We have been monitoring the situation regarding Coronavirus (Covid 19) carefully and it is with heavy hearts that we have decided to temporarily close Phillip Stoner The Jeweller’s physical stores. It’s a decision that hasn’t been taken lightly, but we feel the health and safety of our staff and customers has to come first.
Our Spinningfields Manchester store closed 22nd March with our Victoria Leeds and Trinity Leeds stores to follow, closing Monday 23rd March 2020.
We have been busy preparing for this over the past few weeks and have a team working remotely to continue to liaise with our designers, process special orders and repairs and take care of any new online sales and deliveries. We are available via live chat, email or phone so please do stay in touch.
We have spoken to the vast majority of our customers already, but if you have an item to collect and are unable to visit, please contact as us to discuss delivery options.
PHILLIPSTONER.COM remains open 24/7 with deliveries unaffected.
We will continue to communicate with you via social media, our website and e-newsletter as the ever-changing situation evolves.
In the meantime, please stay healthy, stay at home and we hope to see you all soon!
On Wednesday 29th January 2020 Phillip Stoner The Jeweller in Victoria Leeds was the victim of an armed robbery. Thankfully no staff were physically injured, but the aftermath has been devastating. Trading at the store will be disrupted for a few weeks while we rebuild, but we are here during normal opening hours if customers need anything. Please call us on 0113 242 7888 or email email@example.com
In the meantime our Trinity Leeds (only a 5min walk away) and Spinningfields Manchester boutiques are open as normal. If you would like to rearrange an appointment, or have a special order or jewellery repair to collect, please get in touch and we can discuss several different options with you.
We also have a large catalogue of Fine Jewellery and Engagement Rings on our website www.phillipstoner.com. Items can be purchased online, or reserved to view in the store of your choice (with no obligation to buy) by clicking the “RESERVE” button on each product’s page.
We would like to take a moment to express immense gratitude for the love, support and well wishes we’ve received over the past few days. Customers, local businesses, fellow jewellers, the Police and passers by have all been incredible.
We will be back soon, stronger and better than ever!
Our Phillip Stoner boutiques have each been given an Art Deco inspired makeover to echo our incredible new jewellery collection which launches this Autumn.
For the past few months we’ve been busy behind the scenes developing a new range of Art Deco inspired diamond jewellery and rings, designed in-house and available exclusively at our stores in Leeds and Manchester.
The Ava Collection celebrates the simple lines and sculptural detail that epitomised jewellery from the Art Deco era and Arts & Crafts movement. Reimagined for a contemporary audience, each diamond is held in place securely by simple bar settings, while intricate detailing pays homage to iconic buildings of the Art Deco era, such as the the Chrysler Building in New York. The epitome of elegant simplicity.
Earrings, pendants and rings are arriving soon so keep checking back for more details.
Official Jeweller to Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Phillip Stoner, was asked to produce a commemorative medal, which was presented at the club’s Annual General Meeting on Saturday 26th March 2016.
Made from Sterling Silver, the President’s Medal was formed in the shape of the club’s distinctive Yorkshire Rose logo. The medal was then hand engraved by MD, Jonathan Stoner and finished with the Cricket club’s signature ribbon.
The President’s Medal, for outstanding voluntary services to the Club, was awarded to long-serving member, Nigel Pullan, who writes for the Yorkshire Yearbook as well as providing written material in various other ways.
Previous commissions undertaken for YCCC include Retirement Trophies, Man of the Match Cufflinks, Player of the Year Trophies and the Dickie Bird clock, which can still be seen in Headingley Stadium’s West Stand.
In 2015 Phillip Stoner was pleased to once again work on Leeds Lord Mayor’s Chains of Office.
The Yorkshire based Jeweller has been closely associated with Leeds City Council for many years, undertaking restoration projects, providing valuations for insurance and producing bespoke items including Chains of Office worn by the former Deputy Mayor and, more recently, Leeds Children’s Mayor.
We shadowed our Goldsmith, housed within our Victoria Quarter Leeds store, as he restored the intricately decorated links of 18ct Yellow Gold to their former glory.
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Pick up your free copy of Yorkshire Life Magazine at the Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate, 14th-16th July 2015. Don’t forget to check out Phillip Stoner’s Thea Collection on page 42!
Phillip Stoner The Jeweller is proud to have had a long standing association with Yorkshire County Cricket Club, which continues to flourish. Since 2002 the club have commissioned pieces including the the “Dickie Bird Clock”, displayed in Headingley’s West Stand, Darren Gough’s Retirement Trophy and Man of the Match cufflinks.
This year, Phillip Stoner were honoured to have been asked to produce a commemorative trophy for retiring Chairman, Colin Graves. Sat on top of a wooden plinth, the engraved, Sterling Silver replica First Team Cap bears the club’s distinctive Yorkshire Rose logo.
A passionate farewell speech from Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s retiring Chairman, Colin Graves, brought a prolonged standing ovation at the Club’s Annual General Meeting at Headingley on Saturday 28th March 2015. Colin, who stood down after the meeting, takes up his new post as Chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board in May.
YCCC President, Dickie Bird, who was re-elected for a second year in office, presented Colin with the Sterling Silver Retirement Trophy on behalf of the club.
Phillip Stoner The Jeweller
, sponsors of YCCC for many years, is proud to have been named Official Jeweller to Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
In November 2014 Phillip Stoner donated a prize for the Chocolate Bar Raffle at the Willy Wonka’s World of Pure Imagination themed Firecracker Ball. In addition to a loose 1.96ct Chocolate Diamond, the winner was gifted £1000 to spend on creating a bespoke piece of jewellery, to be made in Phillip Stoner’s Leeds Workshop.
In the new year, Shona Masood, met with our jewellery designer, Philippa, who has since created a stunning 18ct Rose Gold and Diamond Set Cocktail Ring.
In total, The Firecracker Ball raised an amazing £210,000 for Barnardo’s on the night – an amazing result!
First created specially for Phillip Stoner at the VQ Shopping Affair 2014, The ‘Gold & Diamond’ Cocktail was so well received it will now appear on the cocktail menu at The Champagne Bar, Oulton Hall, Leeds.
Oulton Hall’s Champagne Bar in partnership with Moët and Chandon offers fine selection of fizz with over 50 champagnes from some of the most famous houses the region has to offer from Brut to Krug Clos d’Ambonnay 1995, one of only seven bottles in the UK. Their Bar Tenders are on hand to recommend one of their 55 classic cocktails or your favourite tipple from their wide selection of vodka, gin’s and 27 rums from around the Caribbean, as well as a wine list offering some fantastic examples of great wine producers.
Just 15 minutes from Leeds city centre, Oulton Hall is easy to reach by train or car. Get Directions
Trinity Leeds’ Student Lock In starts at 7.30pm on Monday 29th September. Take advantage of our Silver Sale with 50-75% off all silver jewellery collections, including Ti Sento Milano, Rachel Galley and Pianegonda.
Register for the Student Lock In here.
(You’ll need a valid Student ID to enter Trinity Leeds after 7.30pm, but non-students can call in before the event to shop our sale!)