F.Hinds has declared the opening of its new Chapelle shop in the new West Midlands Designer Outlet in Cannock, bringing Chapelle’s portfolio up to 13 outlets.

The retail outlet is fitted with “modern” furnishings and reportedly presents discounts of at minimum 30% off RRP. Chapelle shares a vary of diamonds, jewellery and presents, and features expert services this kind of as important steel recycling, jewellery and view repairs, valuations, insurance and far more.

The opening marks the first new keep less than the Chapelle banner considering the fact that F.Hinds rescued the outlet professional from administration in February 2019.

Since the acquisition, the sixth-technology household jeweller was in a position to help you save 12 of the Chapelle outlets along with the e-commerce operation, and the firm welcomed 80 additional workers members to the broader team.

F.Hinds now operates 128 retail stores in complete and employs more than 900 team across England and Wales.

Andrew Hinds, chairman and diamond customer at F.Hinds and Chapelle, claimed: “We are delighted at how properly Chapelle has performed given that it grew to become component of our relatives. Immediately after a 12 months of resetting followed by the pandemic, Chapelle is now likely from power to power.

“We are thrilled to be equipped to transfer to the upcoming stage by opening this store. It is in the country’s newest outlet centre and is now drawing website visitors from across the West Midlands.”

Jeremy Hinds, revenue director at F.Hinds and Chapelle, added: “We warmly welcome the new users to our staff, including the experienced employees transferring from regional F.Hinds suppliers.

“Our Chapelle offer you is getting to be progressively more powerful and the quantity of models that want to work with us is increasing. This is because we present them with an unrivalled channel to clear their past season merchandise in a top quality location, without the need of impacting – certainly, most likely even aiding – their substantial street stockists.”