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Boodles

Boodles – established over two centuries ago – enjoys an illustrious reputation based on innovative design and quality craftsmanship. Founded as Boodle and Dunthorne in 1798, the family-run fine jewellery house specialises in diamonds and epitomises the best of British, it having created items of historic note including a silver stand for Queen Elizabeth’s 1947 wedding cake. Treasurable collections include the irresistibly ladylike Blossom, contemporary Raindance and classic The Knot, while jewellery box delights range from delicately sparkling Boodles necklaces and bracelets to earrings and diamond-dotted stacking rings in gold and platinum. Classic and contemporary all at once, Boodles can be relied upon for everything from engagement rings to cocktail pieces featuring remarkable stones and quirky settings.

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    Generations of Excellence

    Family Matters

    Generations of Excellence

    Family Matters

    Six generations of the Wainwright family have steered Boodles through more than two centuries of Royal commissions, international tennis tournaments, and the world’s most exquisite diamonds and stones. Established in Liverpool at the tail end of the 18th Century, this British fine jewellery icon boasts a rich legacy that the modern Wainwrights view as theirs to protect.

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    Best of British

    With This Ring...

    Best of British

    With This Ring...

    Immortalised in the permanent collection of London’s V&A Museum, Boodles’ eminent Raindance ring possesses the unique and unparalleled cachet of both fine jewellery and exhibition masterpiece. Its scattered design – dynamic yet delicate – reflects light from every angle, with scattered diamonds reminiscent of raindrops glistening in the sun.

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    A Cut Above

    Ashoka® Diamonds

    A Cut Above

    Ashoka® Diamonds

    Recognisable by their 62 facets, modern Ashoka® diamonds – named after Emperor Ashoka the Great of India’s ancient Maurya dynasty – are inspired by a single, flawless gemstone of 41.37 carats. Today, the rare design, reignited by diamond dealer William Goldberg, can be applied to less than two per cent of mined diamonds. Boodles is the only British jeweller to offer Ashoka® diamonds.

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    At Harrods

    Inside the Boutique

    At Harrods

    Inside the Boutique

    A soft, dusky-pink space set off by mirrors and an extraordinary bespoke glass chandelier is the home of Boodles at Harrods. Expert staff, on hand throughout the day, can guide you through the exquisite collections; or should wish for something bespoke, the British house’s jewellery designers can be called in to discuss special requests and commissions.

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