The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift from House of Garrard

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The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift from House of Garrard
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The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift from House of Garrard
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The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift from House of Garrard
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The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift from House of Garrard
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The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift from House of Garrard
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A mother’s love is eternal, carefully nurturing and moulding our lives. This Mother’s Day express your love by indulging her with a special piece of jewellery from House of Garrard. From stunning earrings and rings to necklaces and bangles, House of Garrard, the longest serving jeweller in the world, has a wide array of glamorous jewellery pieces and inspirational designs that make the ideal present for a modern and elegant lady.

Below are Garrard’s jewellery highlights for this special occasion:

 

Wings Embrace Collection  
Wings Embrace is inspired by the iridescent colours cast as light passes through crystal. Pink and yellow sapphires and aquamarine catch the eye within the openwork of angel wings, which represent peace, purity and protection.

Fanfare Collection
Fanfare looks back to Garrard’s earliest years, when London’s theatre district was its home and opera masquerades were the height of fashion. The Cascade earrings and necklace feature mother-of-pearl inlays which represent the delicate fan design, whilst diamonds sparkle in Garrard’s iconic Windsor and Sovereign motifs.

Regal Cascade Collection
The largest of the stones cut from the Cullinan Diamond was set atop the Sovereign’s Scepter by Garrard in 1910.Still the largest clear-cut diamond in the world to this day, Cullinan I sits on a mount of enamel and gemstones, the design of which is celebrated in this collection.

About House of Garrard
Set in the heart of London, exceptionally crafted jewels from the House of Garrard embody confident glamour. The House is the longest serving jeweller in the world, its origins dating back to 1735, when Frederick, Prince of Wales became its first royal patron. His order marked the start of a long relationship with the British royal family, formalised in 1843 when Queen Victoria appointed the House as the first official Crown Jeweller. Iconic jewels have been created for each successive generation, including the Duchess of Cambridge’s sapphire cluster engagement ring. Silverware and trophies have also been commissioned over the centuries, among them the Royal Ascot Gold Cup. This rich past informs a creative present where heritage and design combine to bring out the beauty of the precious stone or metal. From tiaras to trophies and rings to regalia, every Garrard creation bears the quintessentially British hallmark of history, craft and quality.

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