Our Team

William Holland Whiting

William Holland Whiting

William is the Grandson of Herbert Ernest Holland – who founded Archer & Holland Jewellers in 1918.

Manufacturing jewellery since 1976 after completing a 4-year Jewellery Apprenticeship, William (Bill) has been making fine jewellery for over 40 years.

He enjoys the restoration of worn and antique jewellery as well as manufacturing new pieces and repairing all types of jewellery.

Meredith Whiting

Meredith Whiting

Meredith is co-owner of Archer & Holland and has been working at Archer & Holland for over 30 years.

A qualified diamond grader and pearl rethreader, she is very passionate about the jewellery industry.

She enjoys the relationships she has built over the years with customers of Archer & Holland.

Kate Whiting Cole

Kate Whiting Cole

Kate is a 4th generation Holland-Whiting family member, great-granddaughter to the founder Herbert Holland and daughter to Bill our Master Jeweller and Meredith our Store Director.

As a sales consultant, Kate loves the face-face interaction with customers; particularly viewing their reactions once their dream piece of jewellery is brought to life by the skilled hands of her dad. She has a background in diamond grading and business.

Kate would love to see the family business last another hundred years and beyond.

Ebony Whiting

Ebony Whiting

Ebony is the daughter-in-law of Bill and Meredith Whiting and has been with the company since 2015.

She has extensive experience in all aspects of jewellery and has been in the industry since 2006 working in sales, merchandising and jewellery repairs.

She’s highly professional with a fun outgoing personality and a passion for helping customers find the right jewellery to suit any occasion.

Martha Dimitriou

Martha Dimitriou

Martha has been with Archer & Holland since mid-2021, working in both the store and the workshop.

She is an Honours graduate from the University of South Australia where she specialised in jewellery and metal.

She loves working the shop floor and the bench, which allows her to bear witness to the life of a jewel – from its creation at the hands of its craftsman, to its ownership in the hands of its wearer.