griffin jewellers


Opening times: 9.30am to 5.15pm


There are three compulsory hallmarks applied to precious metals as a quality control: a sponsor's (maker's) mark, a fineness mark, and an assay office mark. These marks establish the origin and fineness of the precious metal and ensures it has been accurately and independently tested.

There are few exemptions to the hallmarking laws. One exemption is by weight; compulsory hallmarks are not needed on gold under 1g, silver under 7.78g and platinum under 0.5g. Also, the UK is required by the European Court of Justice to accept other European national hallmarks as sufficient hallmarking, providing those hallmarks represent an equivalent guarantee of quality. All products sold by us comply with current Parliamentary nickel regulations.

About griffin jewellers

My company has been trading for five generations and are at your service. We are listed in the top 100 UK Jewellers, are members of the National Association of Goldsmiths and pride ourselves on our realistic, factual descriptions.