Garrard, the international jeweller, has a cultural heritage of unparalleled richness which was founded by master goldsmith George Wickes, who received his first Royal Commission from the Prince of Wales in 1735.
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 world.
With our rich heritage, attention to craftsmanship and design ethos, Garrard meets the challenge of harnessing its unique past with modern day relevance in their lavishly seductive collections.
Garrard is honoured to serve as the holder of the Royal Warrant of Appointment to the Prince of Wales.
Garrard is synonymous with fine craftsmanship and impeccable design. It is this careful attention to detail that led Queen Victoria to bestow the honour of Crown Jeweller to Garrard in 1843. Garrard has since served six successive Sovereigns, with its service especially evident prior to each Coronation.
Garrard’s legacy of devotion to the highest degree of workmanship has been the company’s trademark since the first designs drew the attention of the world.