Toward the end of 2014, we at Catherine Jones of Cambridge announced the launch of a very special watch. The ‘Animal Watch’ by 3thirty3 was created to raise funds for the International Anti-Poaching Foundation. The latest publication to feature this incredible cause is Plaza Watch magazine, a highly respected publication which is distributed in over 43 countries.
It’s not been long since the announcement that Catherine Jones of Cambridge had taken on students from the city to become brand ambassadors for the iconic independent.
Since then, the students have been seen out and about in the city, attending dinner parties and the such, kitted out in the finest jewels, cufflinks and more casual accessories such as leather wrap-around bracelets, all from Catherine Jones of Cambridge.
As Catherine Jones of Cambridge announce they are to become the first UK stockist of the 3thirty3 timepieces – two watches which through their sales support charitable causes – Watch Pro magazine find out more…
Catherine Jones of Cambridge has completed recruiting 18 brand ambassadors to wear the company’s jewellery at social functions.
We are delighted to present the new Catherine Collection. Affordable luxury just in time for Christmas.
Customers have loved the Catherine ring we created and have repeatedly asked us, ‘Is there anything else in the collection?’
Well, the answer is ‘Yes’! and here it is!
On Wednesday 2 July, 2014 the leading names in the UK retail watch and jewellery industry gathered at the London Hilton on Park Lane to see who would take home this year’s UK Watch and Jewellery Awards. With an astounding shortlist, the judges had their work cut out in picking the most deserving winners.
Glashütte is a small village in eastern Germany. It is renowned for its world-beating watch-making. The designers, watch-makers and toolmakers are industry leaders and achieve results that others elsewhere find hard to match. Watches have been made in Glashütte for generations — since 1845. The watches are of the highest quality with unique features that can only be found in the watch-makers there.
To celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime event, the town has gone cycle crazy. And so have we. The route takes the peloton right past the Catherine Jones of Cambridge shop on Bridge Street before turning left, by the Round Church. at Catherine Jones of Cambridge we wanted to get into the spirit of this world-famous race so decided to participate in a sculpture competition and commissioned local artist, David Mitchell to create an artwork which is now installed in our window.
LAST CHANCE TO BUY Amethyst Sphere from Jensen - Inspired by the fortune teller’s crystal ball We’ve raided the Jensen stocks to bring you the last of the Amethyst…
It won’t be long until Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is given access to the wider collection of remarkable royal gems. When Charles accedes to the throne, Camilla will wear gems suitable for the wife of the King. Prince William will then become Duke of Cornwall and his wife will have a much wider choice of even more extraordinary jewels. Will the exquisite Cambridge Diamonds be part of that jewellery collection?