Nov 10

Chamilia is a Jewellery brand which, although though not so dissimilar with Pandora, also allows its customers to express themselves, with interchangeable designs for every occasion.   Every season Chamilia introduces fresh, new designs and collections, so shopping for Chamilia can be an absolute delight, and a wonderful opportunity to create a piece of Jewellery that truly feels like your own.

For a great shopping day out in Manchester, we’ve compiled a list of the very best shops to visit!

Ernest Jones

Unit 2, 1 King Street


M2 6AW

Phone: 01618347930

Ernest Jones

97 The Arndale Centre


M4 3AB

Phone: 01618397040

H Samuel

7 – 7A Upper Mall

Arndale Centre


M4 2EA

Phone: 01618351317

Arthur Kay & Brother

2 Market Street


M1 1PT

Phone: 01618323983

H Samuel

Unit 19 Fort Shopping Centre


M8 8EP

Phone: 01618390922



One Response to “Chamilia Jewellery Stockists & Retailers in Manchester”

  1. Natalie Richards Says:

    I just have some feedback to share with regards Burn Jewellers who I recently purchased my Mum’s 60th birthday present for… They have a number of stores around Greater Manchester and Lancashire. I wish it was a positive experience!

    I explained to the sales assistant that Mum’s birthday was in a couple of weeks and so I wanted to get her a number of charms on the bracelet, including the pram (her first grandson has arrived) and the dog in a well as a few others and they didn’t have any of the ones I wanted in stock, so I resorted to buying a few charms with a view to swapping them as and when they did eventually receive stock in. She explained that we had 30 days so that was no problem (then denied it at our later meeting).

    I explained what had happened to my sister and she managed to find the pram and dog charms at a different retailer. I then revisited Burns (Wigan store on this occasion) and explained that I wished to return three charms and be refunded (the box hadn’t even been opened so to resell wouldn’t have been an issue). They blankly refused and pointed to a sign which stated “instead of our usual 30 day returns policy, we are offering credit or exchange on christmas gifts”. As this was not a Christmas gift I understood that this wouldn’t apply to me and I would be given a refund. Alas, they then explained that their company policy was to credit or exchange, therefore making the sign a nonsense as it suggested that the new Christmas approach was different than at any other time of the year, which is not the case.

    I was misinformed at the point of sale and would not have purchased the three extra charms on that day if I had known they would be so inflexible. A credit note would be fine if the stores ever had any stock in but as they don’t, I’m not sure how I’m going to spend my credit note…

    If I had had a better experience with Burns, I would definitely have returned for more charms and other gifts, but will now be visiting Prestons of Bolton for better customer service hoping for a more reasonable response when buying products in good faith… I realise that Burns were not obliged to refund me, however, sometimes it pays to be nice and I would have spent a whole lot more in future if this initial refund hadn’t left me so disappointed at the lack of service and the manner in which this was dealt with so unprofessionally thorughout by all members of staff who watched on the dialogue and chipped in without adding anything constructive!

    Here’s hoping my experience enables others to avoid being stung and treated with disdain at Burns…


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