Our collections are constantly changing.
Please visit our showrooms to view the entire range.
View our entire range.
The single stone diamond ring is a timeless classic.
Add a little more design with a two or three stone ring.
Diamond clusters offer vintage appeal and beauty.
A simple and effective alternative to diamonds.
Browse our selection of exclusive diamond engagement rings
A little extra sparkle to set off your engagement ring.
Stylish and classic design that never dates.
Choose from diamond set or plain wedding and eternity rings.
So not just your eyes sparkle.
Just a little extra sparkle.
Add a little more design with a dress ring.
A fascinating mix of Italian culture and creativity.
Find the perfect gift from our range of jewellery and dress rings.
We have always taken personal pride in holding traditional principles
and bringing exquisite jewellery to Northern Ireland
Fred J Malcolm Ltd opened for business in 1926 at 18, Chichester Street, where we still occupy our landmark store with its Edwardian listed shop front opposite the City Hall in Belfast.
The business was acquired by the Watt family in 1968. It is still run on a daily basis by the third generation, Neil and Martin Watt. A second store was opened in Botanic Avenue in 1982, which subsequently relocated to the Lisburn Road in 2002. Through the years we have seen many changes in our business, but we have always taken personal pride in upholding the traditional principles on which the business was founded and bringing exquisite jewellery to the people of Northern Ireland.
Many of our customers are third and fourth generation also! Our experience, along with that of our longstanding and experienced staff, will provide you with the reliable and dependable knowledge necessary for your important purchase. We are aware that you want your visit to be a memorable experience and that you expect courteous and personal service. This is what we strive to offer. We all take personal pride in upholding the values upon which Fred J Malcolm was founded in 1926. We are keen for your valuable business so please call in and experience our difference!
Recognised as an expert in diamonds , emeralds and pearls. Fredrick J Malcolm began his business career with Sharman D. Neill at 12, Donegal Place, in 1894 and continued until 1927.
Lease is approved to move into 18 Chichester Street.
Mr and Mrs Malcolm found strolling in Bangor.
Fred J Malcolm died on February 22nd 1940.
Owners Mr Mallagh and Mr Downing approve brothers William and Stanley Watt as new directors.
Eldest son of William Watt joins the business aged 17.
Brother Gary joins 2 years later.
Neil, Gary and Martin are appointed directors.
Gary and cousin Martin Watt open a branch in Botanic Avenue.
The Botanic Avenue store relocates to the stylish Lisburn Road and takes on a modern glass and steel facade.
The Chichester Street shop expands and undergoes a major interior renovation making it a luxury destination shop in the city centre.
The Lisburn Road branch gets an interior face lift to bring it into line with modern trends and shopping needs.
Chichester Street Branch open until 9pm every evening until 24 December. Both branches closed 25 and 26 December.