Guildhall’s precious metal worker on his favourite places to shop

A rare gem in the UK precious metals industry, Guildhall has long been one of the few retailers in the country to stock the precious metals market.

Now, it’s a gem in Australia’s precious metals sector as well, with the launch of the Sydney-based gemstone retailer’s first ever precious metal specialist shop.

The shop will offer customers the chance to shop precious metals at the company’s flagship shop in Guildhall in Sydney’s CBD, which boasts a range of different brands of precious metals from gold to platinum, as well as a range made from precious metals like rubies and jasper.

Guildhall has been around since 2009 and is now in its second season.

Its first store opened in the Melbourne CBD in February this year, but it has now been in operation for almost two years.

The store is now set to open its first store in Sydney this month.

“This shop will be an amazing experience for our precious metal shoppers,” said Mr Tim Clark, Guildhalls founder and chief executive.

“We’ve been able to attract a very diverse range of precious metal consumers from all over Australia and we’re going to have our first store open in the CBD this month.”

The shop has two locations in Sydney and in the north-east, with one in the inner-city of Wentworth, which was recently named as the top place to shop in Australia by the prestigious Gemologist.

The shop is open Monday to Friday and Saturdays from 9am to 7pm.

Mr Clark said the shop had been in the planning stages for a while, and had secured the best of the city and the best in the world, with plans for a bigger shop to open soon.

“Guildhalls has been one step closer to opening a shop in Sydney as we’re now able to open a store here in Sydney,” he said.

“Our store will be the first of its kind in the whole of Australia, and we look forward to seeing all of our precious metals customers in Sydney.”

GuildHall has already opened its first Sydney store and is planning to open more locations across the country.

“Every year we go to Sydney and we see the beauty in it and the diversity of the people,” Mr Clark said.

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