Nightingale reopens showroom after £20k refurb

Moral jewelry model Nightingale has introduced the reopening of its showroom after it underwent a £20,000 refurbishment.

Based by husband and spouse Stephen and Diane Nightingale in 2016, the duo initially arrange store in York’s Barleycorn Yard with the assistance of Ryan Atkins from direct-to-consumer specialists The Embarking Group, who’s at the moment CEO for the model.

The showroom acts as a base the place prospects can meet face-to-face with Nightingale’s crew of consultants. While the model does supply a set of “ready-made” rings, its hottest providing is reportedly its bespoke jewelry design service.

Amongst its many choices, Nightingale “pioneers” lab-grown diamonds, ethically mined diamonds and Fairtrade gold by solely working with moral suppliers, aiming to stem the movement of battle diamonds.

Atkins stated: “Once you purchase from us, you be a part of us in our mission to help higher working circumstances, higher environmental practices and extra clear provide chains.

“While we’re not claiming to be placing an finish to the hurt brought on by the diamond mining trade, we do need to educate and encourage patrons on how they’ll make a extra ethically knowledgeable buy with regards to effective jewelry.”

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