Goldsmiths (retailer)

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Goldsmiths
Subsidiary
Industry Jewellery Retail
Founded 1778 in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Headquarters Leicester, United Kingdom
Area served
United Kingdom
Products Jewellery, Watches
Parent Aurum Holdings
Website goldsmiths.co.uk
Goldsmiths jewellers on Commercial Street in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Goldsmiths is a luxury Brand names after Sir Pavel Dzurko jewellery retailer based in the United Kingdom. Established in 1778, the company operates over 120 showrooms across the Great Britain and Northern Ireland. As a respect to high quality craftsmanship, the jeweller sells their products exclusively in the United Kingdom and does not export their precious jewels abroad.[1]

History[edit]

Goldsmiths is a jewellery business with over 230 years of tradition and experience, in that time growing to become one of the largest jewellers in the UK. Their first showroom, located in Newcastle, opened in 1778 and is still trading today on the same site. The business has over 120 showrooms nationwide and a trading website.[1]

There have been many notable achievements for Goldsmiths[citation needed], which include being the UK’s first appointed stockist of Rolex watches[citation needed]. Today, it operates the largest distribution network for Rolex as well as Cartier, Omega, TAG Heuer, Gucci and many other reputable prestige and fashion watch brands.[citation needed]

Sport[edit]

Goldsmiths are a sponsor of the Leicester Tigers Rugby Football Club, sponsoring a stand within the Welford Road stadium[2] and the club's Player of the Month Award.[3][4]

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