Posted by Sally on 16/10/2012
Hi, for the time being we thought it would be a good idea to show some images of display stands that we have put together for some of our clients. It just gives an idea of how attractive T&G jewellery can look when thoughtfully arranged.
We believe where possible the stands should not be overcrowded.
On the other hand if product is selling well it is better to keep the display topped up with some variety and looking interesting.
Posted by Sally on 10/09/2012
Inspired by her daughters' love of jewellery, Sally Hicks established T&G Jewellery - selling beautiful, funky, chic and affordable accessories to selected retail outlets.
Recognising the need for stylish quality jewellery that is both classic and contemporary, the T&G range offers everything from colourful friendship bracelets, stylish rings, an attractive range of leather bracelets and silver bangles - perfect for layering - adding beauty and glamour to any outfit and occasion, whilst at the same time being versatile and appealing to all ages.
The team frequently travel to Paris where much of the collection is sourced - working closely with companies who have their own in house design teams.Attention to detail is carried through every step of the design process, even the packaging is beautifully stylish – with every product presented in an organza bag tied with a ribbon.
Perfect jewellery for walking the dog, strolling in the park, sailing in Cowes, playing polo, watching tennis, jazzing up jeans, parties, proms, summer balls, weddings - T&G Jewellery - perfect for any season or occasion.
The T&G collection is fun, fashionable and ever evolving - the perfect gift for friends, mothers, daughters and sisters or simply a gorgeous treat for yourself!
Posted by Paul on 22/12/2011
“What’s been happening this week?” I hear you shout. Well, a LOT, as usual. How exciting it is following the exciting lives of exciting individuals.
Firstly, all of us at Tilley & Grace would like to wish Harry massive congratulations for WINNING Strictly Come Dancing 2011. What a show, what a show. We are not the only ones wishing him well, however. The children of the Kariandusi village ( Remember we support the Kariandusi School Trust charity) have their own take on how ‘it’s’ done, as demonstrated in the following video…
Would Harry have been victorious if he was up against these lot? It would be a close contest. I can hear Bruno now – “Harry! D’ou are bootiful! Bootiful! Ze way d’ou move make me crazy! But zees boys and girls, zey ‘ave zumthing amazing!!’
Who knows? The above sentence is a purely fantastical creation from my own mixed up little mind.
Secondly of course it was Christmas Day just a few short hours ago. I hope you all had a wonderful day. Was everyone wearing their Christmas jumpers? I, being the organsational animal that I am, took the liberty of knitting each member of my family a jumper from the book below
You are welcome.
Check back in a couple of days for all tips and tricks to ensure a fun-filled, unmortifying New Year.
Posted by Sally on 08/12/2011
I’m new here. You’re new here. We’re all new here. We need some ice-breakers.
The first thing we could talk about is Tilley & Grace. We are a jewellery company and we sell things like this
and this and this
You might have already known that, given you’re on our website. But just in case. What we really want to do is to help you look good, but not break the bank. We also want to do some good in the world, which is why we’re connected to an African charity, called Kariandusi, and 10% of everything you buy here goes straight to helping feed children in Kenya. So you can spread a little love, and a little cash, and know that it is for a very worthy cause.
The second thing we could talk about is moustaches. Now I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “Oh for god’s sake. I only JUST FINISHED having a conversation about moustaches.” But given the fact that we’ve just come out of Movember (for those of you that don’t know, this is men growing moustaches in November to raise awareness for prostate cancer); I think I can justify these pictures. Then again, maybe not these particular pictures, as I’m pretty sure none of these men were taking part in Movember. Mainly because two of them have been dead for over 30 years and one’s a baby. Whatevs.
The third thing, and possibly the most exciting thing, is that on Thursday we OFFICIALLY entered Christmas territory. CHRRIIIIISSSSSSSSSSTTTMMASSSSSSSSS!!!!! Cue Slade, Wizard, irritating cousins and passive aggressive mothers-in-law. Christmas: the ultimate rollercoaster. To get in the mood, I decided to make a list of the best things about Yuletide.
Good: Yes! Finally, the new Chanel eyeliner. I am going am going to look sooo good…
Bad: What the..? What IS this? Why the dangly bits? NO I don’t want to wear it now. DAD, I SAID NO. Oh god…
Good: Guilt-free daytime drinking. It’s 2pm on a Tuesday and you’re on your second glass of fizz. Bliss.
Bad: The second is swiftly followed by a third, by which point your brother’s girlfriend is really starting to irritate you. She tells you how to peel the carrots; you tell her she has a voice like nails down a chalk board. Oops.
Good: You’re all together for the first time in ages; no distractions. You can reminisce about those times you were kids, when little Emily threw mashed potato at Mum’s back and blamed it on you..ha ha ha…
Bad: IT WAS YOU EMILY I REMEMBER. NO, YOU ALWAYS SAY THAT AND YOU’RE WRONG. I DON’T CARE. MUM! Don’t tell ME off…she started it…
Good: The turkeys done, the spuds are on the table and the brussels will be ready in just a minute. Entering the dining room it looks like you’ve just arrived at a country food fair. AMAZing.
Bad: 6000 calories later you’ve eaten your own body weight in carbohydrates and you’ve fallen into a food coma. You’re hallucinating. You know you should lift your face out of the turkey’s nether regions but you can’t move. Ian Beale’s just wandered out of the TV and it’s all you can do to rebuff his advances..
I just realised in what order I have put my ‘Best Things about Christmas’ list. Honesty sneaks up on you like that sometimes. And if you can’t be honest at Christmas, when can you be?