About Weston Beamor

Weston Beamor was founded in the 1940’s by John Beale, father of one of it’s current directors Vivian Fuller, who with her husband and groups Chairman, Patrick Fuller, have overseen its ongoing growth and development. As the first jewellery lost-wax company in the UK, Weston Beamor subsequently established Domino to supply jewellery components and semi-finished jewellery to the trade in 1983.

Both Domino and Weston Beamor are leaders in their field, maintaining pre-eminence through a dedicated and forward looking team and heavy investment in the technology required to keep its facilities at the forefront of a rapidly changing market.

Weston Beamor is a member of The National Association of Jewellers and a supporter of the aims of the Responsible Jewellery Council and The Kimberley Process.

For more information on the company's ethical policies please see the following:
Company Integrity and Ethics Policy
The Responsible Jewellery Council
Corporate Social Responsibility Report

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