04 Aug Win £2,000 to spend on Wedding Rings at Dytham Jewellers with The Wedding Wonder Show (Competition Closed)
We’ve teamed up with the lovely people over at Dytham Jewellers to give away £2,000 to spend on your very own designed and handmade wedding rings and bands!
** Competition Closed **
Dytham Esq Jewellers opened in 2008 with the idea of bringing workshop knowledge and experience to the customer. Since then they have progressed and diversified into other areas to continuely bring new and modern innovations to their customers.
In 2015 they under went a shop revamp to move forward and adapt the business. We also rebranded and became Dytham Jewellery Designers to create a name which highlights their bespoke service.
Gain extra entries into the competition!
You can gain up to 3 extra entries into this competition by visiting Dytham Jewellery at the following events. The Biscuit Factory – 21st August, Crowne Plaza – 4th September & St. James’ Park – 30th October – Simply fill in the programs at each of these events and hand back to a member of staff you can quadruple your chances of winning this amazing prize!
If you’d like to know more about Dytham Jewellers visit their website over at: www.dythamjewellery.co.uk
Terms and Conditions
To have your wedding rings designed and handmade at Dytham Jewellery designers. The value is a maximum £2000 from Dytham Jewellery Designers, any value left over is not credit for the shop or will not be given in a form of monitory value. If there is a premade wedding ring that we have designed and handmade, this can be purchased. The full design experience takes around 6 weeks starting with the design consultation – shorter timescales can be discussed. If the value of the rings is over £2000, the difference is to be paid by the winner. Deadline of use of credit is end of July 2017. The prize may not be exchanged for any other service or goods at Dytham Jewellery Designers.
Appointment must be booked via online, email or telephone. Winner will be announced and contacted by phone on 10th November