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Jewellers named in London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain

Monica Vinader, Watchfinder and Pragnell Jewellers were all named in the report

Six jewellery companies have been named in the London Stock Exchange’s annual 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report.

Allum & Sidaway, David Christopher Jewellers, In-Time Watch and Jewellery Reports, Monica Vinader, Pragnell Jewellers and Watchfinder were all named in the fifth edition of the report, which focuses on the fastest growing SMEs in the UK.

Monica Vinader, Watchfinder and Pragnell Jewellers were those estimated to have the highest revenue over the past 12 months when taking into consideration the companies’ size and age.

With Pragnell Jewellers the only one of the three to be singled out in the report. The West Midland company was labelled a “Jewel in the UK’s Crown” with estimated revenues of £30-40m.

The report states:“From an engagement ring fit for the Queen to a world-record-busting, limited edition, Patek Philippe watch, it is the incredibly diverse range of goods that makes the historic business the success it is today.”

Quoted in the report, Pragnell managing director Pragnell, said: “We have the most diverse range of goods and services in jewellery-related matters in the UK. We have a fantastic selection of luxury watches from the world’s leading watch brands, to a beautiful collection of modern, antique and period jewellery, and modern and antique silver.”

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