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Sparkle returns to Lambton Square

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28 November 2012

Sparkle returns to Lambton Square

The sparkle returns to Lambton Square just in time for Christmas with the re-opening of the newly refurbished Pascoes store.

Pascoes has been in Lambton Square for 31 years and re-opens on 29 November after undergoing renovations for the past seven months.

The seven-strong Pascoes team is looking forward to getting its new-look store back says Lambton Square store manager Tom Anderson.

“The historic store has been completely updated with modern fittings and fixtures wrapped up in the latest design,” says Mr Anderson who has been with the company for the past eight years after joining as a sales assistant.

“Shoppers get a great view of the merchandise from inside and out. The new layout includes more window space and a completely new interior design for more comfortable shopping.”

The only thing that hasn’t changed Mr Anderson says is the full range of quality diamond, gemstone, gold and silver jewellery available to customers. “Shoppers will also find a wide range of top watch brands such as Casio, Tissot, Seiko, Lorus, Pulsar, Citizen, Guess, Timex, Olympic and Elite.”

Pascoes the Jewellers Lambton Square is located at Shop 1 Lambton Square, 180 Lambton Quay, Wellington. Family-owned Pascoes the Jewellers is 106 years old and continues to be a leading name in jewellery and watches.

To view the collection, go to www.pascoes.co.nz

About Pascoes:

Pascoes the Jewellers is a family owned company with a long and proud history in the jewellery industry. Established in 1906 by James Pascoe, a fully qualified jeweller, the company has grown from one store in Auckland to 37 stores nationwide.

Pascoes the Jewellers stocks the largest range of jewellery and watches in New Zealand. With more than a hundred years of jewellery experience and dedicated excellence to customer service, Pascoes the Jewellers continues to be the leading name in jewellery in New Zealand.

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