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CASIO UK & Ireland

CASIO UK & Ireland Innovative products bring joy, create new lifestyle and pave the way for related economies - especially, if they have been developed by CASIO. Experience how creativity becomes contribution. With more than 11,000 employees worldwide, CASIO belongs to the leaders in electronics. With subsidiaries in Asia, North America and Europe, sales are customized to fit the needs of different areas of the world.

Website: CASIO UK & Ireland

Daniel Prince

Daniel Prince Daniel Prince of London is the original specialist bespoke jewellery workshop. We provide a niche commissioned jewellery service especially for private individuals. Located at the heart of the London diamond district in historic Hatton Garden, we are ideally situated to cater for even the most discerning of clients.

Website: Daniel Prince

Engagement Rings of London

Engagement Rings of London Engagement Rings of London is an established, family-owned jewellery manufacturing company with more than 100 years' experience of selling fine jewellery, diamonds and gemstones in Londonís Hatton Garden. The company's founder started as a diamond merchant and later generations dealt in fine gems, antique and modern jewellery.

Website: Engagement Rings of London


Blitz Blitz is the on-line prestige watch boutique. In the past, watches like Rolex and Cartier were only available from a few select shops in the large cities, in 2002 we set up the online website to sell watches, it was an instant success and we have now grown to be the largest online retailer of watches in Europe.

Website: Blitz

Wright & Teague

Wright & Teague Cult jewellery designers and taste formers, Gary Wright and Sheila Teague met and studied at Central Saint Martins and formed one of London's most enduring creative partnerships. Wright & Teague distinctive and significant jewellery, launched in 1984, is designed with passion and artistic integrity, each piece imbued with a timeless spirit. Our Mayfair store opened in 1998.

Website: Wright & Teague

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