Positive Response to this Year’s Annual Hallmarking Review

Kathy McMillen (Hallmarking Operations Director) with Marie Brennan (Business Development Manager) explaining the hallmarking offer to students.

The Annual Hallmarking Review at Birmingham School of Jewellery proved to be a successful event for all members of the jewellery industry who attended to see Stella Layton present an overview of the year’s Hallmarking figures and the trends for the coming year 2015.

The presentation provided an opportunity for key figures of the industry to network with each other and find out more about the exciting projects that are happening at Assay Office Birmingham this year.

Students at the School of Jewellery were delighted to learn that they could register their hallmark for free at Assay Office Birmingham and have their very own punch mark created from £70 pounds + VAT.

The Birmingham School of Jewellery has just launched its brand new website to celebrate their 125th anniversary, why not see it for yourself
at www.bcu.ac.uk/jewellery125.

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