Jersey Goldsmiths make their move from the Lion Park

JERSEY Goldsmiths, whose headquarters were at the Lion Park in St Lawrence, have closed their doors after trading for a quarter of a century, but businesses which operated at the same premises will continue to operate elsewhere.

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JERSEY Goldsmiths, whose headquarters were at the Lion Park in St Lawrence, have closed their doors after trading for a quarter of a century, but businesses which operated at the same premises will continue to operate elsewhere.

The Bench is opening a new jewellery studio and workshop at Jersey Pearl at the northern end of the Five Mile Road, Diamondology is moving to new offices above the Benetton shop in Broad Street, and Café Delicia is reopening in two locations – at Catherine Best’s jewellery outlet at the Windmill in St Peter and at the headquarters of the Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society in Trinity.

Meanwhile, on 21 and 28 January, Goldsmiths will stage a final event – a sale of fittings such as counters, display units and lighting.

Comments for: "Jersey Goldsmiths make their move from the Lion Park"

Cynthia Kent

What's happening with the tarantula - is that moving to the zoo or other premises?

Mr optimistic

Why not give it to the treasury Minister as a pressie for doing such a wonderful job in stuffing up the economy!!