The House of Garrard has a rich legacy of bespoke commissions dating back to its founding year of 1735 when the firm received its first royal commission from Frederick, Prince of Wales. Since then, the House has created some of the world’s finest and most admired jewels, including tiaras, necklaces and brooches that are still worn by the British royal family, and the Duchess of Cambridge’s sapphire cluster engagement ring.
A private commission from Garrard allows the wearer to become part of this unique history and brings the opportunity to explore colour, proportion, setting and style. Working with the most experienced jewellery designers, you will see your ideas evolve into a creation that is unique: a jewel that is the perfect expression of your vision.
For Garrard’s creative team, bespoke jewellery design is a detailed, iterative process of transforming your ideas and inspiration into creations to wear and treasure. The team is led by Creative Director Sara Prentice and Head of Design Claire Scott.
From its earliest years, Garrard has fashioned spectacular trophies and silverware to mark important occasions, from the world’s oldest perpetual trophy, the America’s Cup, to the silverware and Gold Cups at Royal Ascot.