Watch & Jewellery week at The Royal Exchange

Luxury shopping destination The Royal Exchange is delighted to announce its fifth annual Watch & Jewellery Week, a five day event honouring the City’s finest watch and jewellery collections.

During the week, guests will be entertained with a wealth of experiences, including in-store promotions from jewellers Tateossian and Links of London and special dining offers from The Royal Exchange’s restaurants as well as live hand-engraving from Danish design house Georg Jensen.

The Royal Exchange will be home to exclusive talks and presentations during the week from experts offering tips on how to style your watch and jewellery collection to informative discussions from Watches of Switzerland and Watchfinder & Co. The week will also feature competition opportunities including the chance to win a £200 voucher for dinner at Aquavit London courtesy of Georg Jensen.

Every year, Watch & Jewellery Week at The Royal Exchange invites London to mingle with some of the City’s finest watch and jewellery experts in one of the most iconic buildings in the Square Mile.

Over 400 guests attended Watch & Jewellery Week in 2017 and this year Bremont, Georg Jensen, Omega, Tateossian, Tiffany & Co. and Watches of Switzerland among others will be showcasing their newest and exclusive collections available at The Royal Exchange.

Visitors during the week can enjoy the exquisite craftsmanship of some of the world’s most sought after timepieces and jewels against the dramatic and historic backdrop of the Central Courtyard.

The Royal Exchange is home to a selection of watch and jewellery brands including: Aspinal of London, Bamford, Boodles, Bremont, Georg Jensen, Halcyon Days, Hermès, Links of London, Montblanc, Omega, Royal Exchange Jewellers, Searle and Co. Jewellers, Tateossian, Tiffany & Co., Watches of Switzerland and Watchfinder & Co.

Officially opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth I in 1571, The Royal Exchange was the brainchild of renowned merchant Thomas Gresham. It soon became a centre for the capital’s commerce, bringing together both brokers and merchants. Trading continued for the next four centuries, despite being interrupted by fires, war and construction work, before coming to a halt in 1991. Then in 2001, an extensive redevelopment by architects Aukett Fitzroy Robinson transformed The Royal Exchange courtyard, reviving its trading legacy by giving it a new role housing the world’s most desired retailers and placing it, once again, in the thriving centre of commerce.

The Royal Exchange is home to a special collection of contemporary luxury brands, and is where the City converges to meet, eat and shop.



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