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- Spend £195 on ChloBo jewellery and get a free necklace or spend £95 on ChloBo jewellery for a free bracelet!
- All NHS staff are entitled to a 27% discount as a reward for all their hard work.
- Are you a student or an apprentice aged between 16-26? If so, just register with Youth Discount and you will get 20% off all full price items.
- You will get a special John Greed voucher code when you spend £70 or more on their own brand jewellery.
- You will get free standard delivery when you spend £30 or more on John Greed branded jewellery.
- Sign up the email to find out about all the latest offers and news. You will also receive your own John Greed promo code to use for a 10% discount.
- Subscribe to the newsletter and get £10 off Thomas Sabo jewellery when you spend £75.
- There is free standard delivery available on all orders over £50. You don't have to worry about a John Greed discount code to get this offer.
- All Thomas Sabo jewellery includes free delivery with John Greed!
- Get free delivery on any Nomination purchase at John Greed Jewellery.
Shopping on John Greed
John Greed stores stock both it's own name brand of jewellery and some top fashion brands. Their designers include Nomination, Thomas Sabo, Swarovski and more!
They stock jewellery for both men and women, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, watches and rings.
Their collection for men uses tough yet good looking materials such as silver, leather and titanium to create durable and pleasing to wear men's jewellery.
Being masters in engraving, this is the perfect place to buy your weddings rings and have a special and unique message engraved on them.
What does John Greed offer?
John Greed provides products and jewellery that appeal to everyone. They have jewellery for men, women and children.
You will also find big-name brands alongside their own brand collection. Their collections include fine jewellery to theatrical and dramatic designs that are durable and stand the test of time. It is not just about the beauty but the wearability of the product too.
About John Greed
John Greed is a jewellery brand based in Lincoln. It was created after the founder, John Greed, decided that the jewellery on offer didn't fill his idea of passion, theatrics and make-believe so he decided to remedy this!
He had worked for years as a student on his sister's jewellery stand in Covent Garden so he started with an advantage and continued to build on that to create the well-loved brand we know today.
John Greed history
John Greed, born on the 14th of November 1966 in Wimbledon, always had an eye for design. You will be surprised to know that it wasn't always for fine jewellery though.
After attending a co-ed boarding school in Twickenham, he went on to study product design at Central Saint Martins University in London. He became a model maker and travelled all across the continent on his trusty bicycle, making models for extremely rich people, from whom he learnt a lot.
Then in 1991, aged 24, he decided he wanted to escape what he described as boring London routine. He decided to travel to Lincoln, accompanied as usual by his faithful bicycle and with £100 in his pocket.
He arrived on a Sunday and was shocked to see that the city was deserted. He was used to the constant hustle and bustle of London. He was taken in by its beauty too when he walked up the hill to find on one side the castle and the other the cathedral and an amazing square.
After just one week, he had decided that this was it, he wanted to stay. Even if his loyal companion, his bicycle, was stolen, he still decided that Lincoln was his home. He found his first workshop on Steep Hill. It was £11 a week and even though he had no money at the time, it was still a huge difference compared to London prices and decided to give it a go.
In his first studio, Manta Design, he sculpted pieces that were exhibited in London, Amsterdam and New York. He did some commercial work for companies like Liberties and the Conran shop. He also designed and created the world’s first monocoque fibre chair, that featured in the British Design Museum.
He then bought a shop a few doors down from his studio on Steep Hill and did all the renovations himself. Here he launched his jewellery range. His website then launched in 2005 and he expanded into the Terrace in Lincoln, a 3,000 sq foot piece of space to deal with the huge demand for his products.
Then in 2010, he opened his flagship store on Lincoln High Street. His company has continued to go from strength to strength with over 1 million visitors a month to the website.