What a great night it was!
We were so pleased to have spent the evening enjoying the upbeat calypso music, amazing food and the great company of our loyal VIP clients. The evening went off without a hitch – everything according to plan. …more »
On Wednesday 6th September 2017, we were very proud to reveal our fabulous new showroom at Castle Hill, Castle Towers. Thank you to all our wonderful RCMJ friends and family for supporting and also celebrating with us at the re-opening of our beautiful new showroom. We were honoured to have the Hon. David Elliot MP […] …more »
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 »
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 »
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 »
We are always saying that we are “purveyors of happiness”; that being in the jewellery business is one of the most rewarding and joyful things anybody could do. We help people create and celebrate moments and our competition was designed to celebrate the act of “proposing” by rewarding a couple with wedding rings that will help ensure their ceremony is that little bit more memorable and joyful. …more »
A number of significant things happened thirty years ago. Apple released its first personal computer, Prince Harry was born, and Sir Elton John got married….to a woman! But to all of us at RCMJ, the most important event to occur all those years ago, yes even more than the invention of ‘Tetris’ and the marriage […] …more »