As a small, family owned business, we want to actively support the community we live in however we can, just like you! The heart of the Hunter Valley, Singleton is surrounded by many wonderful attractions such as vineyards and restaurants, Hunter Valley Gardens, national gardens, agriculture, and mining. We want to become a true symbol of Singleton, too.
Our friendly, knowledgeable customer service team only want to provide you with a quality and personalised experience. They have been with us for many years and share our value of community, who know you like old friends.
Located on the corner of York and John Streets, we have a small private car park at the rear to provide easy access for our customers.
We are a jewellery store like few others; bringing luxury to our tight-knit community through our multi-showroom store with lounge area, relaxing music floating on the air, video documentary, and custom manufacturing and repair services. Where else in the Hunter can you find such a gem? We are always happy to hear compliments of how wonderful and unique our store is, we want our store to be as wonderful and different as the services we offer.
Value Assured — our price and service guarantee.
We do NOT overprice so we can then discount! From the very beginning, we make sure our prices are fair but competitive to bring you quality products for the best price!
We are members of Nationwide Jewellers, the largest jewellery buying group in Australia who have also created an inclusive network for business members to find support in each other (find out more https://nationwidejewellers.com/).
Scott Yeomans is an owner, manager, and onsite Master Jeweller with over 30 years of direct hands experience creating quality jewellery. Holding a GAA diploma in gemology and GAA certificate in diamond grading, he is constantly upgrading his knowledge both at work and home, as a handyman and father. A libertarian with conservative leanings, and a fan of science fiction – live long and prosper!
Linda Yeomans is an owner, manager, administration, and mother. Having done a number of jewellery courses, Linda is able to help out with jewellery repairs, does pearl and bead re-stringing, as well as helping on the sales floor. Primarily she does the accounts, pays, and tries to keep up with the website entering new stock as it comes to hand. Outside of work, Linda enjoys spending time with her family and even occasionally finds time to read a book. Dean Koontz is her favourite.
Joanne has been with the business since we opened. She is very knowledgeable and always goes above and beyond to deliver a tailored service and find exactly what you want. A valuable part of our sales team and enjoys a good chat with customers. In her personal time, she enjoys spending time with her family and going to church, helping out with both as much as she can.
Alison has worked in the jewellery industry for over 20 years, almost all of those here at Hunter Jewellers. She has completed various jewellery courses throughout her career and uses this knowledge to happily assist with your jewellery enquires. Alison has a particular interest in the working of watches and clocks. Alison also enjoys time with her family, especially her grandbabies, and going to church.
Being the daughter of the owners, Connie fell into the position of junior sales staff in 2016. A few years on, she specialises in jewellery design, engraving, ash resin jewellery, and social media management. Away from work, she enjoys playing Friday night soccer with her local women’s team, and has achieved her Diploma of Interior Design. Congratulations!
In 2013, for a Year 7 independent research project, she created a seashell collection of jewellery from scratch. First wax was carved to the design she wanted, a mold and casts were created in silver (by our specialists), and she finished them off by assembling and polishing into a pendant, earrings, and bangle. Scott was very happy to help with this project!
Making jewellery craft look easy and glamourous all dressed up in this picture (she wanted to work on it some more on our way out to dinner).