|Booth and Booth was founded by Joan and Nigel Booth in 2004 veterans of the retail trade and with over 30 years buying experience with major retailers.|
Booth and Booth was born out of a passion for retailing, a fascination with gemstones and ignited by the revolutionary effect of the internet.
Our products are unique.
Shopping with us allows you to express your individuality without breaking the bank. You'll find something different to the run of the mill High Street ranges. Your only problem will be deciding which piece not to wear.
I make regular buying trips abroad and have close and friendly relationships with many jewellery designers and silversmiths - the results are to be found here in our shop.
Selection is first and foremost on quality and design, offering exciting handmade sterling silver jewellery with genuine gemstones. The stones for the pendants and our jewellery designs are individually hand selected.
Browse our shop at leisure. Put your feet up, pour a glass of wine and shop in comfort whenever it suits you.
We despatch orders within 24 hours (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) and guarantee your satisfaction. In the unlikely event you don't want to keep your purchase, just let us know and send it back.
While you are here, why not join our mailing list. We promise we won't bombard you with "junk mail". But we will tell you about special promotions and inform you of the latest additions to our range at the earliest opportunity. Sometimes we are only able to buy a very small number of a particular design due to the scarcity of some gemstones, in which case it really is "first come first served".
Do contact us if you have any questions or suggestions. Treat BoothandBooth.co.uk as your own private jewellery supplier. Make suggestions, criticisms whatever - we shall always be pleased to hear from you.
On 14th July 2008 Nigel died of throat cancer.
Nigel was a talented, funny and generous man who added sunshine to many lives. We take inspiration from his strength and cherish our many happy memories of a man whose life was too short. He was 52.
I now run Booth and Booth by myself and still maintain the passion and drive I had for it in 2004.
I love my job!