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About Us

Michele started her jewellery manufacturing apprenticeship in 1979 in TareeMichele started her jewellery apprenticeship in 1979 in Taree. This picture shows her soldering metal pieces together in the production of a piece of jewellery.

The difference between a jeweller who has completed their apprenticeship and those that simply own jewellery stores is that the former can actually make jewellery, therefore the knowledge required about jewellery is much higher.

1983 - Michele opened a small kiosk in the Forster Shopping Village.
1988 - The business had continued to grow and needed more space. Michele's moved to large premises in the Forster Shopping Village. These premises include space for two jewellers working at the bench and a wide range of jewellery and watches on display.

1994 - Michele opened a second store in Wharf Street, Forster in 1994, till 2000. But in 2000, rejoined both shops togeather.

Micheles Jewellery in Tuncurry NSW2006 - With major changes to the shopping centre & a takeover from Stocklands Micheles relocated to Manning Street, Tuncurry and has continued her successful business.
Michele has indentured young locals into the trade of jewellery and has had school juniors for work experience throughout the last 20 years.

Michele has always been involved in sport, especially hockey and triathlon. This is where Michele has drawn her inspiration for her range of Sporting Jewellery which now covers almost all sports.
Represented the Australian 35s Women's Hockey Team Represented the Australian 35s Women's Hockey Team 2000 - 2005