Eurojeweller is a direct marketer of jewellery that operates from its Sandton offices – not a shop. Being a direct marketer, they are able to offer great value for money, personal purchase assistance and an excellent after sale service.
In order to gain clients confidence and purchase safety, Eurojeweller subscribes to the code of conduct as prescribed by the Jewellery Council of South Africa (JCSA). With their group of committed consultants they are able to service most areas in Gauteng including Johannesburg, Midrand and Pretoria.
You do not have to leave your place of work to make a purchase. They’ll come to you. You simply arrange for a no obligation presentation with one of their mobile representatives. A consultant will typically carry a briefcase with a latest range of jewellery. Ideally, presentations are carried out in client’s offices, boardrooms or canteens (no house calls). They feel that this is a convenient shopping way that builds client relationships on a personal level.
There are a number of beautiful items in the range. All jewellery items are crafted in either genuine 9 carat gold or sterling silver (925). Selection comprises of rings, earrings, bracelets and neck pieces set with the latest Swiss Cubic Zirconia which is guaranteed for life. Many designs are local but most are imported from overseas design centres – mainly Italy, France and Spain.
They also make exclusive diamond jewellery to order, which can be manufactured in 14ct, 18ct gold or platinum. Their top craftsmen have over 40 years experience in jewellery making, with some pieces being commissioned by overseas buyers.
Some of the advantages include:
1. Convenience of buying – by appointment at clients office and at their desired time
2. Free alterations are offered for initial purchases
3. Continually updated designs that keep up with today’s fashion trends
4. Various methods of payment – up to 5 months to pay on stock items, no interest
5. 2-year guarantee on all movable parts and stone settings
6. Always on call offering personal attention