Cooksongold Tops LJS's Jewellery Making Suppliers List

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Cooksongold has been ranked as the top jewellery making supplier in the UK, in a blog from the London Jewellery School. The post highlights Cooksongold’s website, and its Hatton Garden trade counter in London, which stocks a wide range of products like bullion, findings and jewellery tools.

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We take great pride in the fact that we’ve ranked top of a list featuring some strong competition, and it was also brilliant to see our Hatton Garden trade counter get a mention.

Cooksongold has topped a list of the best jewellery making suppliers in the United Kingdom.

The list, entitled ‘Top 10 Jewellery Suppliers’, was put together by London Jewellery School blogger and membership manager Emily Jones, and published on Friday, July 19.

Cooksongold’s entry singled out its Hatton Garden trade counter, which stocks jewellery making essentials like rings, gold chain and findings, and products from bestselling brands like ArtClay and PMC.

It was praised for its wide choice, with Jones stating it “sells pretty much everything your jewellery making heart could desire.

“We are regular customers,” continued Jones. “You might see one of the LJS team in there on your next trip.”

The blog also highlighted the company’s catalogue, and its ‘deal of the week’ website feature.

Cooksongold placed higher in the list than competitors like I-Beads and London Jewellery Supplies.

The London Jewellery School is Europe’s largest centre dedicated to jewellery training. It employs more than 20 jewellery tutors, who are all established industry professionals.

Adam Hunter, eCommerce manager at Cooksongold, said, “We’re absolutely delighted to receive such a ringing endorsement from Emily Jones at the London Jewellery School.

“We take great pride in the fact that we’ve ranked top of a list featuring some strong competition, and it was also brilliant to see our Hatton Garden trade counter get a mention.

“Our Hatton Garden team works really hard to provide London’s jewellery makers with great service, and some of the best products from the most respected brands in the industry.

“If you’re in the area looking for tools or materials, or you want some advice on a jewellery making project, pop in and say hello.”

Cooksongold’s Hatton Garden trade counter is open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 4.30pm. It can be found at 49 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8YS.

The company also has a trade counter in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, and a website where customers can choose from more than 17,000 products like findings, wire, gold chain and sheet.

To see the London Jewellery School’s blog post, visit http://www.londonjewelleryschoolblog.com/post/55874658258/top-10-jewellery-suppliers.

To find out more about Cooksongold, visit, http://www.cooksongold.com/.

Notes for Editors

For more information on this story, contact Adam Hunter, Commercial Director at http://www.cooksongold.com, on 0121 212 6491.

About Cooksongold

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http://www.cooksongold.com stocks more than 12,000 products, including precious metals and jewellery making supplies. The UK’s leading jewellery maker shop, Cooksongold offers silver, gold, palladium and platinum bullion (available as sheet, wire, tube, solder, grain and settings), and a huge range of jewellery making tools, beading materials and much more. Cooksongold.com also stocks the industry’s biggest brands, such as Swarovski, Beadalon, Dremel, PMC, Art Clay and Fimo.

About Heimerle und Meule

Founded in 1845, Heimerle und Meule is Germany’s oldest gold and silver refinery, with headquarters based in Pforzheim, Baden-Wurttemberg. In 1960, the company became part of the L.Possehl Group, based in Lubeck. Heimerle und Meule specialises in the recovery and separation of precious metals, as well as being a leading manufacturer of precious metal products. The company has around 250 employees, and provides high quality materials and semi-finished products for jewellery, wedding rings, dentistry, and the electrical and electronics industries.

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