Take advantage of our wishlist feature
With the Forum Jewellers online wishlist, it’s simple and straightforward to send friends and family a shoppable list of your favourite pieces.
If you’ve got a special occasion coming up soon – perhaps a birthday or anniversary – why not use our wishlist feature to let your loved ones know exactly which of our beautiful pieces of jewellery you’d like to unwrap on the big day?
A handy wishlist also takes the stress out of Christmas shopping, by making it quick and easy for the people in your life to choose your perfect gift.
Simply create a Forum Jewellers account to get started (please note, you can create a wishlist without having a Forum account but you won’t be able to return to it later). Then click “Add to Wishlist” on any items you like. They’ll be stored on your wishlist and you’ll be given a unique link that you can share with friends and family.
From there, anyone who has access to your wishlist will be able to order online (with free deliveries on purchases over £45) or visit us in store to view the items in person before buying. If there’s a selection of items, we will put all the pieces out on a tray so they can see everything before making a final choice.
Is there someone in your life who’s difficult to buy for? Jewellery is always going to be a winner, so why not encourage them to do some window shopping on the Forum Jewellers website and create a list of their own?
To get started, why not browse our wonderful online selection of jewellery? From beautiful bracelets to statement necklaces, dazzling diamonds to unique birthstones, our range has something special for all jewellery lovers. Start exploring today. You can view your wishlist by clicking the heart in the top right corner.
“At Forum Jewellers, it’s all about our love for jewellery and people. Because we are so knowledgable about all our jewellery, you are assured of exceptional customer service – we’ve even won awards for it! We take the time to really get to know our customer’s requirements with trust, honesty…and no hard sell.“