A Sydney jeweller says she’s opening a new jewellers outlet in Sydney’s north on Sunday.
The Royal Australian Mint is also set to open a store in the CBD and in the outer suburbs of Wollongong and Geelong.
The Perth Mint is located in a former petrol station on West Bank Street.
“I’ve been very lucky to have the opportunity to open up a jewellery shop in the south and the north,” said Victoria Mint employee Lisa Taylor.
“They’re both very beautiful places and I think it’s just good for the community.”
“It’s really nice for the people who come to town and for the shoppers in the area, I think that’s really good for everyone,” Ms Taylor said.
The new store is to be named the Royal Australian Goldsmiths & Jewelers in Sydney.
“It was really a very happy moment for us to be able to open this shop,” Ms Miller said.
“We had a lot of interest from people in the community.”
For us, it was just a really exciting moment to open our store in that part of the city and really open the doors to the community and the community in general.
“She said the shop would be open seven days a week and offer jewellery, necklaces, neckwear, neckware, earrings and jewellery accessories.”
The shop is definitely very small and very intimate,” she said.
Ms Miller said the new store was the first in Australia to be opened by the Royal Family and would be a very “tough, strong” and well-established shop.”
This will be a bit more of a niche store that will cater to the larger group of people that come into town, but we’ve got a great community behind us,” she told news.com:au.”
People are going to want to come in and shop and I would like to see us grow in the future.””
We’re very fortunate that we have a local jeweller that is really dedicated to bringing the best of our products and services to our customers.
“The Mint said the opening would help to improve the brand and attract customers to the store.”
While the opening of this shop is not the first time we have had a local jeweler open up in Sydney, we hope it will be the first for many years to come,” Ms Tana said.