Vintage Jewellery showcase being staged by Sutton jewellers

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Warrenders Jewellers in Sutton is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a Vintage Jewellery Showcase on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 June. The family-run firm will welcome members of the public to its Cheam Road store, just off Sutton High Street, to discover an incredibly array of vintage jewellery with many pieces only available during the Showcase.
Open from 9.30am-5.30pm, the free entry showcase will provide visitors with the opportunity to browse and buy a wide selection of vintage jewellery spanning a range of eras and styles. The store’s experienced team will also be available to answer questions and talk through the history and points of interest of each piece.
Over the years Warrenders has developed a great affection for all things vintage, and is well known for its expertise in antique jewellery. The store holds a diverse and fascinating collection of vintage jewellery ranging from spectacular art deco cocktail rings and engagement rings to elegant gentlemen’s pocket watches.
Richard Warrender of Warrenders Jewellers comments, “We have always sold vintage and antique jewellery and know how important these pieces are to our customers. There is a timeless appeal and a wonderful sense of unrepeatable quality that goes with every vintage piece. We now buy more vintage jewellery than ever before to make sure our collection of vintage jewellery is as popular as ever. We look forward to this special showcase which will let us show off a wide range of exquisite vintage jewellery for visitors to discover and enjoy in store.”
As part of the event, Warrenders’ window and jewellery displays will have a vintage makeover to complement the captivating jewellery on show.
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