When you have spent your entire working career honing your craft, the result is a stunning range of jewellery designs that are:
An Internationally Acclaimed and Dynamic Team
Jewels of the Kimberley has been successfully growing year after year and has developed and nurtured a young, dynamic team which continues to push the boundaries and strive for further greatness. Our collective ambition, talent and energy is what preserves our success, and the multi-faceted approach of having the whole team involved has proven to be effective time and time again.
From Small Beginnings
Jewels of the Kimberley originally occupied a small premises in upper Dampier Terrace from which I had traded for six years. My business has successfully grown year after year, but has not been without difficulty due largely to my previous location being slightly ‘out of the way’. I strongly felt that in order for my business to continue its success I needed to reposition myself in a more approachable location with additional showroom space, so I secured a long term lease at 20 Dampier Terrace in the heart of Broome’s ‘Pearlers Row’.
Our new, larger studio opened in March 2011, and presents a modern, yet also open, warm and welcoming feel. State-of-the-art lighting allows each jewellery item to exhibit its full potential. Potted plants and bonsai maintain a calming environment, and a personal sit down area keeps family and friends comfortable on extended shopping experiences.
We have also developed our online showroom recently to extend our renowned customer experience. Our clients can now enjoy the same choice and convenience of shopping with us in person, from wherever they happen to be.
My unique and exclusive designs have helped me to build a strong reputation in the local market and amongst the retail traders of Broome. I have also successfully established my business amongst national and international markets due to Australia-wide exhibitions held both permanently and regularly, right across the country. For example, my jewellery is permanently exhibited at Perth’s Aspects of Kings Park, which only stocks work from contemporary artists whose pieces reflect the natural beauty of Australia using local materials.
It is in my belief that Jewels of the Kimberley will continue to ‘shoot for the stars’ – and hopefully be adorned by them on the red carpet.