Style lovers are in for a real treat this Black Friday week, with Clogau Outlet offering up to 70% off its beautiful jewellery and watches*.

Clogau, which has been crafting enchanting jewellery containing rare Welsh gold for more than 30 years, is cutting its prices on selected Clogau Outlet pieces by between 50% and 70% until the end of Cyber Monday*.

It’s an unmissable opportunity to get a head-start on your Christmas shopping while bagging a bargain at the same time.

All jewellery from Clogau Outlet comes with a two-year warranty*, and there’s also a 30-day no-quibble returns policy, so you can shop with confidence.

With so many wonderful pieces on sale, we’ve put together a guide to the best Clogau Outlet Black Friday deals available online and in Outlet stores in Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks and Designer Outlet Bridgend.

Shop with confidence knowing all jewellery from Clogau Outlet comes with a two-year warranty

Clogau Outlet’s Black Friday bargains

Tylwyth Teg White Mother of Pearl Ring - was £540, now £162

Inspired by the rich history of Welsh folklore, this Tylwyth Teg White Mother of Pearl Ring is infused with magical charm. Set in 9ct yellow gold and adorned with 9ct rose gold containing rare Welsh gold, it features mother of pearl and natural brilliant cut diamonds.

Queens Jubilee Superbloom Garnet Pendant - was £260, now £104

The stunning "superbloom” of wildflowers which transformed the Tower of London’s moat into a colourful garden for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee is the inspiration behind this sterling silver and rose gold pendant containing rare Welsh gold. Set with a pearl, white topaz and an oval cut garnet providing a burst of vibrant colour, it also features a curb chain which can be worn at multiple lengths.

Cariad® Sparkle Double Chain Bracelet - was £119, now £60

The Welsh word “Cariad” is a term of endearment meaning 'beloved' or 'sweetheart'. Send a message of love with the wonderful Cariad® Sparkle Double Chain Bracelet, featuring a double beaded chain and a silver heart set with sparkling white topaz and a 9ct rose gold centre.

Onyx Signet Ring - was £189, now £95

This modern take on the classic signet ring is an expert blend of the elegant and the masculine. Cool sterling silver fashions the angular ring, onto which is crafted a striking onyx centrepiece bordered by an outline of warm 9ct rose gold containing rare Welsh gold.

The Onyx Signet Ring has been reduced from £189 to £95

Julien Macdonald x Clogau Facets Half Hoop Earrings - was £690, now £276

Designed in partnership with Welsh fashion designer Julien Macdonald, this collection embodies the joy of breaking free from limiting perceptions. These 9ct yellow gold earrings contain rare Welsh gold and are studded with dramatic black spinel.

Men’s Timeless Stainless Steel Watch with Black Strap - was £280, now £112

Impervious to changing fashions, this Men’s Timeless Stainless Steel Watch is elevated by the inclusion of rare 9ct Welsh rose gold. Accurate and elegant, the time is displayed on a plain style silver-tone face with matching hands, while a grained black leather strap deployed by a push button clasp ensures it sits comfortably on the wrist.

Cariad® Sparkle Wide Band Ring - was £139, now £56

A beautiful celebration of enduring love and friendship, the Cariad Sparkle Wide Band Ring is inspired by the Welsh word for love. It’s set in sterling silver and adorned with white topaz gemstones and 9ct rose gold containing rare Welsh gold.

The incredible Clogau story

Over the following decades, more than 2.5 tonnes of gold was extracted at the Clogau St David’s site

Centuries of mining at the Clogau St David’s site in Snowdonia, North Wales, had yielded only copper until the unexpected discovery of rose-hued gold ore in 1854. Over the following decades, more than 2.5 tonnes of gold was extracted.

Upon the first closure of the Clogau St David’s mining operation in 1911, a stockpile of gold was gifted to the British Royal Family, and the regalia used in the investiture of Edward as Prince of Wales was crafted using this Clogau gold.

Since 1923, many members of the Royal Family have used Welsh gold to craft their wedding bands, including Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana and Princess Catherine.

In 1989, North Wales businessman Bill Roberts chanced upon the abandoned Clogau St David’s mine and in 1992, the first jewellery appeared from Bill’s newly formed brand Clogau Gold of Wales Limited.

Just like modern-day Clogau jewellery, every piece contained rare Welsh gold from the Clogau mine.

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*Find the terms and conditions for the Black Friday sale here and two-year warranty and 30-day returns here.