Among the many commissions that appear in Garrard’s ledgers runs a thread of orders for signet rings. Stretching from the establishment of the House in 1735 right up to the present day, they represent generations of distinguished families.
The House holds oval and cushion rings in stock, enabling the wearer to decide which suits their style best. White or yellow gold and platinum are possibilities, as are the stones most suitable for carving, such as tigers eye, lapis lazuli or bloodstone. Once designs are confirmed, the ring can be ready within six weeks.