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BREAKING NEWS: Laing jeweller empire reunited

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Scottish jeweller Michael Laing OBE, owner of Laing The Jeweller Ltd and Parkhouse The Jeweller Ltd (LEPH) has announced his retirement and the sale...

Laings of Glasgow lands one of only 500 Panerai Luminor box...

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Independently-owned family jewellers are frequently frustrated that they cannot get their hands on the best limited edition watches launched at SIHH and Baselworld. Too many...

Houlden Jewellers founder brings retirement date forward

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Houlden Jewellers has officially announced that the founding director of the group, Stuart Laing, will be bringing forward his retirement date. Laing was due to...

HOT 100 RETAIL TITANS: Wendy Laing & Joe Walsh

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Joe Walsh and Wendy Laing are the formidable power couple who have taken over the day-to-day running of Laings of Glasgow from Wendy’s father...

Christopher Ward slashes prices for Jumping Hours

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British-owned brand Christopher Ward, which makes its watches in Switzerland, has cut prices on several lines, despite the challenge of the rising value of...

Pickwick closure ‘a tsunami’ for UK watch leaders

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The UK watch industry has reacted with anger and despair at news that 'The Pickwick' pub in Basel has closed for business. As the news,...

EXCLUSIVE: UK buyers unfazed by Swiss franc rise

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  UK retailers have told WatchPro that they think that the soaring Swiss franc against the euro could be good for high end watch sales...

Five held over Argyll Arcade raid

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Police Scotland has reported that five men have been arrested following September's daylight smash and grab raid on jewellers in Glasgow's Argyll Arcade. The men,...

Laings of Glasgow signs up Officine Panerai

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Officine Panerai is the latest luxury watch brand to be offered at Laings of Glasgow, going on sale in store and online from November...

HOT 100 2014: Stuart Laing, Houlden Group

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Laings of Glasgow isn’t the only family jeweller in the UK that can trace its heritage back 175 years, but it remains one of...