Cooksongold Launches Dozens of New Jewellery Making Products

Cooksongold has introduced a whole host of new jewellery making supplies to its range, following the launch of its 2014/15 catalogue. The new product lines include jewellery making tools, beading supplies, silver clay and much more.

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We’re proud to be the UK’s jewellery making one-stop shop, with the largest and most varied range of products available in the UK

(PRWEB UK) 1 April 2014

Cooksongold has bolstered its status as the UK’s largest jewellery making supplier with a huge range of new products.

The fresh lines have been introduced alongside Cooksongold’s 2014/15 catalogue – a bumper book featuring more than 600 pages of jewellery making tools, beads, silver clay, precious metals and more.

Customers can order the new jewellery making supplies online, by telephone, or at Cooksongold’s Birmingham or London trade counters. Next day delivery is available on all products ordered before 3pm.

Adam Hunter, commercial manager at Cooksongold, said: “We’re proud to be the UK’s jewellery making one-stop shop, with the largest and most varied range of products available in the UK.

“But our range never sits still. We’re always looking out for the latest jewellery making supplies, so our customers can get hold of the latest and greatest tools, workshop equipment, findings, chain and more.

“We’re sure our customers are going to love these latest additions to our range – and there are more to come, so be sure to sign up to our newsletter to read about our latest and greatest jewellery making supplies and offers.”

The recent additions to Cooksongold’s range include:

Jewellery Making Tools – From Durston comes the comprehensive, 49-piece Master Forming Set, featuring hardened and dapping punches and texturizing punches, plus a dapping block, forming block and bending block.

The Nimbus Cloud Photography Dome is perfect for jewellery makers looking to display their creations online or in printed media. It makes it easy to capture professional-quality photographs using only a smartphone. Customers can choose from a starter set, featuring a dome and base unit, or order the dome alone.

Also new to the jewellery tools range is Heimerle + Meule’s PGG 10 Electroplating Unit, a powerful piece of equipment that’s suitable for users of all experience levels.

Jewellery Findings – Some brand-new gallery strip wire has been introduced to Cooksongold’s findings range, including beaded wires, diamond-cut twisted wire and studded-style ‘pyramid’-shaped wire. These sterling silver gallery strips are ideal for creating stackable fashion rings and other decorative pieces.

Bullion – New to the bullion category are several new gold and silver solder pastes, all of which are ready-fluxed and of assay quality.

Chain – Cooksongold’s loose chain selection now features half a dozen new ‘gold-filled’ chain styles. These chains look and feel just like gold, and are more durable than gold-plated chains. They are made from a base metal alloy, bonded with a surface veneer of 12ct or 14ct gold.

Silver Clay Supplies – A brand-new range of PMC-safe gemstones has been introduced, which can withstand temperatures of up to 899 degrees Celsius – perfect for setting into silver clays before firing.

Beading Tools – Amongst other great new stringing tools, Cooksongold has introduced the Beadalon Jewel Loom Kit, which is portable, lightweight and very easy to use.

Gemstones – There are some great new Moissanite gemstones available, including round, square and cushion-cut gems. Moissanite is a popular diamond substitute, which looks almost exactly like the real thing.

Jewellery Enamelling – Brand-new enamelling products include the Efcolor enamel range. These special low-temperature enamels can be fired in a household oven at 160 degrees Celsius – perfect for those who don’t own a kiln. Customers can also pick up a new jewellery enamel starter set featuring ten enamel colours and copper blanks.

Display and Packaging – Jewellery makers who sell pieces mail order can save on postage costs with a new range of slim postal jewellery boxes. All products in this new packaging range qualify for Royal Mail’s ‘large letter’ postage rates, and are finished in black leatherette.

For more information about Cooksongold and its new range of jewellery making supplies, visit: http://www.cooksongold.com/

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For press inquiries, please contact Adam Hunter on +44 (0)121 212 6491, or email adam (dot) hunter (at) Cooksongold (dot) com.

About Cooksongold

With over 17,000 product lines to buy online, by phone or at its jewellery trade counters, Cooksongold is the UK’s biggest supplier of jewellery making supplies. Its vast product range includes precious metals cut to customers’ requirements, plus jewellery findings, ring blanks, silver clay and much more. It is part of the Heimerle + Meule group.

About Heimerle + Meule

Heimerle + Meule is Germany’s oldest silver/gold refinery, headquartered in Pforzheim, Baden-Württemberg. It specialises in precious metal separation and recovery, and sells a wide range of precious metal supplies tailored to the electronics, jewellery and dental industries.


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