A Hertfordshire jeweller has won big at an industry awards night, claiming two of the big awards at this years Jewellery Awards.

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery won in both the Bespoke Jewellery Retailer of the Year and Ethical/Sustainable Jewellery Business of the Year categories.

Organised by Retail Jeweller's UK, the ceremony (held this year at London's Old Billingsgate) is referred to as the Oscar's of the jewellery world.

The company (named after its founder) is headquartered in North Herts and one of their three shops is located in St Albans, with the others in London and Cambridge.

Suggested reading:

 • Emmaus Hertfordshire receives £50k donation from CPL Aromas

 • Join the Herts Ad for live General Election results tonight

 • Ed Davey and Daisy Cooper end campaign in Harpenden

After winning the awards, Harriet said: “To win two national awards is amazing, it’s also a huge compliment to hear we were clear winners in both categories- the competition in both areas can seem steep"

Judges on the night were said to have remarked that Harriet Kelsall were ''standout winners'' and that they "stood head and shoulders above the rest".

Founded in 1998, the company are no strangers to winning awards, having won more than 30 in their history.

They claim to have been 'trailblazers' for the concept of bespoke jewellery on Britain's high streets.