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Customers queue for bargains as jewellers announce closing down sale

Written by on 01/10/2020

People were queuing to get into a Sheffield jewellers over the weekend after the store announced a huge closing down sale where everything must go.

James Hadley Fine Diamonds in Surrey Street is shutting for good with the owner selling up and retiring.

The closure means that everything in the shop must be sold and it has prompted a huge sale with up to 50 per cent off a whole range of items.

It means platinum diamond rings usually worth in excess of £4,500 could be snapped for as little as £2,325 with 18-carat white gold diamond stud earrings reduced from £1,500 to £750.

The sale started last Saturday and the announcement prompted queues outside the shop with customers lining the street to grab themselves a bargain.

The sale has been described by James Hadley as a “unique and once in a lifetime opportunity to buy diamonds rings, quality diamond jewellery and jewellery of all descriptions”.

The family-run business is owned by Roger Coward. The firm began life as Leslie Cass Jewellery in 1958 before Mr Coward took over the business seven years ago and renamed it James Hadley Fine Diamonds.

The sale is set to continue until every item has been sold and you can enquire about products either in-store or by calling 0114 272 9289.