Don’t miss this perfect opportunity to browse an incredible selection of some of the Jewellery Quarter’s best designer makers. Our shop will be open on Saturdays from 1 May until 15th May from 11am until 4pm.

Celebrate the road map reopening with us as we open our newly renovated jewellery and giftware store complete with a brand new bookshop gallery!

We have a breath-taking range of beautifully designed jewellery by a selection of Birmingham and the Jewellery Quarter's best designer makers available to browse in store.

Also available to purchase, we have exclusive designs by the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter’s Jeweller in Residence. Based on the iconic snake range developed by the Smith & Pepper firm in the 1920’s and 1960’s, the collection is inspired by the firm’s rich history and remarkable design books.

You can also browse our new bookshop gallery, with a range of local interest, history, fashion, jewellery and design books, whilst also taking in our latest exhibition, China 2020 in collaboration with China West Midlands.
Prints are available for purchase.

During your visit to our shop, take a look through our factory window to see the Victorian and early 20th Century jewellery factory around which the museum is built.

The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter will feel a little different to usual, but we are sure you will enjoy your visit and we look forward to welcoming you. This event will be a lovely opportunity to visit the shop but the tearoom, historic factory, guided tours and exhibition spaces will be closed. Staff on site will be wearing PPE or working behind perspex screens, we have enhanced cleaning schedules in place, and we will be asking you to observe social distancing guidelines at all times whilst on site

We are only accepting card payments, to limit personal interaction, with contactless preferred.

Please remember to bring a face covering for use in our indoor spaces and please note that you are limited to visiting with a maximum of 6 people from the same household/support bubble.

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