Bespoke jewellery from Leonard Couch

Leonard Couch

Leonard Couch - Credit: Archant

*Promotional feature* LEONARD Couch Jewellers gives you nearly 120 years experience in specialising in rare and unusual gemstones.

Leonard Couch

Leonard Couch - Credit: Archant

Leonard Couch Jewellers gives you nearly 120 years experience in specialising in rare and unusual gemstones.

Going all the way back to 1896 Leonard Couch originated as Sayers & Sons in Skegness before moving to Weston in the 1960s.

They also have another store called Studley Jewellers in Wells.

Sayer & Sons Ltd is now in its fourth generation, with both businesses being managed by family members.


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Leonard Couch Jewellers and Studley Jewellers have developed into modern and successful independent family run businesses by remaining true to core values, focusing on quality, choice, expertise, and personal service.

A visit to Leonard Couch Jewellers will enable you to view an extensive collection of engagement and wedding rings, designer silver jewellery including, cultured and freshwater pearls, as well as antique and previously owned pieces.

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Leonard Couch Jewellers also offers an extensive range of clocks, christening gifts, jewellery boxes, branded watches and silver gifts.

Or if you are looking for a gift that is a bit different to jewellery they also have extensive knowledge in pewter tankards, cuff-links, hip flasks, fountain pens and tie clips.

If you just can’t decide then gift vouchers are available.

Leonard Couch Jewellers is sure you will find a piece to delight you, whatever your budget.

The store is located at 7 James Street in Weston, for more information visit their website by clicking this link, or call 01934 626212

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