Thursday, 9 August 2012

All Things Bright and Beautiful

A showcase for the creativity and vision of two brothers


I've been selling beautiful jewellery at the Jeremy Bloomfield shop since 1993, stocking a sumptuous collection of highly desirable pieces including a range designed by my brother, Sheldon Bloomfield, a leading manufacturer and importer of fine jewellery. 
Sheldon travels the world on his quest to buy the finest diamonds and coloured stones. He has been in the jewellery trade for 25 years, building up a reputation for craftsmanship and the quality of his finished pieces, which are bought by many of the UK and Ireland’s high profile retail jewellers. I stock select pieces from my brother’s range, and on request can bring together a more extensive collection to suit my customers’ requirements or for anyone who would like to see particular items. 

The dazzling variety of stones used in the earrings, rings, pendants and bracelets include rubies, sapphires in various colours, rich green emeralds, soft blue-purple tanzanite, aquamarines, amethysts, blue topaz, green and pink tourmaline, delicate pink kunzite, smoky quartz, peridot, opals and garnets. It’s no surprise, then, that Sheldon is particularly renowned for the gorgeous spectrum of coloured gems in his range which includes over 3000 lines. His designs are striking and elegant. There are several examples which take their inspiration from the Art Deco period, and others which have the pleasing pared-down lines of contemporary design. 

The stunning ring above has a beautiful emerald-cut green tourmaline centre stone of 6.64 carats surrounded by diamonds, all set in 18 carat white gold. This magnificent ring and other pieces in the range represent excellent value for money without any compromise on quality, as I buy directly from my brother’s manufacturing company.  Of course you can see some of the pieces on the Jeremy Bloomfield website or better still, next time you’re strolling The Grove, call in for a warm welcome and prepare to be dazzled. 




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