Jewellery Industry Associate Membership: This class of membership is applicable to companies that are suppliers of goods and services to the jewellery trade, but are not themselves in the trade.

If you are a wholesaler/importer you will need to complete the Supplier application form. If you only sell to consumer please complete the Retailer application. 

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The requirements of the Code reflect industry best practice and promote fairness, honesty and ethics. All applicants are expected to return a signed copy of the NAJ’s Code of Conduct alongside their application form.

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If you are interested in becoming a member of The National Association of Jewellers, please call Nikita 0121 237 1159. 

If you wish to pay by direct debit your original mandate must be sent by post however scanned versions of the application form and page 20 of the Code of Conduct can be sent by email to




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