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NAJ Award Winners 2017

Retailer of the Year Sponsored by Hockley Mint

WE Clark & Son 

WE Clarke 2This family jewellers is amongst Lewes’ oldest businesses. Its extensive portfolio includes internationally renowned names, own-brand collections, bespoke pieces and a large selection of restored pre-owned jewellery and watches. Jewellery and watch repair/restoration, valuations and engraving are among the services offered. (Major thanks goes to Storecheckers which mystery-shopped this category.)

 

 

 

Runners- up: Anja Potze Jewellery, Wongs Jewellers, Peter Jackson Jeweller, Jody Cory Goldsmith

 


 

Jewellery & Watch Supplier of the Year Sponsored by CARAT+

Hockley Mint 

hockley 2Over 25 years, Hockley Mint has become one of the UK’s leading fine jewellery manufacturers, based on deeply held values of honest British craftsmanship and customer service. It’s passionate about apprenticeships, ethical issues and investing in new technologies.

 

 

 

 

Runners- up: Nova Silver, Unique and Co, London De Limited, Roseberry


 

Sales Person of the Year Sponsored by Wolf

Victoria Louise, Lucy Quartermaine

Victoria 2Since Victoria joined Lucy Quartermaine in 2016, 35 retail partners have been added and she has strengthened existing relationships.

Her passion for the brand instils confidence and trust in retail partners, which in turn increases sales and creates brand enthusiasts and repeat customers.

 

 

 

Runners-up: Hollie Francis, Henryka Ltd, Eleanor Marshall, R J Morris Jewellers, James Beckinsale, 77 Diamonds, Zee Robinson, Claudia Bradby


 

Website of the Year Sponsored by TH March

77 Diamonds

77 Diamonds 2 For over a decade 77 Diamonds has been at the forefront of jewellery e-commerce.

Offering an inspiring, informative, tailor-made customer journey, complete business transparency ensures high quality, affordable diamond jewellery.

 

 

 

 

Runners- up: Winterson, Atelier Technology, Lucy Quartermaine, Repairsbypost


 

Service Provider of the Year Sponsored by Jewellery & Watch

Parify 

parify 2Using light creatively to drive sales, Parify designs and manufacturs innovative, bespoke lighting solutions, using high performing, energy-saving LED systems. The jewellery sector is its largest customer.

 

 

 

 

 

Runners- up: Hockley Mint, The Guild of Valuers & Jewellers, The Jewellers Box Company, John Benjamin Ltd


 

Workshop Employee of the Year sponsored by Presman Mastermelt

Stuart Harkness, Harkness Premier Jewellers

Stuart 2Stuart started his journey in the jewellery trade aged 15 and dedicated a number of years to his apprentice training, always striving to be the best jeweller he could be from a workshop in Glasgow’s Argyle Arcade.

Just over four and a half years ago he decided to go out on his own, setting up a workshop in his mum’s front room. He’s grown a little since then!

Recognising that the trade needs new talent he has trained a number of young jewellers to his exacting standards; training is a passion that he is developing to help bench colleagues to achieve his level of expertise. In the near future Stuart plans to take time to work on developing repair techniques that are unique and innovative for the trade.

Runners- up: Deborah Rootham, PA Jewellery, Andrew Stocks, Baroque Bespoke Jewellery, Paul Strong, WJ Edwards, Ross Bonner, Saunders & Pughe, Sam Devoil, 77 Diamonds, Paul Barker, C W Sellors, Ashbourne


 

Designer of the Year Sponsored by Clogau

Arabel Lebrusan 

Arabel 2Award-winning designer jeweller Arabel Lebrusan, a trained gemmologist, is committed to design, craftsmanship, striving for technical elegance and boundary-pushing designs that are ethically produced using sustainable materials.

 

 

 

 

 

Runners- up: MyriamSOS, Charlotte Lowe, VIXI Jewellery, Rachel Galley

 


 

KickStarter of the Year Sponsored by International Jewellery London

Oddical 

oddical 2

Award-winning Farrah Al-Dujaili’s Oddical is an emerging British jewellery brand celebrating the quirky and individual. The debut collection comprises eye-catching, playfully luxurious statement pieces using 3D printing and gold plating.

 

 

 

 

Runners- up: Alice Barnes, Becky Dockree, Raliegh Goss, Emily Kidson, Lucy Spink Jewellery, Claire Macfarlane, Rhona McCallum, Ana Simoes, Muscari Jewellery, Heather Woof

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