Heirlooms

2018-09-04 06:20

HUSBAND and wife team Dean and Tracey Hendry opened their first shop in Gardiner Street, Durban, in 1991. After a few years, they moved to the old Heritage Market, where they spent 13 happy years, before moving to Hillcrest Corner when it opened 11 years ago.

Whether you’re looking for a special gift or something for your home, there’s something for everyone. From christening gifts to birthdays, wedding, anniversary and retirement gifts. They have an exciting selection of new silver jewellery as well as a carefully selected collection of pre-owned gold and diamond jewellery at a fraction of the new prices. They also stock crystal glasses and decanters, oil paintings, barometers, teddy bears and antiques and collectables.

There’s something very special about this family business, where good service is taken personally and you are bound to find something very special on every visit. Why not pop in and take a look. -Supplied

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