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Chisholm Hunter flagship jewellery store in Princes Street £8m
Jeweller and diamond specialist Chisholm Hunter opened its £8m jewellery store on Edinburgh’s Princes Street in early December, 2016.
At the foot of Frederick Street, the new opening will become the largest luxury jewellery retail space in the UK, bringing 20 jobs to the capital and a range of exclusive brands for Scotland.
Glasgow founded Chisholm Hunter has stores across Scotland and England, in locations such as London, Chester, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The opening of its flagship store will bring approximately 10,000 square foot of retail space to Princes Street over three floors and the stunning building will feature a unique champagne bar and designated Swiss timepiece room.
Harry Brown, Chisholm Hunter CEO, said; “The opening of our flagship store is a significant moment for the business. The Princes Street boutique will be the centrepiece of our portfolio.
“We put the customer at the heart of our business and we invest and grow our stores in response to demand. Our customers are looking for a luxury, personalised shopping experience, with help from members of staff who are experts in their fields – and Princes Street will provide just that with its Bond Street feel. We’re looking forward to continuing to grow and strengthen our business between now and the end of 2017.”
CH Holdings, with almost 300 staff, was founded by Harry Brown in Glasgow. Originally trained as a gemmologist, Harry continues to run the company as CEO. The jeweller has been named Multiple Jewellery Retailer of the Year for three consecutive years and was also included in the London Stock Exchange 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain List.
Chisholm Hunter achieved revenues of £33 million (excluding VAT) at the end of the last financial year, almost 12% growth on the previous year.
Founded in 1857 on Chisholm Street, Chisholm Hunter first opened its doors in Victorian Glasgow. Originally known as the “Store of 10,000 wonders”, the shop stocked an eclectic array of rare treasures, including fine jewellery and precious gems sourced from all over the world. It quickly established a reputation for delighting even the most discerning customers with its wide variety of treasures and, as a result, enjoyed great success in its early years.