The House of Garrard is the longest serving jeweller in the world.
Its origins can be traced back to 1735, when Frederick, Prince of Wales became its first royal patron. Over 275 years later, the ledger symbolizes the foundation of the oldest jewellery house in the world – Garrard has become one of the leading international jewellers, recognisable for creating iconic collections and one-of-a-kind pieces worn by Royalty and iconic figures around the
His order marked the start of a long relationship with the British royal family, formalised in 1843 when Queen Victoria appointed the House as the first official Crown Jeweller. Iconic jewels have been created for each successive generation, including the Duchess of Cambridge’s sapphire cluster engagement ring.
Silverware and trophies have also been commissioned over the centuries, among them the Royal Ascot Gold Cup. This rich past informs a creative present where heritage and design combine to bring out the beauty of the precious stone or metal. From tiaras to trophies and rings to regalia, every Garrard creation bears the quintessentially British hallmark of history, craft and quality.
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