It was a day of celebrations on Saturday 19th October as Les Harris Jewellers marked 50 years of business in Frodsham.

The fizz was flowing and the shop was full of customers, friends and family enjoying the occasion. We were all delighted to see the main man himself and many people were reminiscing with Les about visiting the shop since their childhood. Happy memories of adding to their charm bracelet or to choose a gift with a parent.

On the day there was a visit from the Mayor of Frodsham, Councillor Liam Jones as well as exclusive offers to take advantage of and one lucky winner went away with the Golden Ticket in a prize draw, winning £50 worth of jewellery!

Many of you will know that when Les retired he handed the reins over to daughter Niki and son in law, Andy. Ably assisted by Sophie and Claire.

Over the years Niki and Andy have added new lines to the shop, catering for a wide range of clientele. From traditional contemporary pieces including precious stones and timeless classics to more modern lines such as Emozioni, Annie Haak, Clogau and Hot Diamonds.

As part of the 50 year celebrations, the couple have been busy re-vamping the shop with a new colour scheme which sets off the displays beautifully.

The bespoke, separate Wedding Room that was introduced a few years ago is very popular with Brides and Grooms and although Les is no longer at the helm, jewellery and watch repairs are still available as well as a jewellery cleaning service.

Here’s to many more successful years....Cheers!

Les Harris‭ - ‬A Jeweller’s Story‭!‬ ...

1946 - At 14 years of age, Les left school to start work in a jewellery workshop for F.A Welch in Liverpool.
1948 - Les started his apprenticeship aged 16 years for F.A Welch.
1952 - After finishing his apprenticeship aged 21, Les then completed his 2 year National Service with the RAF.
1955 - Les re-commenced employment with F.A Welch.
1956 - Opened his own workshop in Whitechapel, Liverpool.
1959 - Les then went on to open his first shop in Liverpool, whilst still having the separate workshop.
1966 - He then moved the business to Priory Road in Childwall, which had the space to accommodate the shop and also his workshop.
1969 - Les married Carolyn and they moved to Frodsham. In November they opened the Frodsham shop. Initially in a small room off The Queens Head Pub, which is currently the lounge to the far right as you look at the pub from the main road.
1978 - In February, Les Harris Jewellers moved to the present premises, 90 Main Street, a 350 year old condemned cottage.
2019 - Les Harris Jewellers celebrate 50 years in Frodsham.

90 Main Street,
Frodsham, WA6 7AR
01928 734 223

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