Birmingham Assay Office announces the appointment of Russell Jeans and Andrew Lee as new Wardens. Birmingham Assay Office is pleased to announce the appointment of new Wardens, Russell Jeans, Founder and CEO of Sefton & Associates, and Andrew Lee, Senior Board Executive, following the retirement of long-standing Wardens, Tim Clay and John Wood. Russell, a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and a postgraduate of Warwick Business School, has worked his way…
The Birmingham Assay Office is inviting children aged between 7 and 16 across West Midlands to design a unique logo that will signify ‘hope’ for the future. Like the Rainbow logo launched by the Birmingham Assay Office last year, the ‘hope’ logo will be used as an optional mark that can be applied to jewellery alongside a statutory hallmark.
The Birmingham Assay Office has begun their search for seasoned individuals to serve as Guardians.
Recognition of hallmarks From 1 January 2021, obligations to recognise equivalent EU hallmarks ended in Great Britain. For the Northern Ireland market EU hallmarks will continue to be recognised. • Any product already on the market before 1 January 2021 will continue to be legal. • Any new stock entering the GB market will require a UK hallmark or Common Control Mark. • Any new stock exported to EU members will require a mark recognised by those countries.
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