Boodles, the family-run fine jewellery house, started in Liverpool in 1798. Since then it has made silverware for royalty, trophies for the Grand National and hosted an international tennis tournament in Buckinghamshire’s famous Stoke Park Club.
However, Boodles is most famous for its exquisite fine jewellery. Known for making incredibly wearable collections, thanks to its willingness to explore new techniques as well as keeping traditional jewellery making crafts alive.
From the playfulness of the Roulette collection to the colourful clusters of precious stones in their signature Raindance range, Boodles can be relied upon for everything from engagement rings to cocktail pieces, featuring remarkable stones and quirky settings. Boodles continues to delight fine jewellery lovers 223 years after it first opened its doors – this is British jewellery design at its best…