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Est.1897, Pre-Owned Jeweller & Watchseller

Est.1897 is a pre-owned jeweller and watchseller in the UK, specialising in the sale of high-quality jewellery and designer watches without the hefty price tags. Browse our ranges to find the very best in premium style.

Our pre-owned ladies' and men's jewellery collection includes rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings in gold, silver, and platinum, as well as pieces set with diamonds and other precious and semi-precious gemstones.

Our pre-owned watch collection also caters to both men and women, offering many designer timepieces from top brands, including highly desirable Swiss watchmakers Rolex, TAG Heuer, Omega, and Breitling.

We have an in-house retail team who meticulously test all of our stock to ensure its quality and authenticity. This means that you can trust us to deliver the real deal to your door.

Along with our retail ranges, we also offer several financial services, including gold-buying and watch-buying at very competitive prices. Additionally, we are able to provide asset-based loans on your valuables.

Browse our website to discover why we are one of the UK's very best pre-owned jewellery and watch stores. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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