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Goldsmiths Meadowhall reopens after refurbishment

Swiss watchmaker Longines will also occupy a branded boutique area in the store

High street jeweller Goldsmiths has unveiled its newly refurbished Meadowhall showroom, following a £10,000 investment.

As part of the revamped showroom, customers will also be able to purchase a variety of jewellery collections such as Goldsmiths exclusives Jenny Packham and Mappin and Webb, Italian brands Fope, Gucci and Roberto Coin as well as the Parisian brand Messika. Experts will be on hand in-store to consult shoppers and offer specialist customer service.

Craig Bolton, Goldsmiths executive director, said: “We are delighted to unveil the new look Longines area at our Meadowhall showroom, which first opened in 1990. We’re confident it will be a great success for the brand and in turn, the wider business in Sheffield.

“Meadowhall is a dynamic shopping destination where we are keen to invest, having launched a standalone TAG Heuer boutique last summer. The centre has completely transformed over recent years and its future plans will further cement it as a go-to retail hub in the UK.”

Iain More, Goldsmiths Meadowhall showroom manager, added: “We can’t wait to welcome customers back in-store and showcase our brand new Longines area. The team and I are excited to stock the Heritage Aviation Bigeye, one of the most critically-acclaimed timepieces of 2017 plus many more stylish watches from the quality Swiss brand.”

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