..."this jewellery is about fashion, colour and sheer exuberance. Currently there are necklaces from 300B.C. to the present day!"
Phyllis' love of jewellery is immediately obvious, it is displayed in wonderful old shop fittings, grouped by colour.
Trays of delicately set turquoise jewels nestle beside what is most popular at the moment, diamonds set in platinum from around the 1900s.Amethyst necklaces and opal pendants of the Victorian period sit beside emerald, sapphire and ruby rings. Pearls both natural and cultured are a favourite choice for brides.
While the majority of the jewellery is antique, there is also a fantastic array of costume jewellery.