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Jeweller’s winning combination

PUBLISHED: 21:03 07 April 2014 | UPDATED: 21:03 07 April 2014

The restored barn that houses Leoro

The restored barn that houses Leoro

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Inviting clients to browse contemporary jewellery in an historic setting has proved a success for Leoro, based in a beautifully restored barn in the countryside just outside St Albans

An example of the jewellery available at the outletAn example of the jewellery available at the outlet

The company, headed by Raoul Sagal, represents several renowned collections of fine jewellers including Annamaria Cammilli, Brumani, Adolfo Courrier, Pesavento and Ziio.

Sagal, who has won awards for retail innovation as well as design and manufacturing, moved to the Old Brick Barn on Cottonmill Lane in 2011, although he has been in business for 26 years with a reputation for staying one step ahead in finding the next big designer brand and luxurious pieces that can be worn everyday. ‘A woman’s natural beauty can be illuminated with the right piece of jewellery. Our mission is to present and offer jewellery that will make every woman look and feel uniquely beautiful,’ he said.

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