Winchester-based Jeremy France Jewellers ran a guess the number of diamonds in a bespoke diamond shaped ice sculpture to raise money for charity.

On Thursday 30 November, Jeremy France Jewellers hosted its annual ‘Christmas Champagne Evening’. As part of the jeweller’s continued support for local charity The Murray Parish Trust, Jeremy hid an unknown number of diamonds inside a bespoke diamond shaped ice sculpture.

Guests generously made donations to guess the number of diamonds inside the sculpture with the winner taking home a £250 gift voucher.

The three-story showroom was transformed into a Winter Wonderland with handmade decorations running throughout.

Jeremy France Jewellers have been supporting The Murray Parish Trust since summer 2016 with the aim of raising £10,000. They’ve been raising money through hiking up Snowdon, sponsored the Trust’s glitzy Odd Ball and hosting a variety of glamorous events in-store. Very soon, the family jewellers will tot up and announce how much they’ve raised so far!

The bespoke diamond shaped ice sculpture
The bespoke diamond shaped ice sculpture


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