Visit Catherine Best Jersey

Catherine Best is home to a variety of timeless ranges featuring limited editions, one off pieces and special commissions by Catherine herself.

Our Location

The beautiful Windmill is home to Catherine Best jewellers, which is the perfect setting to admire Catherine’s truly individual designs. The beauty of the Channel Islands, the colour of the sea, bays and landscape have inspired Catherine Best and her daughter Vikki Freeman to design unique, modern jewellery using exquisitely rare and luxurious gemstones to create truly individual pieces.

The Windmill at St. Peter

St Peter’s Windmill is the southernmost Windmill with sails in the British Isles. This beautiful and historic landmark dates back to 1837 and is made from Jersey granite. The weighbridge where grain used to be delivered for milling also survived and is a handy site for buses to stop at Catherine Best.

Jersey Studio & Shop

The studio is full of award winning creations using precious metals and a myriad of gemstones of the highest quality. People regularly tell us how much they enjoy browsing the collection of pendants, rings, bracelets and unique statement pieces. There is also a range of bronze sculptures, silverware and earthenware gifts. Jewellery prices start at £34 - £95 for silver, gold respectively and £599 for platinum; there is something for everyone. Our friendly staff create an unforgettable experience for all our visitors and make everyone feel at home.

Jewellery Manufacturing Workshop & Services

The beautiful Windmill is home to Catherine Best jewellers, which is the perfect setting to admire Catherine’s truly individual designs. The beauty of the Channel Islands, the colour of the sea, bays and landscape have inspired Catherine Best and her daughter Vikki Freeman to design unique, modern jewellery using exquisitely rare and luxurious gemstones to create truly individual pieces.

Things to do at the Windmill & vicinity

In addition to shopping in the showroom and watching the jewellery making process, the Windmill itself is a tourist attraction and stands 322 feet above sea level. It is the southernmost windmill in the British Isles. Set in tranquil manicured gardens in rural countryside, visitors can sit and relax in the sunny terrace underneath the Windmill's sails and have something to eat and drink from the cafe. There is an extensive car park, a rarity in Jersey, so take your time before heading off to the nearest beaches at St. Ouens and Grève de Leq, or the many cliff path walks and attractions in the area.