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DWG Sponsors - Ennell Jewelers

Tuesday, 29th April, 2014 3:24pm
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DWG Sponsors - Ennell Jewelers

Stunning Jewels at Ennell Jewelers

DWG Sponsors - Ennell Jewelers

Stunning Jewels at Ennell Jewelers

“We are absolutely delighted to be association with the Dream Wedding event”, confirmed Anna Mai Bradley who is the proprietress of Ennell Jewelers in Pearse Street. One of the most successful jewellery businesses in Mullingar, it has been in existence for more than thirty years, having been established by Anna Mai’s late mother, Terri McGuinness. Anna Mai, who has been running Ennell Jewelers for more than ten years, said that the firms’ involvement in the promotion has already been a marked increase in business.

“Purchasing jewellery is a very private matter for many people, particularly me and they are often reluctant to come in and look at goods on display in the shop”, revealed Anna Mai. In a bid to overcome this shyness, Ennell Jewelers has a private viewing room for the benefit of customers. “We will be only too happy to allow our clients to browse over our range in the viewing room, where they will enjoy the full attention of our assistants”, she stated.

A particular service which Anna Mai offers is handmade wedding rings to match engagement rings and it is proving very popular. “We will also offer 10% off gifts for a couple’s bridal party, including bridesmaids, best man and groomsman”.

Ennell Jewelers carries an extensive range of jewellery and along with providing the couple with their rings; Anna Mai can also do the full range of jewellery for the bride. And to top of their package, Anna Mai announced that a free wedding coin will also be supplied as part of the service.

Further information on the full range of jewellery available can be obtained via ennelljewellers@eircom.net.

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