House GARRARD Established 1735 - Collection for Men
BRITISH JEWELLERY HOUSE,
GARRARD LAUNCHES MENS COLLECTION
PROUD SPONSOR SENTEBALE POLO UKGarrard, was founded by master goldsmith George Wickes in 1722. He received his first royal commission in 1735. By the time the firm had passed into the hands of Robert Garrard in 1802 - whose name it still bears - creating designs of unmatched magnificence for society and royalty had become a matter of course. Garrard’s inspiring collections can be found today at its flagship stores in London's Albemarle Street, Beverly Hill's Rodeo Drive, and New York's Soho. Garrard’s creations are also on display in the permanent exhibition in the Tower of London, where the Crown Jewels reside. 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 nearly three hundred years ago. Garrard continues to passionately embrace the past by creating tomorrow's heirlooms today.
This bold collection harnesses the very spirit of traditional English sporting themes, such as hunting and shooting. Hunter features an array of rings, cufflinks, pendants, necklaces and bracelets accentuated with Black and White Diamonds, Spinel, Blood Stone and Green Sapphires set against yellow, white and blackened gold. One elaborate design features a 26 carat cabochon cut African Ruby set against black diamonds in white gold creating a stunning contrast. The collection also presents pieces in blackened and polished silver, allowing a broad base of consumers to enjoy wearing Hunter.