Established almost three years ago in November 2009, Dunedin
Goldsmiths at 21 St Andrew St (at the Filleul St end of St
Andrew St opposite the Wall Street side entrance) has already
forged a strong reputation for its jewellery design and
manufacture, which is all carried out on the premises.
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As the customer base, which extends throughout the region
grows and the work of the jewellers becomes widely known, the
demand for custom-made engagement rings is also growing.
While solitaires remain a popular choice, there are endless
options, and the workshop has a number of beautiful stones in
stock. All diamonds are sourced by New Zealand suppliers and
are 100% conflict-free.
These include the stunning Canadian ''Nordic Fire'' diamonds.
Each diamond is laser-engraved and comes with its own diamond
Purchasing the wedding band is another important step and it
is something that can be specifically made to match and fit
your engagement ring.
Design and manufacture of specific pieces for customers (and
to their budgets) is Dunedin Goldsmiths' speciality.
A small range of jewellery is also for sale in the showroom,
with some great ideas for bridesmaids' gifts in the range of
Guthrie & Steele pendants, and also a selection of silver
Harmony Balls. Each Harmony Ball has its own tiny xylophone
to create a magical sound to help relaxation.
Donald Galog and John and Brenda McCallum, who founded and
operate the business, are offering a unique service to
customers to talk directly to the jeweller, who will advise
on the best options available.
The constant changes in design and fashion are aspects that
keep John and Donald always vigilant. This is what makes the
jewellery business so fascinating. It's an industry which is
always exciting to be involved in, they believe.
For the full range of services check the
21 St Andrew Street