With origins tracing back to 1735, the House of Garrard is the longest serving jeweller in the world. In its first year, it received its first royal commission and has since had a long and fruitful relationship with the British Royal family, which saw Garrard appointed as the first official Crown Jeweller in 1843. The House has served every subsequent British monarch since, as well as many other royal families around the world. Every piece is created in London with a delicate balance between tradition and design.
THE HOUSE OF GARRARD SHOWCASES SOME OF ITS EXQUISITE HIGH JEWELLERY SUITES AND LATEST COLLECTIONS.
The jewellery house continues to create iconic jewels that are still worn to this day. Fresh interpretations of these historic royal designs weave throughout the contemporary creations, which have been designed in London and handcrafted with care in the specialist workshop.
Amongst these was the White Rose high jewellery suite – a magnificent creation that harks back to a unique and royal gift from Garrard’s rich heritage. Inspired by the setting of the Cullinan V diamond for Queen Mary in 1911, the White Rose is centred around a pear-shape diamond surrounded by a series of radiating white gold lines. Showcasing the versatility of Garrard designs , the diamond centre can be detached and worn as an elegant and delicate brooch. Sitting alongside was the Kensington suite , consisting of a necklace, earrings and ring, all magnificently set with yellow and white Asscher and round cut diamonds.
Also on display was the Albemarle Abstract suite, comprising over 30 carats of white diamonds; an exception creation and a true embodiment of extraordinary heritage and stories that the House continues to represent. In an international exclusive preview, Garrard was also delighted to showcase its new 2020 collection, Aloria. Guests had the chance to purchase exquisite jewels bearing Garrard’s quintessentially British hallmark of history, craft and quality.