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Garrard expands Middle East presence

A curated selection of the retailer’s jewels will be showcased at the new store with many pieces available for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for the first time

Garrard has announced that it has expanded its presence across the Middle East with a new store debuting in Kuwait at the Ali Bin Ali Luxury Boutique.

A curated selection of the retailer’s jewels will be showcased at the new store with many pieces available for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for the first time.

The new store will include a range of diamonds with eight new Albemarle jewels such as ear climbers, ear jackets and a diamond ear cuff.

The recently launched Fanfare Symphony collection will also be available, which features cut coloured gemstones inspired by masquerade balls. In addition, select jewels from the Aloria and Wings collections which are a “firm favourites” of the retailer’s Middle Eastern clients will also be present.

The House of Garrard was founded in 1735 in the heart of London’s West End by master silversmith George Wick. The jeweller has then gone on to create bespoke pieces for royalty such as Queen Mary’s consort crown to Princess Diana’s engagement ring.

Joanne Milner, CEO of Garrard, said: “Our latest partnership with Ali Bin Ali Luxury will allow us to better serve our loyal Kuwaiti clientele and we are excited that they will soon be able to enjoy the wonderful Garrard experience much closer to home.”

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