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A glossary of jewellery terms


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GRIMA

Andrew Grima was an anglo-italian jeweller. He opened a shop on Jermyn Street in 1966, as well as locations in Sydney and New York in 1970, Zurich in 1971, Tokyo in 1972, Lugano in 1987 and Gstaad in 1992. He was appointed jeweller to Her Majesty the Queen in 1970. Grima designed a collection of watches for Omega, the series entitled "About Time" in 1971. Andrew Grima died in Gstaad, aged 86 in 2007.

Jojo and Francesca, his wife and his daughter currently design and sell bespoke pieces from Gstaad and twice yearly shows in London.


Click here to see all the pieces we have in stock by Grima


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