Buy a Mastercut diamond ring from us and you could borrow this tiara which is worth £30,000 and guaranteed to make any bride look and feel like a princess.
The dazzling tiara has 400 individually set diamonds totalling 4.5 carats. Inspired by vintage Edwardian and Victorian styles, its classic design offers an unusual twist for brides looking for 'something borrowed' on their wedding day.
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There was an added incentive for little ladies to dress up at this year’s Worcester Races Ladies Day.
Eight lucky little lady racegoers had the opportunity to win some beautiful pearl jewellery from Peplow Jewellers. Olivia, from Worcester won the best-dressed little lady, winning an Alexis Dove kitten pendant.
Jo Parnham of Peplow said ‘Peplow is delighted to sponsor the best-dressed little lady for the fourth year running. All the little ladies look beautiful. Every year it gets harder to pick an overall winner'.
More than 300 years of history have combined to bring luxury brand Montblanc to Worcester's leading jeweller, just in time for discerning shoppers to surprise their dads with the perfect gift for Father's Day.
Peplow independent jewellers has been providing aspirational pieces for nearly 200 years, while Montblanc was established more than a century ago.
Now the luxury pens, watches and leather goods are part of Peplow's expanding gents' collection at their newly refurbished High Street store.
Montblanc pieces will be treasured forever for their quality, technology and traditional craftsmanship and are endorsed by Montblanc ambassador and award-winning Hollywood star Hugh Jackman.
Peplow company director Francis Peplow says: "We are delighted to announce this partnership with Montblanc. The quality of the products they create, mixed with their incredible history, perfectly complements our brand and existing portfolio".
Peplow, Worcester's premium jeweller, also stocks high-end brands Omega, Gucci, Longines, Links of London and Georg Jenson.
Peplow is open Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 5.30pm.
A precious and unique sculpture can be seen by the public for the first time at a Worcester jewellers.
The hand-crafted quartz macaw mounted on a tourmaline rock was a gift to Richard Peplow, of Peplow Jewellers in Worcester and Stourbridge.
Mr Peplow played an integral role for 40 years at the World Jewellery Confederation as a British delegate and has just announced his retirement from the organisation.
Created by sculptor Karina Sena, whose family has been mining, sculpting and selling gemstones for nearly 50 years in their native Brazil, the piece was presented by the president of the CIBJO, Dr Gaetano Cavalieri at a gala dinner in the country.
Throughout his time with the federation, Mr Peplow was instrumental in it joining the UN's central platform for international sustainable development - the UN Economic and Social Council.
He said: "It's been a great honour to serve for so many years and I'm incredibly moved to be given such a prestigious gift".
The sculpture can be seen by the public for a limited time at Peplow jewellers' newly refurbished Worcester store.
Peplow, on the High Street, is the city's premium jeweller, stocking luxury brands including Omega, Gucci, Longines, Links of London and Georg Jensen.
Opening hours are Monday - Saturday between 09:30 and 17:30.
Peplow of Worcester has unveiled its new luxury look in time for Christmas.
The store has new exclusive areas dedicated to high-end jewellery, an extensive range of fine jewellery collections plus a range of timepieces not to be found anywhere else in the city.
For something special, Peplow has a bespoke design service enabling you to create your own unique piece of jewellery.
Christmas Eve is one of the most popular times of year for people to propose - so should you be thinking of asking that all-important question, Peplow will look after all you need to make your engagement the most magical moment.
Peplow is one of Worcestershire's oldest businesses with nearly 200 years of expertise and we ensure the needs of every single customer are catered for in the most discreet and personal of ways.
Founded in 1818 by William Peplow, the store is still independent and family-run by managing director and sixth generation Francis Peplow who says 'We are very proud of the refurbishment and feel that we have been able to maintain the heritage of Peplow in this new and luxurious setting. Our customer feedback has been incredibly positive will all who’ve visited us saying their experience choosing a piece of fine jewellery is second to none'.
Peplow is Worcester's premium jeweller stocking top class brands Omega, Gucci, Longines, Links of London and Georg Jenson.
Peplow is on Worcester high street and is open in the run up to Christmas, Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 5.30pm and Sunday 10.30am to 4.00pm.
Peplow Jewellers is set to reveal its newly refurbished store on Saturday 17th October. The store in High Street Worcester will be closed between October 5th – 16th October whilst the works are being carried out.
The interior of the store will feature raised ceilings with a crystal chandelier new seating areas and other improvements to provide a more personalised approach to customer service.
Whilst the store is closed Peplow’s will be open for business at their sister store, G6 jewellery jewellery situated next door to Peplow’s at Number 3 Pump Street.
For more information please call 01905 24026.
We are really excited to introduce our new watch brand Daniel Wellington. The Daniel Wellington story begins with a trip half way around the globe where Filip Tysander, the founder of Daniel Wellington, met an intriguing gentleman from the British Isles. The man had the inspiring ability to be genteel but still relaxed and unpretentious. He had an impeccable style and loved to wear his watches on old weathered NATO straps. His name? Well Daniel wellington, of course.
The Daniel Wellington watch is, without any doubt suitable for every occasion.
All of the watches are timeless and classic and go perfectly with the thin NATO and leather straps. Straps can be ordered separately as they are interchangeable, allowing you to have a different watch for every day of the week.
View the collection here.
Award winning jewellery designer Andrew Geoghegan is set to create an exclusive ‘Worcester’ ring for the city’s Peplow Jewellers, for sale this Christmas.
Family run Peplows have been in the city for nearly 200 years so the ring is a true tribute to Worcester and the firm’s history with the city.
UK ‘Jewellery Designer of the Year’ winner Andrew Geoghegan is known for his show-stopping cocktail and engagement rings and bespoke pieces of jewellery. The creation of a Worcester ring marks the exclusive launch of Andrew Geoghegan’s designs at Peplow Jewellers’ High Street store.
Jo Bourne is Peplows’ Manager and diamond expert, who comments: “It is such a coup for Peplow’s that Andrew has offered to design a unique Worcester ring. We are inviting lots of opinions on what gem, metal and style this should be in, and then Andrew himself will design a wonderful ring for sale in Peplows in the run up to Christmas.”
UK Jewellery Designer of the Year Andrew Geoghegan adds: “Peplows is firmly rooted in Worcester’s city centre, and is a recognized part of the High Street. Their expertise in jewellery is second to none and working with them on such a particular project, amongst many others, is a total pleasure. I hope that local people will feedback their ideas on what the Worcester ring should be made of and how it could look, and I will create something special!”
For more information on Andrew Geoghegan and the Peplows’ Worcester ring, please contact Jobourne@peplowjewellers.co.uk
Ladies Day at Worcestershire County Cricket Club not only saw 300 ladies looking elegant and sparkling, but it also raised £4,000 for the Prince’s Trust in Worcestershire.
Throughout the day, local ladies supported the work of the Prince’s Trust in Worcestershire with various fundraising organized by the cricket club and by Peplows Jewellers who sponsored the day.
Ladies bought raffle tickets to win prizes donated by local firms and stall holders donated a percentage of their proceeds. The Peplows’ champagne after party at The Quay also saw £1 from every bottle or glass of prosecco or champagne donated to the charity.
Dawn Owen was voted ‘Best dressed lady’ by WCCC cricketer Ben Cox whilst Louise Brook won the Peplows ice sculpture competition. She guessed that it would take 4 hours 57 minutes for the ice sculpture to melt to win a diamond ring from Peplows worth £1,500.
“This is a fantastic amount to raise for the Prince’s Trust,” said Jo Bourne, Manager at Peplow Jewellers. “Every penny raised for the charity is spent here in Worcestershire supporting young people. The fact that we raised it as part of a wonderful day watching Worcestershire County Cricket team combined with fashion, food and sparkle, is an added bonus!”
For further information on the Prince’s Trust in Worcestershire, please visit: www.princes-trust.org.uk