Let Browns take the worry out of Christmas with interest-free credit
Date published: 11 September 2021
Browns Family Jewellers
Whilst Christmas may seem some time away yet, it will be here before we know it – we’re all familiar with the last-minute shoppers and the packed shops on Christmas Eve.
And with the events of the last year, some of us may already be thinking about how to ease the financial squeeze of 25 December.
This year, make a resolution not to leave everything to the last minute and know that you can sit at home without financial worry, as Browns family jeweller is providing interest-free credit on all full-price items.*
Browns is a reputable name throughout Rochdale – and one of Yorkshire’s leading high street jewellers – stocking an exquisite range of contemporary and timeless jewellery, stunning diamond engagement rings and watches from the most prestigious brands, all available in a chic new window display.
If you’re planning to pop the question to a loved one on Christmas morning, gift a classic timepiece or even treat yourself, spread the cost with Browns and walk away with your purchase in as little as 15 minutes.
First established in 1840, Browns Family Jewellers has built business on honesty, integrity and trust whilst maintaining traditional values – a unique approach ensuring Browns will remain as your first choice in years to come.
Make Browns Family Jewellers your first choice this Christmas.
Visit in store: 116 Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, OL16 1LA (Monday – Saturday from 9am to 5pm)
Tel: 01706 307150
*Terms & conditions apply. Minimum £500 spend; offer not available on discount items.
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