Charles Green Wedding Rings

18 February 2017

Charles Green Jewellery established his signet ring manufacturing business in 1824 at premises in Brearley Street West, Birmingham. His son, Charles Green junior, was admitted into the partnership in 1863 and the firm was renamed Charles Green & Son.

When the elder Charles Green died, the firm was left in the hands of his sons Charles and George. When George left the partnership in 1876, Charles remained as the sole partner of Charles Green & Son until his death in 1906. Charles Green & Son was left to two of his sons: Lionel Augustus and Roland. Simon Green’s sons, Tom and Adam, were next in line and they became the sixth generation of Greens to do so. Since 2008, Tom Green has been the chairman of Charles Green.

Charles Green Jewellery from Nettletons Jewellers Clitheroe are specialists in creating fine gold, platinum and palladium jewellery. The gold is available in 9ct, 18ct and 22ct. The platinum that is used in Charles Green Jewellery has ruthenium added to ensure it is of the highest quality. Charles Green Jewellery from Nettletons Jewellers Clitheroe exclusively use ‘conflict free’ diamonds in their diamond rings that are at least SI1 clarity and H colour.

Charles Green’s highly skilled craftspeople use time-honoured methods combined with modern technology. They offer a large range of products, with new designs being added regularly. Charles Green Jewellery from Nettletons Jewellers Clitheroe also offer a custom service should you require something unique.

Charles Green Jewellery are committed to the highest standards of quality and service, and this is why the company has been a popular choice for wedding rings for so many years.