Depend on our jewellers with a wealth of experience to repair your watch. Whether the battery needs replacing or the face needs fixing, we provide a complete watch repair service.
Tailoring all jewellery repairs to your requirements, we revamp the appearance of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. For our repair prices, please visit us at our shop in Hull or contact us.
Find your perfect piece of jewellery from our family-run jewellers in Hull, East Yorkshire. Established in 1852, Henry Hird Jewellers is one of Hull’s most recognised and oldest jewellers. Steeped in history, we sell bespoke pieces as well as offering a complete jewellery repair service. Although our business was founded in 1852, our values have remained the same, and we are known for our exceptional customer service, meticulous attention to detail, fair prices, and expertise. Our friendly and helpful staff with a wealth of industry experience are always on hand to help you find the perfect solution for your jewellery needs. Furthermore, as most repairs are completed in-house, we are able to restore your item within a short amount of time which is something that we take immense pride in. From providing beautiful pieces of jewellery that are perfect for special occasions to engraving sentimental items and providing a complete repair service, we meet all your jewellery requirements. Visit our shop or contact our friendly team today to enquire about our services.
We cater for all members of the public, we provide a range of jewellery items at outstanding prices. Our shop is ideally located on Hessle Road in Hull and is easily accessible.
Hull’s oldest jewellers, Henry Hird Jewellers has been run by members of just two families since it's opening in 1852 and has become a well-known and respected firm which provides good old-fashioned service from people who care.
Henry Hird was originally located on Cumberland Street in Hull. Henry Hird found a growing market for luxuries in the bustling port of Hull. The customers who were mainly fishermen, local seamen & dockworkers working in Hulls bustling ports when home from a long journey would come and spend their hard earned wages locally known as "the 3 day millionaires". In 1900 the shop relocated to 270 Hessle Road, it's current location.
Henry Hird died in 1921, Henry Cook Hird who was currently running the shop invited Phyliss Price for a 2 week trial which lasted 69 years, during this period Phyliss took over the business and employed her son David Whincup in 1956, who worked there until 1997. David's sister Yvonne Smith took over the running of the shop in 1997. Yvonne had helped in the shop for most of her life whilst maintaing her career as a midwife / district nurse.
Today Henry Hird is ran by Phillip Smith, Yvonnes son with help from Phillip Gray, Sandra Cole and Michelle.