Cooksongold's Jewellery Catalogue Competition Boasts its Biggest Prize Yet

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Cooksongold is launching the tenth edition of its catalogue, and to celebrate has created its biggest-ever competition prize – a £2,000 hamper packed with jewellery making supplies. To be in with a chance of winning, customers must place an order for the 2014/15 catalogue between February 3 and March 31.

One lucky jewellery maker is in for a treat of a lifetime, as Cooksongold launches its biggest-ever competition to celebrate its new 2014/2015 jewellery making catalogue.

Everyone who orders the 2014/15 catalogue before the end of March will be entered into a prize draw to win a jewellery hamper worth £2,000.

The hamper will feature a mixture of products from Cooksongold’s extensive range.

Catalogue pre-orders opened on Monday, February 3. All orders placed before Monday, March 31 are eligible for the competition.

The 2014/15 catalogue is the tenth edition of the popular jewellery catalogue, and is the biggest yet. It features the best of 17,000 products from the leading jewellery making supplier.

Jewellery makers can browse 600 pages of jewellery making tools, findings, beads, silver clay and other popular items, including 2,500 products which are new to the catalogue.

It’s easy to order from the jewellery making catalogue online, by phone, or at one of Cooksongold’s trade counters in Birmingham or London.

Adam Hunter, commercial manager, said: “Feedback has consistently shown that customers consider our catalogues invaluable additions to their jewellery making workshops. And we’ve worked hard to make each edition bigger and better than the last.

“After such positive results, we felt the launch of the tenth edition was well worth celebrating.

“So as well as putting together the most product-packed catalogue yet, we’ve created our biggest-ever competition prize – a huge hamper stuffed with useful jewellery making supplies.

“Somewhere out there, there’s a lucky customer who’s going to get their hands on the haul of a lifetime.

“We’re putting the hamper together right now, and it really is astonishing how much we can cram in there. Get your catalogue orders in quick to be in with a chance to win this very special prize!”
Here are a few surprising facts about the Cooksongold’s catalogues:

  •     There are more than 120,000 copies of previous catalogues in circulation.
  •     The weight of all catalogues ever printed is 200 tonnes – the equivalent of more than 40 elephants!
  •     If all catalogues printed were laid from top to tail, they would stretch almost 26 miles. That’s the length of the London marathon!
  •     Counting all the pages of all the catalogues ever produced would take a while – they add up to around 78 million!

To order a copy of Cookson’s 2014/15 jewellery catalogue now, visit:

For more information on the 2014/15 catalogue, and to browse more than 17,000 jewellery making products, visit:


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To request additional information, please contact commercial manager Adam Hunter on:
T: +44 (0)121 212 6491
E: adam (dot) hunter (at)

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About Cooksongold

Cooksongold has more than 20 years of experience in the jewellery making industry. It is now the UK’s leading jewellery making supplier, with a range of more than 17,000 products like jewellery tools, silver clay, soldering supplies, beads, books and bullion. Customers can order by phone, at one of Cooksongold’s trade counters, or from the Cooksongold website, which features its complete product range, plus an extensive knowledgebase and user forums. Cooksongold is now incorporated into the Heimerle + Meule group.

About Heimerle + Meule

Heimerle + Meule, Germany’s oldest gold and silver refinery, has grown into a leading European supplier of precious metal products. Its extensive range features cutting-edge products for the jewellery making and dental industries, plus electroplating equipment, chemicals and more. The firm is headquartered in Pforzheim.

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