Author Archives: Robert Cliff
Every year we end with an exclusive VIP Christmas event to celebrate and thank our clients, business friends and family for all their support throughout the year. Because we value the support of the community we donated a percentage of the night’s sales to Give & Take to support the wonderful work they do supporting […] …more »
Gemstones are beautiful and delicate stones that require great care to maintain long term quality. Try the master jewellers tips to cleaning and storing your precious gems. Diamond Using warm water, gently massage the diamond with a soft toothbrush to remove grease. Even though diamonds handle heat and wear well, mechanical cleaning may damage the […] …more »
Thanks to Channel 10 for having Robert Cliff on Studio10 with Natarsha Belling & Susie Elelman to share his insights on Opals. Did you know that Black Opals can be worth a higher value than diamonds. Find out more about your Opals by watching the full segment: …more »
James & Sarah – Customer Engagement
This lovely couple collected their beautiful new engagement ring on Saturday.
James works at David Jones in Castle Towers.
James & Robert designed their ring especially for Sarah, and needless to say she was surprised and elated when James proposed.
Just look at Her face! …more »
On Wednesday 25th November 2015, over 150 local dignitaries, business & community leaders, sponsors and our Platinum Club Members attended our Christmas evening of Fire & Ice! What a fantastic evening! Everyone enjoyed the great food, entertainment, prizes, etc. and exploring the incredible new range of luxury jewellery. On the night, the inaugural Robert Cliff […] …more »
Any purchase over $1,000 will select a Bon Bon from our Giving Tree to reveal a stunning piece of jewellery. Spend $1,000 and receive jewellery valued over $300 Spend $2,000 and receive jewellery valued over $500 Spend $3,000 and receive jewellery valued over $800 One lucky Bon Bon holds a $2,000 Robert Cliff Master Jewellers […] …more »
David’s photo received the most likes on our website competition page….and he is the well deserved winner of the Raymond Weil watch – valued at $2,150!! …more »