JM LEECH Jewellers has been marking milestones and making memories in Echuca since 2008.
‘‘It is always a wonderful feeling to help someone find that special piece they have been looking for,’’ store manager Shalon Carter said.
‘‘To think that we have helped create a memory is always exciting, from that birthday gift to helping someone select the perfect gift for a 60th wedding anniversary.
‘‘The most exciting and rewarding moment is being part of creating history with an engagement ring.’’
Owned by Adam and Anna Touhy, JM Leech stocks all the latest brands including Von Treskow, Olivia Burton, Fossil, Georgini, Daniel Wellington and Cluse — just to name a few.
‘‘We also have a wide range of engagement rings and wedding bands,’’ Shalon said.
‘‘We stock everything you would need for that special person or to spoil yourself. We cater for all your shopping needs from a simple pair of elegant earrings to that amazing sparkling diamond pendant.’’
Shalon said rose gold jewellery was always popular.
‘‘We have also seen a shift in coloured stones especially pink diamonds,’’ she said.
‘‘We have a stunning range of pink diamonds called blush pink diamonds which is set to arrive soon.’’
JM Leech watches comes with an extended 12 month warranty and free batteries for the life of the watch (conditions apply).
The business also has free ring sizing on all rings sold, a 30 day risk free policy (conditions apply) and free cleaning on all jewellery sold.
‘‘We are also experts in design, remake and remodelling,’’ Shalon said.
‘‘JM Leech Jewellers is a family owned business that has been around since 1928.
‘‘We have the history and the experience behind us to offer excellent customer service and product knowledge, along with a store full of amazingly stunning jewellery to tempt.
‘‘Our Echuca team are all local, we know the town and enjoy being part of the local community.
‘‘We pride ourselves on outstanding product knowledge with constant training, paired with excellent customer service.
‘‘We also sponsor the local community in various sporting and social events.’’
Shalon encouraged people to shop local.
‘‘It’s no surprise that people shop online these day with the convenience of it, however, you miss out on the small personal touches that you can get in store,’’ Shalon said.
‘‘That includes the friendly face, the product knowledge and the experience. Shopping local creates jobs within our community; it keeps the money in the town.
‘‘We offer all the small personal touches that you might not find anywhere else.’’
For information visit, jmleech.com.au or search the store on Instagram or Facebook.