Page 1

The Jewellery Quarter Birmingham's Gem

Jewellery Quarter "ne Essential Guide


'.Vorking urhoods Fund

Sponsored by <'•:•/

Chiltern Railways If you think our way, travel our way

Chiltern Railways network stretches from the historic London Marylebone, through the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, to the world of Shakespeare Country and finally, the heart of the Midlands. With two trains an hour to Birmingham Moor Street, it's even easier to treat yourself to a trip to the Jewellery Quarter. There are some great value for money fares when you travel with friends and family such as the GroupSave deal that allows 3 or A people to travel for the price of 2. Pick up the Jewellery Quarter leaflet from any of our staffed stations for details on how to reach the Jewellery Quarter from Birmingham Moor Street station by rail or foot. Pick up the London Midland train connecting from Birmingham Moor Street and Snow Hill direct to the Jewellery Quarter station.

For further information or for more great ideas for days out visit or call 08456 005 165



By Bus. From Colmore Row in the City Centre take the number 101 into the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. Alternative bus routes include the No. 16 (from Corporation St] No. 7¿ and 79 from Upper Bull Street and the Inner Circle No. 8a and 8c. We recommend that you check bus times before travel. Traveline 0871 200 22 33 By Car. From the M6 at junction 6. taking the A381MI, take the second slip road signed A4540. Follow the brown and white signs for the Jewellery Quarter on the A¿540 ring road and take either Junction 8 [Warstone Lane) or junction 7 [Spring Hill). The Jewellery Quarter is also signed from the City Centre Queensway Junctions at St Chads and Paradise Circus. Car parking. Car parking in the Jewellery Quarter is considerably cheaper than the City Centre and, apart from on street parking (some of it free), there ¡s a newly refurbished Multi-Storey Car Park in Vyse St. By Canal. Due to the number of locks the waterbus roules run by canal companies do not extend into the Quarter, but it is possible to take a walk along the canal towpath from Brindleyplace. At the National Indoor Arena turn right onto Birmingham Fazeley Canal passing 8 locks to the Jewellery Quarter access onto Newhall Street. On Foot. From the City Centre walk from New Street up Bennett's Hill and down Newhall Street [crossing Great Charles Queenswayl and along Graham Street/ Frederick Street. This walk takes no more than 15 minutes. Alternatively walk from St Phillips Churchyard down Church St across the bridge and down into Ludgate Hill/St Paul's area. A pedestrian subway from Snow Hill Station is also in operation exiting into Livery St.

Zbñ n-um ifiQïlfj

i Warm Welcome to the gem that is irmingham's Jewellery Quarte-

> DJ

The Quarter dates back over 250 years & is still home to over 400 jewellery businesses. A designated conservation area with over 200 listed buildings, it has been described by English Heritage as a unique historic environment in England which has few, if any, parallels in Europe. Proposals are underway to secure World Heritage Site Status to reflect that uniqueness.

Special thanks should go to the Design Centre as the Guide's main sponsors and the front cover contributors Emma Larkin and Toby Brown iModels], Alan Sharman [Model Agency), Graham Oakes [Photography), Harris and Gibbs [Hairdressing], Crystalink [Jewellery) Mia Sposa [Wedding Attire].'

The Quarter also contains Birmingham's last remaining Georgian Square in the tranquil surroundings of St. Paul's, with its fine bars and galleries. For visitors, the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, based in an old jewellery factory is worth a visit, as is the Pen Museum (admission free), which reflects the Quarter's reputation in the 19th century as the world centre for pen production. To complete the historic picture, the area's public art and building trails are well worth trying, as are its historic cemeteries with their ghostly catacombs.

Finding Your Way A Warm Welcome History of the Jewellery Quarter Historic Buildings and Places The Dark Trail/Gateways The Jewellery Quarter Today A Place To Do Business Eating Out Museums Things To Do Itineraries - Making a Day of It Auction Advice Walking The Pavement Trails Festivals and Events Conferences, Functions and Events Contemporary Design Guide To Birthstones and Anniversaries Shopping Tips Clocks and Watches Useful Information Your Shopping Guide to Specialist Shops Jewellery Quarter Map

Whilst in the Quarter, shopping is a must - browse through over 100 specialist retailers for classic pieces and beautiful handcrafted jewellery, or why not commission your own design? Jewellery, clocks and watches are competitively priced and with individual designer makers, you are sure to find something special [see Guide to Specialist Shops pg 43).




¥7\ • [43] 51



Mo >.

o Oí

17th Century

18th Century

Precious metals have Development in the been worked in quarter was rapid in the Birmingham since the 18th Century. Substantial Uth Century but the houses were built for the industry really prospered manufacturers and the from 1660. King Charles artisans lived in more II returned from exile in modest terraces. As the France after the Civil War expansion of trade and brought back a taste continued, workshops for fancy butions and sprang up in gardens and shoe buckles. work benches were As this fashion spread, installed in the houses. metalworkers and Different skills and artisans turned out expertise made people in thousands of pieces in the area reliant on one steel and later used another and the silver and burnished Jewellery Quarter was gold, inlaid with coloured established. glass and gem stones. They also made trinket The famous industrialist boxes, called Matthew Boulton 'Brummagen toys' and campaigned jewellery. energetically for the establishment of Birmingham's Assay Office in 1773 and now its Assay mark 'the Anchor' is a world famous authentication of quality on precious metals.

www. jew eller yqu


19th Century Royal fashions continued to affect the fortunes of the Jewellery Quarter during the 19th Century. It also became famous for its pen nibs when Joseph Gillott perfected the technique of machine-manufactured steel nibs. This contributed to the spread of literacy and writing to the working classes.


St Paul's Square. The elegant tree lined area of St Paul's is Birmingham's last remaining Georgian Square, of which the Grade I listed Jewellers' Church' of St. Paul's, built in 1779. is the centrepiece. This beautiful square was even voted as one of the top 20 Urban Picnic Spaces in the UK by the Independent Newspaper. 20th Century In the early 20th Century the jewellery trade employed 30.000 people. Supporting trades occupied as many again. Throughout its history, it was quite a closed community with people living and working there. It wasn't until later in the 20th Century that shops began to open to the general public.

St. Paul's Square was developed in the 1770's and by the 19th Century was one of the most gracious and desirable districts in the Midlands. St. Paul's was the church of the famous industrialist Matthew Boulton (whose pew was number 23] and James Watt, inventor of the steam engine. The main feature of the Church is Francis Egington's painted window showing the Conversion of St. Paul, copied from an original by Benjamin West, a past American President of the Royal Academy. Also a talking point is the Millennium Window, sponsored by the Assay Office designed by Rachaet Thomas, which includes a map of the Jewellery Quarter.

• *.-•


The church is known for fine music and the organist, Paul Carr, at the church is a recitalist with a growing national reputation. Ex Cathedra, a choir with an international reputation, performs at St Paul's at Christmas; whilst there are recitals once a month on the first Thursday at 1.15pm throughout the year. St Paul's also has its own talented choir which sings at the 6.30pm service each week and bell ringers practice their art before each service. The church is normally open from 10am- 4pm (Tuesday - Saturday) and 10am to 6pm (Wednesdays).It also has a small shop selling hand made items although further details of everything that happens at St Paul's can be found at




un OJ U



ro •/>

CT» C T3

A walking tour around the Quarter reveals many outstanding, historically important buildings of which a selection are listed below. The map on pages 51 & 52 can be used as a reference to help orientate you.

i ¡

Ü 75-79 Vyse Street, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter built as a small jewellery factory from 1909. 69-70 Great Hampton Street two houses of 1830, later typically converted to workshops. 80-82 Great Hampton Street a former button works of 1872 - button-making was an important industry in Birmingham.

Plantagenet Buildings, Spencer Street a development of houses and workshops of about 1871. in Italianate style. 94 Vyse Street house and workshop of about 1860. 120 Vyse Street, The Big Peg a flatted factory opened in 1971, originally open plan to allow interaction of jewellers. However, this never proved popular with the trade and a plan to replicate these factories was never followed through.

44-45 Great Hampton Street, Rose Villa Tavern, Pelican Works a former Vyse Street electro-plating factory circa 1868 - note the stone of 1919-20 and the Pelican! adjacent Jewellery Quarter Clock Tower, built Jewellery Business to mark Joseph Centre, Spencer Street Chamberlain's visit to redeveloped former South Africa in 1903. houses and workshops in Aquinas House, 1989 by the Duchy of 63 Warstone Lane Cornwall, including the famous contemporary the former jewellery designed 'Prince of Wales" factory of Mantón & Mole, gates. built 1882.


27-29 Warstone Lane two ornate small factories built between 1860 and 1875.

rear workshops facing Caroline Street - location of one of Birmingham's oldest business clubs.

7 Warstone Lane workshops dating from between 1855 and 1886, where through the window, a jeweller can often still be seen at work.

St Paul's Church built 1776-79, designed by Robert Eykyn.

Reliance Works of Pickering & Mayell jewellery case makers, 42 Caroline Street, built as two houses with workshops in the late 1820s. 14-16 Regent Parade two small houses and a separate warehouse of the late 1830s. 27-32 Mary Street former house and adjoining workshops, 1818-1827. 35 St Paul's Square a former late 18th Century townhouse with workshops added to the rear, previously a rope and twineworks to service jewellery packaging. St Paul's Club originally two townhouses of the late 18th Century with

95 Livery Street,Former Vaughton Gothic Works medal and badge making works of 1902. Designed in free Jacobean style, the factory specialised in mayoral chains and civic jewellery. The FA Cup was also made there. Bismillah Buildings, Constitution Hill a former electro-plating works. 1-7 Constitution Hill a former die-sinking works of 1895-96.

Argent Centre the former Albert Works, a pen and pencil-making factory of 1862-63. built in Lombardic Renaissance style. Gwenda Works, Legge Lane (formerly Union Works) built in 1913 for a silversmith and manufacturer of cutglass. Later used to manufacture enamelled powder compacts and bells forçats" collars! Alabaster & Wilson, Legge Lane a small jewellery factory dating from 1891. 54-61 Albion Street 1840s houses converted to offices and workshops. 25 Frederick Street a former metal warehouse of 1888.

Birmingham Assay Office, Newhall Street Britain's busiest Assay Office.

The School of Jewellery, Vittoria Street

Victoria Works, Graham Street a former pen-nib making factory of 1839.

this includes a modern extension which won an international design award.



The Jewellery Quarter Dark Trail

- I1 ; *

^^HH^H :


> "JA


The Quarter contains two historic cemetenes. Key Hill was opened in 1836 as a general cemetery for bunai to all creeds and denominations. Part of the site was still used for quarry casting sand, mostly for the jewetlery industry up until the 1930s. Containing catacombs, it is a Grade II registered historic ganden and influentialfiguresburied range from the Chamberlain family to Atfred Bird, the inventor of eggless custard! The Cemetery is a green haven containing a wide variety of i and fauna, including nineteen «cíes of bird. For more details on the cemetery visit

Grade II Registered Histonc Garden range from John Baskerville, the printer, through to Major Harry Gem. the founder of Lawn Tennis. TheJewellery Quarter' Information Centre can tell you who was buried and approximately where in both Warstone Lane and Key Hill Cemeteries.However for more detailed information on the actual memorials contact the Friends of Key Hill and Warstone Lane

The final element to the Dark Trail is the Newman Coffin Works in Fleet Street. Currently about tobe refurbished to include a museum, Warstone Lane was opened in1848 production stopped in 1998, but a burial ground for members of Newman's made some of the world's finest coffin furniture, ! AngLican Church. It was including fittings for the coffins of -;gned in Gothic style and its Churchill, Chamberlain and Diana, combs are well presented. Princess of Wales. Famous people buried in this


The Jewellery Quarter Gateways & Public Art These are situated at 'Gateway' entrances into the Quarter and are public art sculptures located on lighting columns. Designed by Birmingham artist Anuradha Patel. these coloured steel structures were made by a local Hockley firm, Form Fabrications (B'ham) Ltd. They are located at: •

Junction of Vyse Street and Great Hampton Street - With Love From" relates to jewellery used as a gift for celebration

Junction of Hall Street and Great Hampton Street


- 'Origins o f relates to the natural materials used for making jewellery •

Junction of Newhall Street and Lionel Street - 'Made In' relates to the skills and tools needed in the making of jewellery.

Other public art in the Quarter includes the Pavement Trails and the Prince of Wales Gates in Spencer Street - these ornamental gates were sculpted by Michael Johnson to represent the contemporary jewellers art.

The Jewellery Quarter today Today's Jewellery Quarter is home to over 1500 businesses of which around a quarter are still involved in the jewellery trade. With over 100 specialist retailers and over 50 contemporary designer maker businesses, it is still a major centre for jewellery, making an estimated 40% of jewellery in the UK. Apart from being unique as the largest working Jewellery Quarter in Europe, the Quarter also includes the world's busiest Assay Office, which has been in existence since 1773. and hallmarks around 5,000,000 items per year. The internationally famous School of Jewellery, which attracts students from all over the world can also be found in the Quarter. Situated on Vittoria Street the School of Jewellery is an award-winning building that underwent complete renovation and refurbishment in 1994. This fascinating area is now attracting an increasing number of creative businesses and people keen to set up home in such an exciting and vibrant location. Facilities such as a supermarket, post office, police station and places of worship make the Quarter a fine example of a creative urban village. Plans for a health centre and new public square are underway and with a wide range of restaurants, bars, galleries and museums, the Quarter is a great place to visit, live or work.



i ;

UrbanWorkSpace O N ( SPACE



Fully serviced unit; including receptioi All inclusive licence fee Units ranging between 300 & 1,000 Sq ft Dedicated car parking Conveniently situated for Tram, Rail and Bus Services For more information contact ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ B , on 0121 554 6404 or 07400 060024 or

he Jewellery Quarter Property Hallmark


llery Quartet three Georg rngham. B3 U

rAcxflujwre J a c R W

Maguire Jackson is one of the second city's leading property agents. With two well located offices dealing with the commercial and residential property sectors in central Birmingham, Maguire Jackson is the name for exclusive city centre properties.




0121 634 1520 â&#x20AC;˘

Working in the Jewellery Quarter Although the Jewellery Quarter is famous for its jewellery trade, with over 400 jewellery businesses in the area, it is becoming increasingly well known as the ¡deal location for other creative businesses, with its range of affordable workspace often fully serviced and usually on highly flexible terms. It is claimed that around half of a l l architects registered in Birmingham are now based in the Quarter. It is certainly a fact that the attractions of the area for creative business are its quirky atmosphere, the prestigious and memorable Jewellery Quarter address, its proximity to the City Centre and excellent transport connections without the hefty premium of City Centre overheads. The ongoing regeneration of the Quarter has also resulted in a number of new commercial developments with Midland Industrial Association's new Albert Wing providing a typical example of weltserviced and spacious units - designed with the sort of panache, which gives substantial kudos to tenants, particularly when hosting visits from their clients. Despite their high quality, they are kept at an affordable level with flexible terms and this is a hallmark of Midland Industrial Association, a not for profit' friendly society, whose portfolio also includes the historically listed Argent Centre. Further workspace provision can be found at Branston Court (Urban Workspace] which have fully serviced units which include a reception and dedicated carpark. Located conveniently near the Tram and Rail is home to many creative businesses. Also conveniently located by the Jewellery Quarter Clock, is the Big Peg ¡sister of the famous Custard Factory in Digbeth). The building has recently undergone a comprehensive internal refurbishment and it w i l l soon benefit from fronting onto a proposed iconic public square. Jewellers are not neglected with a range of low cost units across the Quarter and to encourage new jewellery businesses,the City Council operate an incubation scheme 'Design Space' for young designermakers starting out in business. Additionally Midland Heart have launched a "live work' scheme (the Spectacle Works in Hylton St) aimed specifically at makers.


he Argent Centre •]•.

"he best package for size, rent and location 10 minutes from Birmingham's City Centre


tmi Location


Located in Birmingham's prestigious Jewellery Quarter close to Birmingham City Centre, Trie Argent Centre and the brand new Albert Wing, provide flexible office space to suit your needs.


Midland Industrial Association Ltd A registered Frtendty Society (Reg. No. 2346BH) Tel: 0121 233 2232



Managed by Prnice Warnes Properties Tel: 0121 200 2210

The Argent Centre offers a low risk solution to funding office premises with easy-in, easy-out, monthly license terms which covers not only rental charges but also service costs. Suites available from 328 Sqft (30 sqm) Suitable for three people from only £80 per week.

Space to Grow Midlands Industrial Association are dedicated to providing suitable workspace through the refurbishment of redundant buildings and the reclamation of derelict sites in inner city areas. MIA are on hand to assist with all your office requirements.

I l A R BESTPUBZin hfiyE BIRMINGHAM Featured in G o o d Food Guide & G o o d Beer Guide Finest Urban Art Collection in the Country Banksy, Dface I Specialist cask ale pubs... B3thams bitter, wyevalley, Blue Monkey, Urban ales, many more guest ales Sunday Lunch Service

Fantastic heated beer / smoking gardens.




HOCK l( V • I I »AA

HOCKIEV 1 1 1 l.NC.

34 Great Hampton St Hockley, B18 6AA Telephone: 0121 523 7S15

95 Warstone Lane Hockley,B18 6NG Telephone: 0121 233 9144

Motoivn Mondays BREAKFAST CLUB DAILY 10am - 12noon Pub Quiz every Thursday night DJ every Friday and Saturday night Open Sun-Thurs 10am til 2am Fri, Sat 10am til 4am.

BREAKFAST CLUB DAILY 10am - 12noon Pub Quiz every other Tuesday night DJ every Friday & Saturday night Cow Club every Monday night Function Room for hire Open Sun -Thurs 10am til 1am Fri, Sat 10am til 2am. ""• -i



Open from îoam every day Coffee Lunch



*- I -mil


6-10 Hockley Street, Jewellery Quarter


0121448 4578

y A'i

'Bar menu all afternoon Dinner f Drinks Outside terrace Meeting room vvifi Real ale

A Culinary Gem

m OJ

The Jewellery Quarter is now home to around 30 restaurants and bars and has a superb dining offer which ranges from Italian, Indian, Chinese and specialist Steakhouse to just a pint in a Traditional Pub. In addition there are a large number of sandwich bars and cafes where busy workers can snatch a lunchtime baguette or cup of coffee.

In the centre of the Quarter, try Vertu housed in an historic building which used to be a button factory. It serves both light bites and a wider selection of main meals with a great range of beers and wines...a popular place for locals! Further down the road is the Vaults which is set in an atmospheric surroundings of an old workhouse, with its nooks and crannies,providing an intimate atmosphere whilst serving a wide range of classic cuisine. On the theme of history, the Drop Forge Bar and Restaurant still retains its old drop stamps but it is its mouth watering food that now makes the impression! A The Quarter also has a wide choice of high class Asian restaurants from the long established Rajdoot in George St. to the sumptious

Itihaas in Newhall St. whose accolades include Top UK Indian Restaurant'. Of course, the Quarter is also home to Lasan,recent winner of Gordon Ramsay's much prized 'Best Local Restaurant" award. Lasan is highly regarded for its Indian fusion food served up with a modern twist. Lovers of Chinese food are welt catered for with Henry Wong's, in St Paul's Sguare, one of Birmingham's oldest established Chinese


restaurants. Just up the road, in Fleet St, Wong's also has an enviable reputation, located in unusual surroundings next to the historic Newman Coffin Works. Other restaurants in the beautiful surroundings of St Pauls include the Jam House which has an eclectic menu whilst regularly hosting a variety of live music acts and Anderson's which is a


j j



'rarity' indépendant steakhouse soursing the best British produce and serving up a range of steaks fit for a king. The Square also has a high reputation for Mediterranean food with Pasta Di Piazza and Cucina Rustica offering Italian cooking at its best whilst Locante Piccalilli specialises in Mediterranean grilled food and pasta dishes to be enjoyed in historic surroundings. The Quarter's eating experience really is a culinary trip around the world and if you are a fan of Caribbean food, try Krystal in Frederick St. or slightly further afield, in Great Hampton St, is the Ethiopian restaurant 'Blue Nile". Other

modern bars and restaurants worth a visit include Stirlings in Ludgate Hill, the Ropewalk and Rectory Bars in St Paul's Square and Summerow home to the popular Apres, Mechu and the nearby Bluu Bar. Almost adjacent is University College Birmingham renowned for training the chefs of the future and their restaurant which is very popular yet is a reasonably priced 'haute cuisine' experience. As one would expect from an area with so much history, the presence of the traditional pub is still important and these include the listed Rose Villa Tavern by the Jewellery Quarter Clock, the Jewellers Arms in Spencer St. ,the

Queens Arms in Newhall St., the Red Lion in Warstone Lane and the Lord Clifden. a 'hidden' gem in Great Hampton St. The latter two watering holes are run under the banner of the Urban Art Bar and pride themselves on their range of guest ales which includes their own micro brewery, great bar food, and, of course, some very interesting art on the walls! However if you just need a cappuchino and a muffin, there are a growing number of refreshingly franchise free coffee shops. Try the Urban Coffee Bar, Warstone Lane, Fredericks in Frederick St., Vee's by the Museum in Vyse St or alternatively Saints in St Paul's Square.

o n oo

vertu BAR

Frederick Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. Telephone: 0121 236 46L>o Vertu Bar ¡s situated m the heart of the Jewellery Quarter just a very short walk from the famous clock. This unique bar offers a wide menu that suits all tastes. With beautiful interior decor that has been cleverly designed in keeping with the Jewellery Quarter ilself. It's the perfec place for lunch, dinner or just that after work drink with friends. Choose (ram Vertu's varied menu which includes: • a wide selection of sandwiches and paninis • lite bites, starters, many seasonal dishes and specials ^k M L J J M ^ m m WkmT- m

Vertu bar is a place not to be walked past, with its fantastic atmosphere, customised music, including live music events and function hire. Professional and welcoming staff and ot course great food and drink.

ßlitai" •

^ W



"""»nnfum <£"*U*




DcMd Bowo Modctn Sens Fne Art Prrif. 195 Cooiw Worts WWe. 9gned cv David Bowls & Cela Pmo

The World's largest collection of signed a l b u m cover art Voted No 1 Gallery In The Times K n o w l e d g e . 2 0 0 7

Music To Your Eyes St. Pauls Gallery

Family business with a passion for creating quality handmade clocks See our unique workshop

9 d - 1 0 8 Norttiwood Street Birmingham B3 1TH 0 1 2 1 2 3 6 5800 www.stpaulsgallery.conn

41 Northampton Street, Jewellery Quarter. Bl 8 6DU Tel: 0121 212 9804

Visit the RBSA Gallery - admission is free! Who are we?


The Royal Brmmghain Society o/ Artists is an artist-led chanty that supports arttsts and promotes engagement with the visual arts. Visit the RBSA Gallery and enjoy exhibitions of contemporary art and our varied programma ol art activities.

Explore three floors ol gakery space. View and buy orignal artworks worn pointings, prints and sculptures to designer-maker jewellery, studio ceramics and more.

Gallery open Monday • Friday 10.30am. 5 30pm Saturday lO.WarrvSJDQpm Suxtay 1 00pm-5.00pm Clcwd Bar* Hoiitoy» Adnv" '-'



Discover our Family Friendly art programme. each session ted by a professional artist. School visits are abo welcome.

Meet rxactrsi ng artists at our open events, such as free demonstrations, or Join a workshop to develop your own skills. Vou can even enter your work to selected exhortions

r* I Royal Brrrungham Society oí Artists. RBSA Gaflc-ry. 4 Brook Street, St Paul's, B.rrtwiQham, S3 I S A T 0121236 4353 E it»aQafteryQrh&a org u* W www


Regislut«! t J M | "O S28ffif4 flujIUMPi COTXWfTV TW IZÍÍtüí-


The Quarter is home to a variety of heritage attractions including the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, the Pen Museum, Acme Whistles and the JW Evans Silver Factory. Add to this, the tours that can be arranged with the Assay Office and the proposed Newman Coffin Works Heritage project and it is perhaps not surprising that the Quarter is being put forward as a candidate for the World Heritage Site shortlist. Acme Whistles Tel: 0121 554 2124 (contact Oebbie) ACME Whistles are makers of the famous ACME Thunderer referee's whistle, the Metropolitan police whistles and the whistles for the Titanic. On the edge of the Quarter, this famous company has a fascinating private museum. Location; 244 Barr St. Hocktey, B19. 3AH. Opening Times; Prebooked groups only lup to 20). Admission; Rates negotiable. Assay Office Tel; 0871 877 620 quoting 'Silver Visits' Birmingham's Assay Office is reckoned to be the busiest in the World, with its famous anchor mark which authenticates the quatity of precious metals. Additionally the building houses an historic silver collection dating back to the time of Matthew Boulton. Location/Contact; Newhall St. Opening Times; Prebooked Tours can be arranged for large or small groups on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Allow at least two hours Admission; ÂŁ10 a head JW Evans Silver Factory Tel: 0870 331 1181 JW Evans is one of the most complete surviving historic factories in the Jewellery Quarter. The workshops retain their original drop stamps and presses and are packed with thousands of dies, stock and unique records of this family business established in 1881. Acquired by English Heritage, the building has been extensively renovated whilst preserving its historic fabric and contents. Location; 54-57 Albion St, Birmingham B1 3EA. 150 metres down Frederick St from the JO Clockl Opening Times; Prebooked Tours only for both Individuals and Groups Admission; Small charge will apply. Museum of the Jewellery Quarter Tel: 0121 -554-3598 Enjoy a guided tour around a real jewellery factory little changed since the early part of the last century, including an insight into jewellery making techniques at a jeweller's bench. Other attractions include an interactive gallery exploring the history of the Jewellery Quarter and the Earth's Riches gallery showing jewellery made from natural materials from whalestooth to coral. Winners of the 'Enjoy England' Small Visitor Attraction IGold Award], the Museum also has a shop selling souvenirs and locally made jewellery with a tearoom and courtyard to enjoy a break. Location; 75-80 Vyse St, Hockley B18 6HA. [just 75 metres from the JQ Clock) Opening Times; Tuesday to Saturday Iptus Bank Holiday Mondays) 10.30am to 4.00pm. Groups should be booked in advance and allow one hour for the guided tour. Admission; ÂŁ3.50p Newman Coffin Furniture Works Refurbishment is still ongoing at the premises in Fleet St and no opening date has therefore been fixed. The Pen Tel: 0121-236-9834 Owned by a charitable trust, this Museum celebrates Birmingham'sland more particularly the Quarter's) pre-eminent position as the centre of the world's pentrade for over a century. Visitors can just browse around the eyecatching displays or take advantage of classes in calligraphy run by the Birmingham Pen Trade Heritage Association. Described by Lord Hattersley as "Wonderful!!"...definitely something to write home about! Location; Unit 3, The Argent Centre, 60 Frederick St, Hockley, Bham B1, 3HS. Opening Times; Monday to Saturday 11.00am to 4.00pm. Sunday 1.00pm to 4.00pm. Admission; Free

Things to Do With a rich heritage and a wealth of attractions.the Jewellery Quarter is a place where there's always something new to discover. Whilst a visit to the Museums is a'must', Birmingham's last remaining Georgian Square of St Paul's.with its 'Jewellers' Church, is also well worth a visit - a tranquil oasis amongst teeming City life. For those interested in the darker side, the historic Cemeteries are worth exploring whilst a walk

around the area's Pavement and Historic Buildings Trails will help unlock some of the secrets of this unique area.

are proposing to open a Factory Shop and offer visitors tours of their fascinating business.

Shopping in the Quarter is a For those who enjoy their pre requisite of any visit with art, the Royal Birmingham over one hundred specialist Society of Artists (the retailers (see the special second oldest gallery with Shopping Supplement, Royal status outside pages 44 to 50|. Why not London) is well worth a visit. commission a design as a Just around the corner in treat for yourself or as a gift Northwood St., St Paul's for a friend? Incidentally Gallery has the world's Toye, Kenning and largest collection of signed Spencer.who are the oldest rock album prints! Both are manufacturer in the Quarter free admission.




J W Evans Silver Factory i }ra

Following two years of intensive building works the JYV Evans site will be open to the public fur the first lime from June through a programme of guided tours. Tu preserve the extraordinary atmosphere of J W Evans, the contents have been retained untouched in situ during the repair works, including ihc complete re-rooting of all four grade II* buildings. JW Evans is one of the most complete surviving historic factories in the Jewellery Quarter. Behind the terraced house frontage, the workshops retain their original drop stamps and fly presses, and arc packed with thousands of dies for the manufacture of silverware as well as lile whole of the working equipment, stock and records of the business. Established in 1881 byjenkin Evans, ihe JW Evans business was based initially in No 54 as a die-sinker, designing and cutting patterns from steel blocks for the manufacture ofjewellery and silverware. A talented artisl. Jrnkin aLso proved to be a highly successful businessman, laier buying oui his original partners and purchasing the whole of Nos. 54-57. The business passed through three generations, with the grandson, Tony Evans starting work at the family firm in 1955 and retiring in 2008. In its heyday, the linn employed up to 60 people, but the market for silverware declined in the late 20th century, and in 2008 English Heritage acquired ihe property and contenu lo prevent dispersal of this incredibly important site. O p e n i n g tit For further details visit ihc English Heritage website at or p h o n e 0 8 7 0 331 1181.

Making a Day of It


With so much to see and do.

allow about ten minutes to


planning your visit in advance

walk between actual venues. A

ro Q ro Ol

c j¿ ro CD Q)


ro i_ <D

Holidays excepted). To help you plan, set out below is a list of attractions with a suggested will help you get the most out dwell' time. Those marked of the area. Generally it is preferable to visit the Quarter with 'PB' have to be prebooked and are normally only suitable between Tuesday and for groups. Those marked with Saturday inclusive - the "F are more suitable for the Museum of the Jewellery family and those marked with Quarter, the Jewellery Quarter S' can be enjoyed on Sundays Information Centre and many but you should check the of the shops are closed on opening times. Sundays, with the Museum and the Information Centre also closed on Mondays IBank

Apart from Acme Whistles which is a bit further away,

Limited Stay Coach Bay is available by the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter in Branston St. or for a longer stay there is a Coach park in Brewery St. just outside the Quarter. For parking and public transport. see page 2 'Getting There". For the services of a Blue badge Guide contact 0121 427 2555 or 02476 691212.

F Suitable for families PB Must be pre booked S Open on Sunday Acme Whistles PB.F

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter F

contact Debbie on 0121-554-2124 Map Grid Ref M lallow one hour for visit}.

contact 0121-554-3598 Map Grid Ref F2 lallow one hour, booking in advance is advised to prevent a waiting time).

Assay Office Silver Tour PB

Pen Museum F.S

contact 0371-577420 quoting 'Silver Visits' Map Grid Ref N4 lallow two hours for visitl.

contact 0121-236-9334 Map Ref K6 lallow one hour).

Historic Cemeteries F.S

Royal Bham Society of Artists F. S

contact br lan.ssuthwellfiä Map Ref E4.H5 lallow one and a half hours for both Cemeteriesl. Guided Tot^s on 2rd Sunday of each month Ismail charge! NB A special Children's Colouring Book is available Irom the Pen Museum.

contact 0121-234-9834 Map Ref K4 (allow one hour].

contact 0121-236-7858 Map Ref M3 lallow 30 minutes.unless attending a service or a concert I.

see pages 6,7,22.23 and 24 of this Guide lallow two hours).

St Paul's Gallery

Jewellery Making Courses PB these span from one day to a lew days; for more details contact 0121-243-4584 Map Ref J5

contact 0370-331-1181 Map Grid Ref J6 lallow one and a half hours).

lallow at least two hoursl.

St Paul's Square and Church s

Historic Buildings and Pavement Trails F.S

JW Evans Silver Factory PB

Shopping F

contact 0121-236-5800 Map Ref L4 lallow 30 minutes for a visitl. Toye, Kenning and Spencer PB ror tours contact Christine Cushing on 0121 262 2950 Map Ref H4 H6 Showroom and factory lours can be arranged for groups through advanced booking.


Auction Advice For Beginners (Advice provided by Fellows, one of the UK's leading auction houses] To bid in the auction room, you must bring in a form of photo ID and you will then be given a paddle number. Once the auction has started, the auctioneer will announce bids. If you wish to bid on an item, raise your paddle clearly so that your bid is not missed. Don't worry about scratching your nose or touching your face as it will not mean that you have just bid! It is, however, useful to hold eye contact with the auctioneer if you are bidding for an item. If there is no one else bidding against you,the auctioneer will then bring down the gavel. You will then need to raise your paddle to show the auctioneer your paddle number. You can also bid by telephone.You will normally be contacted approximately ten lots before the lot you will be bidding on. The operator will relay the auctioneer's bids in the room and when no-one else is bidding in the room, the operator will ask if you wish to bid and will keep you informed if the bid is with or against you. To do this you will need to call the auction house the day before the auction. You can also bid from the comfort of your own home. For example, Fellows offer a live audio and video feed which allows you to be part of the action without being there. If you would like to bid live, you will need to register on

Fellows Established 1876



Auctioneers & Valuers 44 Specialist Sales Each Year of: • Antique & Modern Jewellery • Costume & Silver Jewellery & Novelties • Wrist & Pocket Watches • Silver. Plated Ware, Coins & Medals • Antique & Later Furniture • Toys. Dolls & Collectables

Fellows Offer Free Valuations for Auction Our Other Services Include: • Insurance Valuations • Probate Valuations • Charity Auctions Augusta House | 19 Augusta Street | Birmingham Bl 8 6JA | Tel 0121 2122131

Many of the secrets of the Quarter can be unlocked by walking the areas famous pavement trails in Newhall Hill and Frederick Street (The Charm Bracelet Trail] and Newhall Street and Graham Street (the Findings Trail). The Charm Bracelet Trail is the work of well known award winning public artists Mick Thacker and Mark Renn whose artwork can also be seen at Warwickshire County Cricket Ground, Centro Information Points and many other sites. At the start of the trail, there is a padlock which, of course, forms an integral part of any charm bracelet. 1 THE KEY The start of the trail. 2 SILENT BOOTS In the 1890s plain clothes officers in the Jewellery Quarter were issued with "silent boots'' to apprehend thieves. 3 RIP VAN WINKLE Washington Irving's classic tale was written during his stay in the

Jewellery Quarter, on the corner of Legge Lane and Frederick Street, in 1818. U 1832:200,000 CHARTISTS met here - one of the largest public gatherings in 1832 to campaign for parliamentary reform. 5 THE FA CUP Designed and made in the Jewellery Quarter.


Dm *0fยฃs$?

6 WHISTLES FOR THE TITANIC Made by a Jewellery Quarter firm J Hudson Limited (Acme Whistlesl. They still manufacture these whistles on the original equipment today along with football's famous Acme Thunderer. 7 MATTHEW BOULTON Commemorates Birmingham's famous industrialist.

8 TURKISH BATHS ide the Argent Centre ce (he home of pen manufacturer W E Wiley who ed recycled steam to peratc- a health club and Turkish baths. 9 ANCHOR Commemorates Birmingham's famous Assay Office established since 1773 with their famous anchor symbol.

culinary landmark in the Jewellery Quarter for many years. The inaugural menu included 'small chickens properly cut and mounted and small new peas like emeralds!'

The Jewellery Quarter's famous landmark clock erected in 1903 to commemorate Joseph Chamberlain's services abroad.

U SCHOOL OF JEWELLERY Commemorates Birmingham's internationally famous School of Jewellery opened in 1890.


SLIPPERY ROAD SIGN Once a site of a roller coaster called the "Russian Mountains".


EMPTY PAINT TUBES Turn right at Brook Street to visit the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists IRBSA) Gallery formed in 1812.

The Findings Trail was designed by Laura Potter

11 THE HOCKLEY FLYER The Quarter's famous trade magazine still distributed by the magazine's editor and local historian Marie Haddleton.

13 BITS FOR SPITFIRES Spitfire machine parts as well as commemorativemedals for the war effort were made in the Jewellery Quarter.

CHURCH SYMBOL Turn right into Birmingham's only remaining Georgian square and the famous jeweller's church of St Paul's.


10 HIS NIBS Ad|acent to the pen factory which went on to produce 75% of the world's steel pen nibs.

12 SHRAPNEL One of the Jewellery Quarter's most famous badge making firms which was targeted by the Germans in World War II.


w h o graduated f r o m the School of Jewellery.

HEART The start which leads you to the heart of the Quarter. A



15 PEAS LIKE EMERALDS Frederick Street was once the location for the Vittoria Restaurant which was a


TUNNEL Newhall Street is the centre of Birmingham's telecommunications network with five or six miles of secret tunnels underneath. PRECIOUS METAL SYMBOLS Used in hallmarking. BEER BOTTLE TOPS The legend that the anchor symbol used by Birmingham's Assay Office was chosen in a pub called the Crown and Anchor. On the toss of a coin Sheffield chose the Crown and Birmingham the Anchor.


G RUBBER TEATS Down Brook Street to St Paul's Square once a popular promenading spot for Victorian nannies nicknamed "Tittie Bottle Park". h

INKWELL Outside Baker and Finnemore who were one of the firms in the Quarter famous for pen nib making.


BORAX Vital to a jeweller, solid cones of borax are ground down to produce a flux base for soldering.


CASTING TREE Used by the jewellery trade for the production of a multiple object.


BUILDING BRICKS On the corner of Vittoria Street in which is located Birmingham's School of Jewetlery over a hundred years old.




FLAG Part of Victoria Works, locally known as Flag House which was also once a famous pen nib making factory. SIGNATURES The owner of Victoria Works Joseph Gillott who perfected the technique of mass production of steel pen nibs. Visitors to the factory included General Ulysses Grant CROSS The meeting with the other pavement trail. HEART Start the trail back to the heart of the city.




FARTHINGS Commemorates Ihe historic Mint in the Quarter.

Q WMT BUSES Once the headquarters for Birmingham's famous cream and navy blue buses the area was once home for wealthy manufacturers looking out to open country.


Chain making was one of the many skills in the Quarter.


STEEL BANGLE Near to the Sikh Gurdwara Temple, the steel bangle is a religious sign.


Birmingham is famous for its "solid gold" Cadbury's Chocolate and also its solid gold metal.

PLATED SAMPLE Near the old Elkington building where electroplating was invented

W FILM PROJECTOR Another invention by the Elkington factory Celluloid - Hollywood owes it to Birmingham. X

HEART WITH CANAL Birmingham's famous canals were always important to the Jewellery Quarter in the past to transport fuel and metals into the area.


"STAMP" LETTER Newhall Street has always been the centre for Birmingham's communications.


TELEPHONE RECEIVER In the shadow of Birmingham's famous telephone tower


RUNNING MAN A frequent sight in the jewellery trade was couriers running from place to place.

A building with a spiritual history previously occupied by the


Congregationalists. the Methodists New Connection and the Elim Tabernacle.

Near to Severn Trent's Jewellery Quarter office.

U BENCH PEG Another tool of the trade which jewellers use to make their jewellery.


The end of the trail

kWThe Quarter is always a picture during the In Bloom summer season and at Xmas with its unique lights. However at different times of the year there are always events being held at venues across the Quarter. Locations to look for...


Artsfest whilst mainly City centre based,a number of JQ venues usually celebrate this September event. Blue Orange Theatre A brand new indépendant theatre in Great Hampton St. bridging the gap between the amateur and professional theatre and showcasing quality theatre productions. Brilliantly Birmingham a festival that celebrates contemporary jewellery and is normally held in the lead up to Xmas. English Heritage Open Weekend Normally held in September giving access to historic buildings Jazz Festival Venues in the Quarter. Additionally live music in the Quarter is a regular event at venues like the Jam House in St Paul's Square.


w* w-

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter A programme of exhibitions.workshops and events particularly during school holidays. Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Regular programme of exhibitions.workshops etc. St Paul's Church Monthly Thursday lunchtime concerts and Ex Cathedra programme during December


St Paul's Gallery Special exhibitions throughout the year highlighting artists and bands. Stans Cafe Internationally famous theatre and arts group who hold events in an old industrial building in the Quarter


&&m0$ *pfiL£>

Venue Finder The Quarter is a great place to hold an event whether its a wedding reception, social event, business meeting or seminar.


For example.the Jewellery Quarter Conference Centre at 10 Vyse St can offer a complete package with rooms of various sizes.visual equipment provided free of charge and catering provision if required. Similarly the School of Jewellery has a lecture theatre seating 90 people as well as seminar/break out rooms. Galleries such as the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and St Paul's Gallery offer a venue with a difference as does St Paul's Church who often host musical events. Many of the bars and restaurants have function rooms, which are completely self contained, for talks and functions. These are also included in a list of suggested venue locations below.

Drop Forge Jewellers Arms Jewellery Quarter Conference Centre Locante Picalliti LordClifden Rajdoot Rectory Red Lion Ropewatk Rose Villa Tavern Royal Birmingham Society of Artists St Paul's Church St Paul's Gallery School of Jewellery Stirlings Vaults

www. je we 11 eryq ua rte r. n et

ÂŽep#$PĂ m


0121 448 4578 0121236 4402 0121 236 2657 01212367227 0121523 7515 0121236 1116 01216051001 0121233 9144 0121233 2129 0121 236 7910 0121 236 4353 0121 236 7858 0121 236 5800 01213315940 0121236 7562 0121212 9837

Jewellery Quarter Conference Centre @ Federation House


25% off for BJGF Members Room Hire from £50 per day


AV Equipment provided free of charge


Rooms available to seat 2 to 80 people


Catering to suit all budgets and dietary requirements



booking when quoting JQMI on booking form



2657 10 Vyse Street, Hockley, Birmingham. B18 6LT


With E u r o p e ' s largest School of Jewellery, it is no surprise that Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter is home to a n increasingly vibrant community of contemporary designer m a k e r s . Many of t h e m set u p in s m a l l workshops in the Quarter o r s t a r t out in b u s i n e s s w i t h t h e s u p p o r t of the City Council's h i g h l y s u c c e s s f u l incubation s c h e m e ' D e s i g n S p a c e ' .


a ro

a. a»



Most designers are inspired by natural forms, gem stones or other natural materials and buying contemporary jewellery provides something both distinctive and a real talking point for the wearer. Artfull Expression in Warstone Lane, the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists in St. Paul's Square and the Museum in the Jewellery Quarter are all places which showcase the

inspirational work of local designer makers. Many of the Quarter's designer makers are members of 'Centrepiece' which is a cooperative dedicated to showcasing top quality contemporary jewellery. Catch their shows at Symphony Hall (ICC) leading up to Christmas or alternatively look out for Brilliantly Birmingham, a

Festival which celebrates contemporary jewellery with events which feature some of the City's up and coming designer makers. It is also worth remembering that if you feel inspired and want to commission something absolutely unique then local designer makers are always very willing to discuss how to make your dream a reality.

ARTFULL EXPRESSION 23-24 Warstone Lane, Hockley, Birmingham, B18 6JQ.

Unique Jewellery and Gifts Made By Leading Contemporary Designers

ART at ARTFULL gallery spacájj

Ç *mr JlA%

ffi^ Opening hrs Mon-Fri 10am-4,45pm. Sat 10am-4.30pm

Mostly local artists Mixed media Free admission 'Meet the Artist' preview evening at the beginning of each new exhibition

o 0



January, Garnet Legendary Powers: Promotes creativity Meaning: Faith, eternity, truth





February. Amethyst Legendary Powers: Promotes intuition and intelligence Meaning: Luck, wit and health







March, Aquamarine Legendary Powers: Reawakens faded love Meaning: Happiness, understanding





April. Diamond Legendary Powers: Increases spiritual awareness Meaning: Eternity, courage, health





















August. Peridot Legendary Powers: Protects from evil Meaning: Success, peace, tuck


Coloured Gem



September, Sapphire Legendary Powers: Calms and balances the mind Meaning: Serenity, truth







October. Opal Legendary Powers: Promotes innocence Meaning: Purity, hope, health





November, Topaz Legendary Powers: Dispels bad dreams Meaning: Wisdom, courage, sincerity





December. Turquoise Legendary Powers: Brings good luck Meaning: Love, happiness, luck





May. Emerald Legendary Powers: Brings visions of future events Meaning: Fidelity, goodness, love June. Pearl Legendary Powers: Preserves virtue Meaning: Peace, nobility, beauty July, Ruby Legendary Powers: Brings peace and well-being Meaning: Love, enthusiasm, strength



/xtts IL^iUsùées


* j *


BùsâûKty PíaMtuurO/ Dia/ti(Hu( 0f-s&m¿ £0



For this iind other Diamonds of Distinction visit us at one of our stores for 3 generations of experience and tradition. ' ^

Est 1979


11 Warstone Mem, Waierseonc Lane. Hockley. Birmingham B18 6JI1 Tel: 01212120370 Mon - Sat ¡Out» • 5pm Sua 10.30am -2.30pm

2.5 Augusta Sircct. Hotklcy. Birmingham BIS 6JA Tel: 0121 2331327 M M • Sat Warn • 5pm Sun 10.30am- 230pm


3-t Warslone Lane. HcuUey. Birmingham B18 f.JQ ï'cl: 0121 2330i8t. Mou - Sat Warna • 5pm Sun 1030am • 2.30l>m

pearl gallery *





exotic Tahitian Cultured Pearls On 18ct Gold with Diamonds

Our fantastic new showroom now open at: The Pearl Centre, 50 Vyse Street Hockley, Birmingham, B18 6HR

Tel. 0121 554 3211 Email,

a. QO


a. a. o LO

Purchasing Jewellery during your visit All gold and silver items should be hallmarked by law (the only exception being very light products such as earrings). The Birmingham Assay mark is the anchor. If the jewellery is gold, ask the quality of carat (18 carat gold has more gold content than 9 carat for example). If the item is a gem, ask for a description on the receipt stating the size, colour and approximate shape of the gem. For unusual or one-off pieces, many jewellers will make to order. If you are looking for something special, take a drawing or photograph to the jeweller. Many other services are available in the Quarter, such as resizing, repairs and restoration of jewellery.

Diamonds When making a purchase be aware of cut, colour, clarity and carat weight.

Cut - a well cut diamond is most important to get the maximum brilliance, a round diamond that is well cut should carry between 57-58 facets and w i l l reflect the light from every angle. Colour - the colour is graded from D (the highest which is colourless white) to Z being the lowest (tinted yellow coloured). Diamonds with a strong pure colour such as blue, pink, yellow, green and orange are


extremely rare and are called fancies. C l a r i t y - a diamond is virtually free of faults if it is the highest quality it has nothing to interfere with the passage of light through the diamond but most have their own characteristics called inclusions. Carat W e i g h t - 1 Carat is divided into 100 points, a diamond of 75 points weighs 0.75 carats and if you are quoted the weight of a diamond, have it written on your receipt.



From initial design to final collection, watch your jewellery being beautifully hand crafted in our gallery workshop

element Bespoke Jewellery Ltd Tel: 0121 236 1119 3 Warstone Lane . The Jewellery Quarter Birmingham . B18 6JE

o j=




• In its raw state gold is 24 • Platinum is usually 90% pure and does not fade or carat and too soft to work tarnish keeping its pure with. Therefore jewellery white colour for a manufacturers add other lifetime. metals such as silver, copper and palladium to • It is 30 times rarer than it. The usual grades are gold and there area 9.14.18 and 22 carat variety of finishes which have 37.5%, 58.5%, typically, polished, matt 75% and 91.6% of gold and satin. content respectively. • It is hypoallergenic and is • Usually 22 carat or 18 therefore ideal for carat gold is used for sensitive skin. wedding rings. • White gold and rose gold have become more popular

Palladium • Palladium is strong and durable with half the density of platinum and weighing less than gold. • Its colour is very bright (almost blue] and it does not need to be rhodium plated.

Sterling silver is a tradition in beautiful gifts. Celebrate a new marriage or baby with a timeless treasure. Silver gifts can often be personalised with engraving. Silver jewellery will please the most discriminating tastes. It is beautifully polished and lustrous, and over time rewards the owner with a rich patina.



Titanium, discovered in 1795 is a naturally occurring element found in the earth's crust. It has a high tensile strength to weight ratio and is often alloyed with materials such as Vanadium in the manufacturing of rings.

Hallmarking dates back over 700 years and all precious metals should be hallmarked which illustrates the article has been independently tested and guarantees it conforms to the legal purity standard.

Titanium has a very high • It cannot at present be corrosion resistance and is hallmarked although this consequently often the is likely to change in the preferred choice of deep sea future. divers and surfers because of its corrosion resistance to salt water



Birmingham's Assay Mark is an Anchor and usually the hallmark on your jewellery would have 3 symbols - the sponsor's mark, unique to the trader responsible for the article, the finder's mark e.g. 9 carat would be 375 and the Assay Office mark.

CjQ-C Moore & Son

19 Vyse St

Hockley Birmingham B186LE

Tel 0121 523 6488 Fax 0121 554 9488 Email: v/

GH Moors & Son is a family owned and run retail ond manulocluring jewellers established in 1965. We offer an extensive selection ol diamond jewellery and wedding bands in all precious metals and titanium. We also hove an extensive range of handmade chains, bracelets (gem set and plain), earrings and pendants.

Diamond Rings

We offer o first class repair ond bespoke service, with all work done on the premises.

Certified Diamonds We have a range of certified and un-certified diamonds, both mounted and un-mounted, and believe we are one of the most competitive diamond ring suppliers.

* I

*w ^

Wedding Bands • Titanium Rings • Hondmode Chain • Gem Set Pendants & Earrings

'%£?""**" All made on the premises

Choose your diamond a n d have it set in a m o u n t of your choice Same day service often available


Repairs and valuations Same day service usually available

Valuing Your Jewellery, Silverware Or Watches (Advice Supplied By Birmingham Assay Office) For those precious items which you want to keep or value for insurance purposes, you are recommended to have an insurance replacement valuation, particularly in view of the rising cost of all precious metals and diamonds. Many shops will give you a free valuation but the Assay Office provide an independent valuation service.'Safeguard'...visit or phone 0871-8716020 for more details. However, if you wish to sell your jewellery, many companies in the Jewellery Quarter will buy your scrap gold and it is worth shopping around either physically or by phone or on line to get the best deal.The price will vary daily depending on the London Gold 'fix'. This can be checked in the newspaper business pages or online at Gold jewellery is made from gold alloyed with less expensive metals such as copper or zinc. The companies buying 'scrap' gold are only interested in the GOLD content of your jewellery. If your jewellery was bought in the UK it should have a hallmark unless it is very lightweightlunder 1 gram). The hallmark guarentees the precious metal content of the item which is likely to be either 37.5% gold (9ct) or 75%gold [18ctl. So to be sure of getting a fair price make sure that you know the approximate weight of your jewellery - and check the hallmark, so you know what you're selling. If you have an antique piece it may be worth having it valued for sale by an auctioneer as its second hand value could be higher than its scrap value.


SAMSON GOLD Jewellery made to your own design Expert advisory service Certified diamonds Wedding rings in platinum and gold



Exquisite Bespoke Jewellery at Affordable Prices. ViewJeW誰. . : On Premises. 89 Vyse 3r 3t. Hockley; Birmingham Bl8 6J2

Tel: 0121 523 7389




Certified Diamond specialists Talk to our specialists and find that special piece of jewellery that reflects your personality Classic timeless jewellery at affordable prices Your Personal .Jeweller

112 Vyse Street, Hockley, Birmingham, B18 6LP


ell established jewellers in the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter

Friendly Service. Knowledgeable adv 113 Vyse Stre Birmingham, BI8 6LP Telephone: 0121 236 7806


The Jewellery Quarter


rpK /

Y Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10:00am -4:30pm Saturday 09:30am - 4:30pm Sund3y 11:00am - 2:00pm (Oct lo Dec only) The Jewellery Quarter, 114 Vyse Street, Hockley. Birmingham. B18 6LP Tel: 0121 236 4451 Join us on facebook

We are proud sponsors of Ihe Jewellery Quarter Essential Guide. The Jewellery Quarter is recognised for the choice and value that it provides. As one of the leading retailers in the Jewellery Quarter, Design Cenlre not only provides excellent choice and value, but has always provided the highest quality and service. This has resulted in us celebrating 33 years in establishment, in October 2010. To mark this achievement, and to continue with the ethos of providing excellent value, we will continue to offer an incredible 30% discount, on all jewellery Items'. We are also proud to have sole agencies within the Jewellery Quarter, for the most popular and prestigious of watch and jewellery brands. making a visit to Design Centre, a must. We are exclusive walch agents for Gucci, DKNY, Rado, Versace, Emporio Armani,Citizen Burberry and Raymond Weil. We are also exclusive agents for MontBlanc,Osare DKNY, Emporio Armani, Fossil, Armani Exchange Elite collection. Christopher Wharton amongst many others.

ERICS Jewellers 118 VYSE STREET. B I R M I N G H A M

Cool Contemporary Jewellery lething for e v e r y o ne

TEL: 0121 236 6680


Located in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. Visit our Showroom for a large choice of: 9ct GOLD Chains. Earings, Pendants, Bangles, Lockets & Rings


Stone Jewellers Ltd 12 Warstone Mews, Jewellery Quarter Birmingham. B18 0121 236 2040 Stockists of Workshop on I I i_ _i

the premises

troll beads::

SILVER Large range of fashionable up to date lines available DIAMONDS Rings. Pendants and Earrings all competetively priced

Victoria Mansions, 35 Hall Street, Hockley, Birmingham B18 6BS Tel No: 0121 233 2547 Fax No: 0121 236 3203



¿'S '

iiuiiiifattimiiß 2ífUJCl!ci'3





lit w / i * / .

//an. ISS!


Keeping Things Ticking Over Watches lAdvice provided by Creative Watch Company! The watch face there are four main materials used for the watch glass perspex/pl3Stics. mineral, mineral with sapphire coatings and sapphire crystal. Mineral is harder to scratch than perspex and the hardest wearing, albeit the most expensive, is sapphire crystal. The winderwatches usually have push in crowns, screw in or screw down crowns. The type used can affect the water resistance wilh the screw in crown generally more widely used and preferred. Movements Quartz; this battery powered movement is the most commonly used as ÂĄt is very reliable with near perfect time keeping. (Batteries in these watches should last two to three yearsl. Automatic; a self wind mechanical

movement activated by movement but. when motionless, can run on for approximately 36 hours before it stops. The automatic is much preferred by the watch connoisseur who will appreciate the workmanship involved in its assembly. Kinetic; An automatic quartz movement which needs no battery but is as accurate as a normal battery powered quart; movement. It creates its own energy generated by Ihe wearer's motion. When fully charged the movement can run lor six months without being worn. Eco- drive; luelled by natural or artificial light it is designed to run on lor up to six months or more when fully charged.even in total darkness! Water resistance always treat this term with caution and choosing watches marked with 100M.10 BAR.10ATM and above Iwith a screw-in crown! is recommended, il worn for water based activities. Even so, it is advisable to have Ihe watch tested periodically, if worn

regularly for these purposes. Straps and bracelets Bracelets will last longer and are usually preferred. Materials used commonly include stainless steel although titanium is becoming popular because it is considerably lighter. However the advantage of a leather strap is that they can be more comfortable to wear and can be easily adjusted.

Clocks lAdvice provided by Britain Ctockcase Limitedl Always wind until you feel resistance in the key and always adjust Ihe time on a mechanical clock by turning Ihe minute hand clockwise, never anti clockwise as it will damage the mechanism. Choose where to put your clock because if it's above a radiator/direct heat, this will damage the case over time and cause problems with the running of the clock. Don't forget to keep it regularly serviced....every lew years should do.

10 OJ

u 4-r

ro c ro 10

u o


C R E A T I V E W A T C H CO. E X P & B T S IN





/ / See Thousands of Watches on display in our Luxury Superstore // V" s 't us *° receive a Special Discount


21 233 1801

108 Vyse Street - Jewellery Quarter - Birmingham - B18 6LP

For the latest maps, travel information, guide books, information on attractions, shops or events the Jewellery Quarter Information Centre can help.

The Jewellery Quarter Information Centre is located at 120 Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B18 6NF. It is usually open Tues-Wed 9.00-4.00 Thurs - Sat 9.00 - 4.30 Contact 0121 604 7700

Hotels in the Quarter include the Express by Holiday Inn in Fleet Street, the Travel Lodge in Charlotte Street, Bloc Hotel in Caroline 5treet and the unique Hatters Hostel in Livery Street. To book a hotel room for the night, Marketing Birmingham's Tourism Centres can also help.

Tourism Centre and Ticket shop The Rotunda, 150 New Street, Birmingham B2 4PA Short breaks: 0121 202 5050 Tickets: 0121 202 5000 Information: 0121 202 5099 Or visit

BANKS Barclay's Bank Pic 35 Frederick Street Tel:-0845 755 5555

HSBC 168 Warstone Lane Tel:- 0845 740 4404 Natwest Bank PIc 22 Frederick Street Tel:-0845 604 1604 ATMs Apart from Banks, there is a cash point next to Tesco's in Warstone Lane and next to the Post Office in Vyse Street. There is also a Link machine inside the Rope Walk (minimum charge of £1.75 per transaction] and also the Lifestyle Express in the Newsagent, both in St Paul's Square. POLICE STATION Unit G12, The Big Peg Warstone Lane POST OFFICE 119 Vyse Street 0121 233 4484 Opening t i m e s Monday to Friday 09:00 -17:30. Saturday 09:00-13:00 TOILETS There is an automated toilet facility by the car park in Vyse St. but if that is unavailable,the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter has toilet facilities during opening hours. Most restaurants, bars and coffee shops also have toilet facilities which are available to customers. INDIAN HIGH COMMISSION The Indian High Commission is in Augusta St. but for those who are seeking short term 'holiday' visas, there is a franchised Visa Office in Pemberton St.


t&eßffl 'Ç&ifj







n o CD —— • *

•MB •





~ö CQ

O C7> "O c • * (/)

o_ C\>

..â&#x20AC;˘ - -

Affordable Luxury Exceptional Choice

Key 3L

Map Reference

There are over one hundred specialist jewellery retailers in the Quarter so many people visit to shop because of the wide choice of jewellery and silverware on offer..

Antique / 2nd Hand Jewellery

To help you.we have included this special shopping supplement which gives details about many of the shops and their particular specialisms. Many of them will also undertake repairs and valuations. You should also note that many of those that don't regularly open on a Sunday will, in on that day in the lead up to Xmas.

Clocks and Watches

The shops are listed in alphabetical order and include a locational map grid reference (also see the map on page 51). Specialisms are given a numbered code....




Beads Buying Gold

Commissions Costume Jewellery Gold Palladium Pearl Platinum Precious Stones Silver


A & A Jewellery

DDDDQDBDD 34 Northampton St. B1S ADX Mon-Sat 9.00-4.00

A r t f u l l Expression

: 0121 687 3363

4 J

The Bullion Store

6 I

DDHDDDDDD' DE ¿3 Frederick Street. B1 3HN Mon-Fn 9.00 - 5.30, Sat 10.00 - 4.00

Classic Diamonds

1:0121 236 1111


DDDDDDDDDDDE DDDDDDDDDIDni I 23-24 Warstone Lane. B18 6JQ Mon-Fri 10.00-4.45, Sat 10.30-4.30 G.L. Bicknetl

DDDDQD 12-14 Vyse St. B18 ALE Mon-Sat 9.00-5.00 Bond & Martin Jewellers



Britain Clockcase

Clearwater Diamonds

DDDDDD 1:0121 523 3417

4 G

DDDDHDDDDEEDL 17 Vyse St. B18 6LE Mon-Fri 9.30-3.30. Sat 9.30-4.00

16 Vyse St. B18 6LE Mon - Sat 9.30-4.30. Sun 10.30-2.30. Closed Tues

15 Warstone Lane. B18 6JE Mon-Sat 10.00-4.15

Creative Watch Company


4J t: 0121 233 3336



t: 0121 551 6806

108 Vyse St. B18 6LP Mon-Sat 9.00-5.00

1:0121233 1801

4 I

DDDDDDDDDDDD 41 Northampton St. B18 6DU Mon-Fn 9.00-5.00. Sat 10.00-3.30 The Bullion Room

: 0121 212 9804


DDHDDDDDDiiara 111 Spencer St, BIB 6DA Mon-Sat 8.30-4.30 TRAOE ONLY

tt 0121 515 5999


3 H

Crescent Silver

DDDDBDDDDDDE 83-85 Spencer St. B18 6DE Mon-Thurs 9.00-4.30. Fri 9.00-4,00 Sat 9.30-3.00


114 Vyse St. B18 6LP Mon-Fri 10.00-4.30. Sat 9.30-4.30

t: 0121 236 9006

Crest Jewellery

2 F


I: 0121 236 3777

Discount (Gold and Silver) Jewellery

5 I


DDDDBDBDDEE 35 Hall St. B18 6BS www.crystalmk Mon-Sat 9.30-4,30



Unit 8. The Big Peg, B18 6NA Mon-Sat 10.00-5.00

t: 0121 523 8772

Crystalink Jewellery/Manufacturing Ltd.

1:0121 236 4491

Diamond Dezigns

DuDDBDanDEEE 44 Vyse St. B18 6HF Tues-5at 9.30-4.30


Design Centre

1:0121 233 2547

44 Warstone Lane. B18 6JJ Mon-Sat 9.30-4.30

Eaglesfield Trophies Ltd.

1:0121 200 1344


DDDDDDDDDDDE 18 Vyse St, B18 6LE Mon-Sat 9.00-4.00

Element Bespoke Jewellery Ltd.

t 0121 554 7706


DDDDBDBBDEDD 3 Warstone Lane. B18 6JE Mon-Sat 10.00-5.00

- -' ,


m~t v

Ii 46


1:0121 2361119

4 H

Erics Jewellers Ltd.


118 Vyse St. B18 6LP Mon-Fri 9.00-4.45, Sat 9.00-3.45

3 I

Facets Jewellers


t: 0121 236 6680


2 Augusta St. B18 6JA Mon-Sat 9.30-4.30 GCR Jewellery


105 Vyse St. B18 6LP Mon-Fn 9.10-5.00. Sat 9.30-5.00. Sun 10.00-3.30

GH Moore and Son

t: 0121 2129155


Grant Sawyer Jewellers

DB[ B D B B D B t:0121 233 0330


18VyseSl.B18 6LE Mon-Sal 9.00-4.00

t: 0121 605 5336



t: 0121 274 0059


Henrick's, the Jewellers


16 Warstone Mews, B18 6JB Tues-Sat 10-4.30


Harvey Adams

9 Warstone Mews, B18 6LB Tue-Sat 9.30-5.00. closed Mon

t: 0121 233 3075


Highly Strung Designs

DDDDBDDDDEmt J DBDDDBDDBDDE 19 Vyse St. B18 6LE Mon-Sat 9.00-4.30



117 Vyse St. B18 6LP Mon-Fri 10.00-5.00. Sat 10.00-4.30

The Golden Purse

t: 0121 523 6488

4 H

18 Hockley St. B18 6BL Mon-Sal 10.00-4.00


James Newman Jewellery

DDDDBD t: 0121 236 8270

t: 0121 5515480

49 Vyse St. B18 6HF Mon-Sal 10.00-4.30

t: 0121 245 1555


BDDDDDD: :DDDD 39 Northampton Si, B18 6DU t: 0121 236 0072 Mon-Fri 10.00-4.00. TRADE ONLY. 1. Map Ref 4 J



4 J

The Jewellers


Marlow's Jewellers

DDBDBDBDDEED DDDOBDBBDEE 46-47 Warstone Lane. B18 6JJ Mon-Fn 9.30-4.30. Sat 9.00-5.00, Sun 11.00-3.00

Unit 4. Heritage Court, 17-21 Warstone Lane. B18 6JE Mon-Sat 9.30-4.00, Sun 11.00-2,00

3 G

Jewellery Quarter Ltd.

Mayfair Jewellery

BDBBDDBDDEEE 91 Vyse St. B18 6JZ Tues-Fh 10.00-4.00, Sat 10 00-2.30

t: 0121 554 1965

4 I

KM Taylor


1:0121 236 4415



10 Warstone Mews. B18 6JB Mon-Sat 9.30-4.30. Sun 11.00-3.00

McKenzie Jewellery Ltd.

t: 0121 212 0150


DDBDDDBDDEDD DDDDBDBDD BE 15 Warslone Mews. B18 6JB Tues-Sal 9.30-4.30

82 Vyse St. B18 6HA Mon-Sat 9.00-4.00

t:0121 212 4974


Kenneth Cooke Jewellery


t: 0121 515 2406


DDDDBDDDDI E E DDDDBDBBDEBE Unit 11. The Big Peg, Warstone Lane. B18 6NA Tues-Sat 9.00-4.00


Lois Jewellery


42 Vyse St. B18 6HF t: 0121 523 5233 Mon. Tues, Thurs. Fri. Sat 10.30-4.00, closed Wed

t: 0121 236 4966

Maurice Fellows


41/42 Frederick St. B13HN Mon-Fn 9.00-5.00. Sat 9.00-3.00 Public and Trade

t: 0121 212 1715

21 VyseSt, B18 6LE Mon-Sat 9.00-3.00

• - r • -Ö






10121554 0211

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter



75-80 Vyse St. B18 6HA t: 0121 554 3598 Tues-Sat 10.30-4.00 â&#x20AC;˘ Bank Holiday Mondays


4 H


103 Vyse St. B18 6LP Mon-Fri 9.15-3.45. Sat 9.30-4.10. Sun 10 30-2.00

Number One Jewellery

: 0121 233 184,6

3 J

BDBDBDBBDEBE 1 Warstone Lane, B18 6JE Mon-Sat 9.30-4.30

PB Morris

1:0121236 1996

4 H


32 Northampton St. FJ18 6DX Mon-Sat 8.30-4.15

PK Jewellery


Premier Diamonds


14 Warstone Mews. B18 6JB Mon-Sat 9.30-5.00. Sun 10 30-2.30

1:0121212 9229


Quarter Jewellery


29 Warstone Lane. B18 6J0 Mon-Sat 9.30-4.30, Sun 10.30-2.30.

1:0121236 5279


RBSA Gallery

DDD DDDDDDBDDD t: 0121 236 2263

4 J

4 Brook St, B3 ISA 1:0121236 4353 Mon-Fn 10.30-5.30, Sat 10.30-5.00. Sun 1.00-5.00


Riches Jewellery


97 Vittoria Street. B1 3NU Mon-Sat 10.00-4.15

Paul Green Jewellers

1:0121 685 2299

4 J

32 Warstone Lane. B18 6JQ Mon-Sat 10.00-5.00. Sun 11.00-3.00

t: 0121 233 3326


Ritz Jewellery

DDDDDDBBDEB:'" J DDDDBDBDBEBE 27 Warstone Lane, B18 6JQ Mon-Sal 10.30-4.30. Sun 11.30-3.00

Pearl Gallery

t: 0121 200 1139

2 F

15 Vyse St. B18 OLE Mon-Sal 9.30-4.00

1.0121 507 0259


Samson Gold Ltd.

DDDDBDDDBDDD DDflDBDBBDEBE 50 Vyse Si. B18 6HR Mon-Sal 10.00-5.00

1:0121554 3211


9 Vyse St. B18 6LT Mon-Sat 9.30-5.00. Sun 10.00-3.30

1:0121236 7075





Touchstone Jewellery Ltd.

DDBDDDBE BEBE DBDDBDBBBEBE 30 Northampton 51, B18 6DX Mon-Sat 9.30-4.30

t: 0121 236 7822


S.P. Green & Co Ltd.

36 Northampton St. BIS 6DX Mon-Sat 9.30-5.00

V & F Parker Ltd. (Arden Jewellery)

DDDBBDBDBEBD DDDD 11 Warstone Mews, B18 6JB Mon-Sat 10.00-4.30. Sun 11.00-2.30

1:0121212 0370



DBDBDDBBBEBE 113 Vyse St. B18 6LP Mon-5at 8.30-5.00, Sun 9.00-1.15

t: 0121 236 7806



51 Vyse St. B18 6HS Mon-Fri 9.30-4.30. Sat 9.30-2.30

1:0121 236 2040

Summerand Silver

Vault 88

107708 547018

2 F

DDDDBDBDBDBE 48VyseSt.B18 6HF Tues-Fri 10.00-4.00

1:0121554 4575

p^ 50

t: 0121 236 4809


89 Vyse St. B18 6JZ t: 0121 523 7389 Closed Sun SJues. Other Days 10.00-5.00


The Sllverfish Gallery

1:0121 554 3587


8 Warstone Mews. B18 6JB Tues-Sat 10.00-4.30

DBDDBBDDBDBE 88VyseSt.B18 6JZ Mon-Fri 10.30-4.30, Sat 10.00-5.00



Van Cleak

DBDDBDBBDEBE DDDDBD 12 Warstone Mews. B18 6JB Mon-Sat 7.00-5.00. Sun 10,00-2.00

1:0121 236 5511




o o o
















www. j e we 11 e ry q u a rte r. n et

Acknowledgements Andy Munro Dominic Grant/Anna Gibson Published by Creative Services BCC holographs Anna Gibson/various

The information in this Guide or inclusion ol names of businesses does not constitute a recommendation. DC'iVfyirg ftl© Wsniir.Q All information given m this Guide was believed to be accurate at the time of printing and neither Birmingham City Council, the publishers nor the editor can take responsibility for any inaccuracies.

B ^ f J j B i r m i n q h a m City Council

Specialist Jewellery Shops Arttull Expression 01212120430 23-24 Warstone Lane. Birmingham 818 4LA Bond & Martin 0121 551 6804 17 Vyse Street. Birmingham B18 6LE Classic Diamonds 0121 554 8877 16 Vyse Slreet. Birmingham 818 6LE Clearwater Diamonds 0121233 3334 15 Warslone Lane. Birmingham B1B 6JE Creative Watch Company 01212331801 106-108 Vyse Street. Birmingham B18 6LP Crystalink Jewellery Manufacturing 0121 233 2547 35 Hall Slreet. Birmingham B18 6BS Design Centre 0121 236 4491 114 Vyse St, Birmingham BIS 6LP

Paul Green 0121 200 1139 27 Warslone Lane. Birmingham B18 6JQ

RBSA 0121234 4353 4 Brook Slreet Birmingham B3 1SA

Pearl Gallery 0121 554 3211 50 Vyse Street. Birmingham B18 6HR

0121234 5800

Quarter J t w t U t r y 0121 236S279 29 Warslone Lane. Birmingham BIS 6JQ

St Pauls Gallery 94 Nonhwood Street. Birmingham B3 1TH

Some places to eat and drink

S P Green 0121212 0370 11 Warslone Mews. Birmingham B18 6JB

The Lord Clifden 0121523 7515 34 Great Hampton Street. Birmingham B18 6AA

Samson Gold 0121234 7075 9 Vyse Slreet. Birmingham 618 6LT

The Red Uon 0121233 9144 95 Warstone Lane. Birmingham B18 6NS


The Vaults 0121212 9837 Newhall Place. Newhall Hill Birmingham Bl 3JH

0121 234 7804 113 Vyse Street. Birmingham Bl B 6LP


Stone Jewellery 0121234 2040 12 Warstone Mews. Birmingham B18 4JB

0121 234 44S3 25 Frederick Street. Birmingham Bl 3HH

The Bead Loft


G.C.R. Jewellery 0121 Í 0 5 5336 16 Warstone Mews. Birmingham B Î 8 6JB

07851 742 738 Fêlions (Bharnl Limited T H Findings Ltd, 42 Myllon Street. Birmingham 01212361810 B1B6HN 8 Sovereign Court, 8 Graham St, Birmingham The Jewellers B13JR 0121 233 2274 Holder Blackthorn LLP Unit 4, Heritage Court. 17-21 Warstone Lane 01212360044 Birmingham B18 4JQ Blackthorn House, St Pauls Square B3 1RL Touchstone Jewellery Ltd 0121234 5511 36 Northampton Street, Birmingham B18 4DX Fellows and Sons Van Cloak 01212122131 0121 234 4809 19 Augusta Slreet Birmingham BIB 6JA 8 Warslone Mews. Birmingham B18 6JB

G H Moore & Son 0121 523 6488 19 Vyse 51 reel. Birmingham B18 6LE

Vault 88 0121523 7389 89 Vyse Street. Birmingham BIS 6J2

Goldcraft 0121 236 8270 117 Vyse Streel. Birmingham B18 6LP

Jewellery Wholesale (Trade Only]

Harvey Adams 0121 212 9155 105 Vyse Street. Birmingham B18 6LP

Charles Green & Sons 0121 236 1874 37-42 Tenby Street. Birmingham Bl 3EA

Henrkks. The Jewellers 0121 233 3075 9 Warstone Mews. Birmingham B18 6LB

Direct Jewellery Uml 310. 95 Spencer Si. Hockley B1B6 PA

Diamond Dezigns 01212363777 Unit 8. The Big Peg. Warstone Lane B18 6NA Element Bespoke Jewellery Ltd 01212361119 3 Warstone Lane. Birmingham B18 6HA Erics 0121236 6680 118 Vyse Streel. Birmingham B18 6LP

Harlow's 0121 236 4415 46 Warstone Lane. Birmingham B18 6JQ Mayfair Jewellers 0121 212 0150 10 Warstone Mews. Birmingham B18 6JB 0121 233 1644 103 -104 Vyse 5treet. Birmingham B18 6LP

Gifts to grace all occasions We pride ourselves in being unique, and have sole agencies in the Jewellery Quarter for Gucci, DKNY, Rado, Versace, Raymond Weil, Elite Collection, Mont Blanc and Fossil, Osare, Emporio Armani, Armani Exchange amongst other brands.


Jeeg Global Highly Strung 0121 554 4089 0121 554 7032 104 Spencer Slreel. Birmingham B I S 60B 1st Floor. 20 Hockley Street. Birmingham B186BL Lois Jewellery K M Taylor 01212121715 0121212 4974 41-42 Frederick Slreet. Birmingham Bl 3HN 15 Warstone Mews. Birmingham B18 6LB Kenneth Cooke Jewellery Oesign 0121236 4966 11 Warstone Lane. Birmingham B16 6NA

The Jewellery Quarter

Museums and Galleries JW Evans 0870331 1181 54-57 Albion Street, Birmingham B l 3EA Museum ot the Jewellery Quarter 0121 SS4 3598 75-80 Vyse Street. Birmingham B18 6HA Pen Museum 0121 236 9834 3 Argent Cenlre. 60 Frederick Streel. Birmingham Bl 3HS

Conference Centres Jewellery Quarter Conference Centre 0121236 2657 Federation House. 10 Vyse Slreel. Birmingham B18 6LT

Car Showroom Sytner (BMW) 0121 234 4000 20 The Parade, SummerhilL Birmingham B1 30J


f l}


Property Agents Maguire Jackson 0121434 1581 33 George Street. Birmingham B3 10.Z York Laurent 0121234 5757 12-13 Frederick Street. Birmingham Bl 3HE

Hairdressers Hams & Gibbs 0121216 0750 17-21 Warstone Lane. Birmingham BIB 6JQ

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10:00am - 4:30pm Saturday 09:30am - 4:30pm Sunday 11:00am - 2:00pm (Oct to Dec only) The Jewellery Quarter. 114 Vyse Slreet. Hockley, Birmingham. B18 6LP Tel: 0121 236 4491 www.deslgncentrejewellery.coin Join us on facebook


Í?S -«*£

Hatters Hostel 01212364031 92-95 Livery Slreet. Birmingham B3 1RJ


SeN #§

Jewellery Quarter Essential eGuide  

Jewellery Quarter Essential eGuide

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you