The Stones That Made Garrard

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The Sovereign Motif

Inspired by the setting of the most precious stone of all - the Cullinan I diamond.
In setting this stone atop the Sovereign's Sceptre in 1910, Garrard
made not just the sceptre but history itself.

Regal Cascade Pendant

Regal Cascade

White Gold

Feature stone: White Pearl

Starlight Diamond Pendant

Muse

Feature stone: White Diamond

Regal Cascade Ring – Ruby

Regal Cascade

18ct White Gold

Feature stone: Ruby

Regal Cascade Earrings

Regal Cascade

18ct White Gold

Feature stone: Sapphire

The Garrard Cluster

From the sapphire brooch given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert on the eve
of their wedding, to the engagement ring now worn by the Duchess of Cambridge,
the Garrard Cluster is an iconic design that spans generations.

Garrard 1735 Oval Earrings

1735

Platinum

Feature stone: Aquamarine

Garrard Harmony Engagement Ring

Bridal

Feature stone: White Diamond

1735 Oval Sapphire Ring

1735

Platinum

Feature stone: Sapphire

1735 Pendant - Platinum - Round Ruby

Garrard 1735 Platinum Round Ruby Pendant Necklace

1735

Platinum

Feature stone: Ruby

The Garrard Windsor Motif

First crafted by Garrard in 1893, the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara is most famously seen on
the portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth that appears on banknotes. The Windsor Motif takes inspiration
from the pattern of diamonds that encircle the base of this iconic piece.

Fanfare Classic Earrings Mother of Pearl

Fanfare

Rose Gold

Feature stone: Mother of Pearl

Fanfare Classic Ring Mother of Pearl

Fanfare

Rose Gold

Feature stone: Mother of Pearl

Albemarle Deco Necklace

Albemarle

18ct White Gold

Feature stone: White Diamond

Albemarle Ring - White Gold - White Diamond 2.30cts

Albemarle Ring

Albemarle

18ct White Gold

Feature stone: White Diamond

Garrard’s stones
have an impressive
history

Worn by Kings, Queens and Icons
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Enchanted Palace Jewelled Bug Ring