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About Garrard

Established in 1735, Garrard is the world's oldest jewelry house. Founded by George Wickes, the goldsmith to the Prince of Wales, Garrard received the honor of Crown Jeweler from Queen Victoria herself in 1843. Since then, the company has crafted opulent earrings, engagement rings and bridal jewelry, bracelets, necklaces, and other pieces for generations of British monarchs and dignitaries. Currently under the directorship of award-winning designer Stephen Webster, Garrard offers a full collection of women’s jewelry as well as men’s cufflinks, silverware, and perfectly cut gemstones that epitomize timelessness and elegance.

Past Sales Featuring Garrard

Sale Ended November 18, 2012

Noir: Garrard Fine Jewelry

Ready to feel like royalty? Step into a real-life fairy tale with Garrard’s stunning collection of fine jewelry, worthy of an Old World monarch. You’ll find regal sterling silver and white gold rings embellished with everything from engraved shields and sapphire wings to diamond dragon tails and Tahitian pearls. And don't miss the deco-inspired pendants, which boast black stones, daggers, and gothic crosses.

Sale Ended May 22, 2011

Fine Jewelry by Garrard & Stephen Webster

Feeling regal? In this sale, you'll find kingdom-inspired rings, necklaces, and earrings by Garrard—think motifs like royal crests, swords, and crowns—plus designs with a glam-rock edge thanks to pieces from Stephen Webster (also Garrard's creative director). Think necklaces, bracelets, and rings featuring dagger designs, tiger and gargoyle motifs, and more.

Sale Ended December 22, 2008

Garrard - 12/19/2008

The pedigree of this famous company dates back to its founder George Wickes who first entered his mark at Goldsmiths' Hall in 1722. In 1735, Wickes became firmly established when he went into business on his own. Soon after, he was appointed as goldsmith to the Prince of Wales. Each era produced pieces much sought after by antique connoisseurs of today. Garrard has famously been commissioned to design for royalty and aristocracy, ever since Queen Victoria bestowed the honour of Crown Jeweler on the company in 1843, Garrard has since served six successive monarchs. Garrard has been able to build upon rich heritage and harness its unique past while always maintaining a modern day relevance. Garrard is distributed in the finest stores and luxury boutiques worldwide and this esteemed jewelry house is an exciting addition to Gilt Groupe.

Sale Ended May 10, 2010

Fine Jewels

Diamonds illuminate this collection of our favorite fine jewelry brands. From delicate heart pendants by Paul Morelli to outsize earrings laden with carats by Damiani, the precious gem is front and center — and even in headbands by Garrard. Craving some color? Take a look at the double diamond band ring by Gumuchian. It’s accented by bouquets of gemstones in amber, pink, blue and green.