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Jewellery Reunited

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Jewellery Reunited is a service run by The Guild of Jewellery Designers to help reunite lost or stolen jewellery with its rightful owner.

 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Register your unique serial numbers to cover the amount of items that you want to protect.

Send your jewellery off to the engraver of your choice to have the serial numbers applied to your jewellery items (Two sizes available, Standard 2mm and Discrete 1mm;  2mm height shown).

We recommend laser engraving to achieve a crisp, easily read, mark.

GETi Laser Engraving – Birmingham

REGISTER SERIALS HERE

WHAT IF I LOSE MY JEWELLERY?

Relax and don’t panic! It might still be in the house so keep on looking.

In the meantime, if you have really lost it and it gets found, the finder will look at the jewellery for any identifying marks, locate the serial number and web address and then visit our site to enter the code and start the process.

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

An email is automatically sent from our site to you with details of the person who found it and the item of jewellery.

You can then contact the finder directly to arrange collection or delivery of the item.

Offering a reward for the return helps to encourage the finder to initiate the reuniting process.

HAVE YOU FOUND AN ITEM OF JEWELLERY?

Fantastic! You’re about to make someone’s day by reuniting them with their lost jewellery – there may even be a reward!

Please click the link to enter the serial number on the jewellery to email the owner and begin the process.

ENTER SERIAL NUMBER

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