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.
From playful to regal, the jewelry collected here covers a range of moods. Want to express your quirky side? Check out the headphones or playing-card necklace. Serious about diamonds? Say it loud and proud with these rings featuring diamonds in outsize, architectural settings.
Every woman has her go-to baubles, but sometimes the occasion calls for something truly special. Go beyond your basics in favor of decidedly glamorous picks — you’ll find striking rings, necklaces, bracelets, and more from some of the most sought-after designer names. Indulge in a bevy of beautifully unique stones, including whisky topaz, peridot, tanzanite, and yellow diamonds. Not to mention, we’re showcasing elegant Tahitian and golden pearls, classic sterling silver pendants, and stunning jewelry boxes to display your treasures in style.
Why pile on the jewelry when one piece can do all the talking? Check out our dazzling assortment of cocktail rings that make a singular statement. You’ll find everything from emerald and black diamond shield rings to Tahitian pearl domes and faceted blue topaz, each one stunning enough to stand on its own.
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.