OUR CHRISTMAS CLOSING 2020 🎄🎅🏼
Presman Mastermelt we will be closing at midday on Thursday 24th December and will reopen after the New Year on Monday 4th January.
💍 Jewellery Processing Deadlines 💍
For payment before Christmas
‣ Jewellery sweep and full assays: Wednesday 9th December
‣ Jewellery melt and full assay: Thursday 17th December
‣ Jewellery melt and Au/Ag assay: Monday 21st December
As we are always extremely busy in the weeks leading up to Christmas, please take note of these job processing deadlines for pre-Christmas payment.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a sweep collection today!
Don’t leave it too late!
*Updated 5th Jan 2021*
Presman Scrap counter & Postal Service
Presman’s scrap counter will be running an appointment only service, between Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm.
The registered scrap postal service will continue as normal offering BACs, Cheque and Cash payments.
IMPORTANT: Please make sure you enclose in the parcel your full details along with any temporary address changes, to avoid payment delays.
Sweeps – Lemel – Workshop Waste
The Mastermelt office will also be running an appointment only service between Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm for dropping off lemels, sweeps and all workshop waste for processing.
Alternatively, If you would like to have your material collected by one of our smiley reps, please contact us on 0207 400 3400
Turning his gold dust into cash.
We teamed up with the celebrity jewellery and YouTube blogger Bobby White, to give you a short informative video explaining what happens to his bench lemel.
Watch how Bobby sweeps up his bench lemel, to melting down into a bar and then into cash.
Congratulations to Lola (aka Miss Postitive)
Today we celebrated 6 years of Lola working for Mastermelt with not a single day’s sickness.
As a thank you for her hard work and commitment, we marked the occasion by presenting her with a certificate of achievement and the latest Apple Watch ⌚️
Thank you Lola!
What an evening!
On Friday 13th December Presman Mastermelt sponsored and announce the winner of the Workshop Employee of the year award, which was awarded to Martine Gregory at Lumbers Jewellers in Leicester.
Watch Martines interview…
About the event:
The 13th of December saw the 83rd British Allied Trades Federation’s Benevolent Society Ball take place at The St Johns Hotel Solihull, with Jewellery & Watch as Headline Sponsor.
Incorporated within this longstanding annual Charity Event were the National Association of Jewellers Member Awards, hosted by Harriet Kelsall NAJ Chairman and Simon Forrester NAJ Chief Executive.
The awards are designed to flag up all that is most excellent about the UK’s extremely diverse jewellery industry: its bright new talent, its design skills and creativity and its capacity to truly serve its customers whether they are other businesses, on-line jewellery buyers or the consumer in the High Street.
The Benevolent Society Ball attracts guests from the jewellery, giftware, surface engineering and luggage and leathergoods associations which are member organisations of the British Allied Trades Federation.
Well done to the other workshop employees on being shortlisted for Workshop Employee of the Year 2018.
We had a great time meeting you all, true talents!