Dazzling jewellery shops in the City of London

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Dazzling jewellery shops in the City of London
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Whether you’re planning to pop the question, or you’re just looking to add some more bling to your wardrobe, there are loads of top jewellery shops in the City of London to choose from.

There are few accessories that make a bigger impact than a piece of statement jewellery. Spoil your partner with a new necklace or treat your spouse to a flashy watch, no matter what you’re looking for, the City of London is the best spot to shop.

From silver, to gold, to Tiffany’s blue, here are some fantastic jewellery shops to check out in the square mile:

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Boodles

Hailing from Liverpool originally, this jewellery shop can be found in the City of London at the Royal Exchange. Boodles designs its pieces in-house with original British designs to choose from. You can head there for jewellery, watches, engagement rings, wedding bands and more. Get ready to bring the bling.

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Coleby’s Jewellers Ltd

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend for a reason, and if you’re looking for luxury diamonds or watches in the City of London, Coleby’s is a new jeweller on the scene with a private and relaxed approach to jewellery shopping inside London’s Heron Tower – just be sure to book in advance.

Heron Tower 110 Bishopsgate EC2N
Coleby’s Jewellers Ltd

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City of London Jewellers

If you’re looking for jewellery shops in the City of London, this spot says it right on the tin. Located on Eldon Street, City of London Jewellers was established in 1987 and is an independent shop that also offers repairs and makes jewellery on the premises. Head there for engagement rings, diamond rings, earrings and more.

5 Eldon St, London EC2M
City of London Jewellers

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LB Jewellers

Founded in 2013, this fresh jewellery shop is based in London Moorgate and offers custom watches and diamond jewellery. Services operate around the clock with cool urban designs and custom services. Book an in-store appointment in advance for VIP treatment. Swish.

1 Ropemaker St, London EC2Y 9HT
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Purely Diamonds

Designed and manufactured in-house, Purely Diamonds has some of the most cost-effective diamond jewellery in the City of London. The British family run business has been around since 1979 and can be found in Hatton Garden. Every product displays a price and retail value, which is what you would expect to pay at a high street shop for the same product. Sounds like a bargain.

29 Ely Pl EC1N
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Quality Diamonds

If you’re wondering where to buy an engagement ring in the City of London, Quality Diamonds is always a good shout. Located in Hatton Garden, this jeweller has over a thousand craftspeople and designers available to make your vision come to life. Just be sure to book an appointment in advance. Up next? Getting the yes.

Hatton Garden EC1N
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Royal Exchange Jewellers

The Royal Exchange Jewellers specialise in fine jewellery and watches, diamonds and diamond rings. Head to one of the top jewellery shops in the City of London for handmade pieces, antique jewellery and pre-owned watches. Brands include Rolex, Cartier and Breitling. Sounds like a lush spot to shop.

29A Royal Exchange EC3V
Royal Exchange Jewellers

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Tiffany & Co

When it comes to jewellery shops in the City of London, Tiffany & Co is a classic for a reason. Make like Holly Golightly and shop for a gift that your sweetheart will never forget. The solitaire diamond earrings are £1,150 and come with trendy rose gold backings.

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