After entering into the scarf market a few years ago, we have seen a consistent high demand for this product. Scarves have made a transition from being a seasonal item to a year round fashion accessory. This spring/summer Park Lane have some fantastic scarves in a range of styles, lengths, and colours. Your can pick from our range and order in small packs of 3, 4, and 6 in each style, which means it is easy to give your customers variety. To make it easier for you we have put together our BEST SELLING Wholesale Spring/Summer Scarfs, for £300 (ex v.a.t) and they come with a FREE DISPLAY STAND!
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Diamonds are a girls best friend, but no one said they had to be real! Our stunning range of cubic zirconium and crystal rings look just like the real thing but at a fraction of the cost. Test your friends and see if they can spot the difference. We have many styles to choose from; clear, and coloured stones are available in varying shapes and sizes, and our silver rings would look beautiful on any finger!
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Tripadvisor.com has recommended the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham as one of Europe’s top ten free attractions.
Birmingham has a long history of jewellery-making, with its jewellery quarter dating back some 200 years. It is the home of one of the British assaying offices with an anchor symbol denoting precious metals that have passed through its doors.
We’d certainly like to visit!
The Victoria & Albert Museum in London is this month a new jewellery gallery filled with thousands of precious gemstones. Pieces include rare Cartier items and jewellery commissioned by Catherine the Great, as well as some pieces that are 3000 years old.
A silver medieval pinhead was discovered in a Somerset field in late 2006, and is now waiting to be valued by the British Museum. The pinhead would have belonged to a woman of some wealth, and interestingly no similar objects have been unearthed in recent years.
In 1997 new treasure laws were established in the UK which state that all gold and silver found over 300 years old must be declared to the authorities. Because this is the first pinhead to have been declared, it is unclear what its value will be.
Archaeologists in Fiji have unearthed a stone jewellery pot believed to be 3000 years old. The pot, decorated with very fine dots to create a pattern of eyes and a nose, still held a collection of shell jewellery that included rings and bracelets.