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.
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 launches the ‘Animal Watch’ by 3thirty3 – to raise funds for the International Anti-Poaching Foundation. An industry first in the UK.
Young people in Cambridge have been sending selfies of themselves to Catherine Jones of Cambridge – in a bid to land a gem of a job!
Today at Catherine Jones of Cambridge we were extremely flattered to find out that we have been selected as one of the top 50 independent retail jewellery businesses in the UK.
A gift for a 1st birthday can easily become a keepsake for a lifetime and a heirloom to pass down from generation to generation – choose a little luxury for little hands at Catherine Jones of Cambridge.
Talented young people on The Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Foundation Programme, Postgraduate Professional Design Programme and its Business Start-Up Studios will be joining the winners of The Goldsmiths’ Company’s New Designers Awards 2014 – Clive Taylor, Karen Elizabeth Donovan and Kyosun Jung – in an exhibition of outstanding work. One particular piece to be unveiled will be an 18ct gold pendant designed by Ben Hawkins, a Foundation Programme, and winner of The Catherine Jones of Cambridge Golden Jubilee Competition.
Catherine Jones of Cambridge have announced Ben Hawkins, a student of the Goldsmiths’ Centre as the winner of the Golden Jubilee competition. Ben will have his Cambridge inspired pendant created in 18ct gold and sold in the Catherine Jones of Cambridge shop.
As Cambridge is set to host the third stage of the mighty Tour de France, we invite you to ‘Join the Chain Gang’ at Catherine Jones of Cambridge and adorn yourself in the loveliest of jewellery chains and necklaces from Georg Jensen and Lapponia.
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.