Founded as Boodle and Dunthorne, Boodles dates back from 1798 when its first shop opened in Liverpool. In 1910 it amalgamated with the Wainwrights, owners of another jewellers in Liverpool and the business has stayed with the Wainwrights ever since. A quality Jeweller, Boodles as grew to be Liverpool’s most prominent jeweller in the 20th century and as succeeded in opening stores in Chester in 1965 and Manchester in 1982.Nicholas and Michael Wainwright took control from their father in 1992 under their stewardship Boodles has opened several stores in London before expanding internationally during the 21st century, producing fine jewellery for the the current market today.Boodles have now nine stores to date including five in London; Savoy Hotel, New Bond Street, Sloane Street, The Royal Exchange and Harrods, three in North West England; Manchester, Liverpool and Chester) and one in the famous Dublin. Boodles keeping up with the current climate have announced it will sell jewellery from its website from summer 2012.If You are in the market to sell any item of jewellery in the boodles current or pre 2013 range then please don’t hesitate to contact us for a quote to purchase your unwanted boodles items of jewellery.Call direct on Free Phone: 0800 130 3304, or direct mobile:07961 304301, TEXT direct to this number for a faster response, or email, thanks for looking and I hope the website as been informative?





The Boodles Raindance Ring, Available to purchase from our sister website,, PLEASE CLICK HERE