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Spring Clean your Jewellery with E.C. One

With sunnier days just around the corner, SEEN feels it’s time to unearth those treasures from our jewellery box and get ourselves to unique jewellery boutique E.C. One in Exmouth Market.

With sunnier days just around the corner, SEEN feels it’s time to unearth those treasures from our jewellery box and get ourselves to unique jewellery boutique E.C. One in Exmouth Market.

If you drop in up to six pieces of jewellery with E.C. One’s master goldsmiths they will receive a complimentary clean and polish, an exclusive opportunity usually reserved for E.C. One customers.

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While you’re sorting through your jewellery boxes doing that, why not look out any pieces that need remodelling? E.C. One will give you advice and a free consultation to make your item beautiful, unique and above all wearable once more. Or why not indulge in a free shape and polish manicure to ensure your nails sparkle as readily as your gems?

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Be sure to admire the jewellery on display at this ‘Boutique Retailer of the Year’. E.C. One was founded by husband and wife team Jos and Alison Skeates in 1997. E.C. One sources fashion-led jewellery world-wide, leading Alison to sit on the selection committee for London Fashion Week, as well as discovering new designers through their annual graduate talent Unsigned competition. They have uncovered such talents as Ungar and Ungar and Niessing, Jana Reinhardt and Alex Monroe.

Spring Cleaning event:
Thursday 26th May 12pm – 8pm (Late night shopping)

E.C. ONE
41 Exmouth Market
London
EC1R 4QL
020 7713 6185

www.econe.co.uk

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