We are a family run business trading for over 35 years
Having had 16 outlets from the famous Portabello Road, London to Scotland we are based in Bolton working from our long established high street jewellers where we have built up a large customer base including buying and selling on ebay shops with over ( 4000+ ) positive feedbacks and over ( 500 ) repeat customers which I'm sure you will agree speaks for itself .
Because of recent global issues we have now decided to go 100% recyclable.
Kinners Jewellers reclaimed metals come from numerous post-consumer sources, including existing jewellery. Because our reclaimed gold, silver, and platinum are reconiditioned , they are of identical quality as new jewellery but with huge saving being passed on to the customers.
Our items are sent to our workshop where they undergo the recycling process which consist of re-shapeing, stripping down, replating and polishing. Also new gems are set where needed and new claws are fitted. This in turn brings old / damaged jewellery back to brand new items at up to half the rrp, which we then pass the savings straight onto you are customers.
By using recycled Jewellery, we decrease the global demand for newly mined gold and diminish the environmentally and socially destructive effects of dirty gold and other metal mining practices. Because precious metals can be recycled repeatedly with no degradation in quality, they are a naturally renewable resource.
Whenever possible, KINNER'S Jewellers will gladly accept and recycle any Gold, Silver, Platinum or Diamond jewellery, and because of this, we are able to offer you the very best PRICE POSSIBLE. So you not only get a great price for your old jewellery, you are also helping the environment.
Metal mining – and GOLD MINING in particular – is one of the most environmentally destructive types of mining, with 20 tons of ore required to produce enough gold for a single ring. Many gold mines also release CYANIDE AND MERCURY into nearby water sources and are associated with poor safety standards, INHUMANE LABOUR PRACTICES and disregard for the rights and interests of heard working people