Cornwall LivingIssue #116

Precious sentiments

Bringing us the highest quality jewellery and the most dazzling gemstone expertise since 1997.

Ever since they opened their doors almost 25 years ago in the heart of the cathedral city of Truro, Klimek Jewellers have been at the forefront of gemstone set jewellery in Cornwall, specialising in exceptional quality and first class customer service as an established family jewellers.

Extensive knowledge and expertise have always been treasured in the Klimek family, with Karol Klimek, who previously owned a jewellery shop in Tunbridge Wells, having trained as a highly qualified Gemmologist. The company have always encouraged their staff to study the fascinating world of jewellery and gemmology by providing fully funded education and passing on their knowledge and expertise. 

Staff member and Gemmologist Nicola explains: “Even after 16 years of experience, Klimek Jewellers have continually supported and encouraged me to further develop my expertise and I recently became a member of the Institute of Registered Valuers,” a qualification only held by a handful of Jewellers in the south west, including Bettina Klimek, Gemmologist and owner of Klimek Jewellers.

Catering for ladies, gents and children, there’s something for everyone at this independent family jewellers, with everything from engagement and eternity rings to precious gemstone earrings, necklaces and pendants. You’ll find a range of beautiful pre-owned pieces amongst their extensive and stunning collection, alongside an enchanting collection of contemporary silver pieces and a range of gifts including silver frames and jewellery boxes.  

Klimek Jewellers pride themselves on their first class customer service and the ability of their staff to share their extensive knowledge and expertise with their customers. With the glint of Christmas just around the corner, why not experience this customer service for yourself, browse the stunning products available and take full advantage of the beautiful gift wrapping service this festive season?