The day of a proposal will be remembered forever, and at its heart is the engagement ring. Whether sapphire or diamond, ruby or emerald, Garrard builds on the beauty of a magnificent stone to create an enduring symbol of love and devotion.
In 1851 Garrard’s most technically brilliant creations were shown at the Great Exhibition in Crystal Palace. This event informed the design of a playful, versatile collection with choices to suit every occasion, from detailed bracelets to removable pendants.
White diamonds are at the centre of many of Garrard’s most iconic royal designs. They bring instant allure to evening wear, catching the light and pleasing the eye. House signatures mean collections can be matched to make a statement.
Inspired by the setting of Queen Mary’s Cullinan V diamond, this one-of-a-kind high jewellery necklace radiates around a pear-shaped diamond, which can be detached and worn as brooch.Discover the House's
London’s theatre district was Garrard’s home at a time when opera masquerades were the height of fashion. Evenings of intrigue and spectacle are recalled in this collection with the sweep of a ring, the fall of a necklace, the ripple of tassel earrings.