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With interest in reviving and recycling heirloom jewels at an all-time high, discover how legendary jewels like the Lover's Knot Tiara have been brought back to life by different generations of the British Royal Family, reminding us of their historical significance.
Written By Melanie Grant
Balancing iconic silhouettes with delicate shades of precious stones, Garrard introduces colour to its Wings Embrace designs.
A key moment in Garrard jewellery history, the iconic setting of Princess Diana's sapphire engagement ring informed the uniquely elegant designs in the 1735 collection.
It has always been of vital importance to Garrard that we respect the valuable resources that make what we do possible: nature’s raw materials, our skilled staff, and the expert hands of our craftspeople.
A visit to our flagship boutique on Albemarle Street in Mayfair is a fascinating trip through the history of royal patrons and jewellery in London.
There are certain design signatures that are woven into our DNA at Garrard. An enduring reminder of our regal past, discover the elegant motifs that weave their way through our jewellery designs and continue to inspire our designers today.
A stone of exceptional rarity and beauty, the 118.88 carat royal blue Burmese sapphire cluster brooch was named in honour of the 65th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation.
The days leading up to HM Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation were a whirlwind of planning, preparation and last-minute adjustments, with Crown Jeweller Garrard at the heart of it all.