Where To Find England’s Best Jewellery Shops

When it comes to finding incredible pieces of jewellery in England, there are a number of fantastic places you should know about. The jewellery trade is rich and varied and you can always find something to suit any particular taste, once you know the best places to find amazing and the best jewellery shops.


Mitchelandco earrings
Mitchel & Co – Royal Earrings, £860

Probably one of the most well-known locations in the UK to buy jewellery, the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter has been a site for the jewellery trade for more than 250 years. As England’s ‘second city’ Birmingham is a popular destination for shoppers and the Jewellery Quarter has built up a thriving industry around this. The local colleges and the University of Birmingham all offer jewellery making as part of their curriculum, helping to educate the next generation of jewellers.

Places to Visit:

Mitchel & Co

Marlow’s Diamonds

G H Moore & Son



Danish Design Watch
Colonia of Bailgate – Danish Design Stainless Steel Watch, £117.00

Lincoln is popular with tourists from all over the globe who come to see its incredible landmarks, such as Lincoln Castle and Lincoln Cathedral. Another reason to visit Lincoln is the jewellery shops. Lincoln has a fine selection of vintage and contemporary jewellers, with many local and independent designers for sale. Lincolnshire’s vast fens and farmland has even revealed some amazing jewellery finds over the past few years, with items recovered that have been lost for centuries, buried in the ground.

Places to Visit:

Colonia of Bailgate

Eric A Bird Jewellers

Midas Arts



Pragnell earrings
Pragnell – Opal and Diamond Drop Earrings, £8,850

Birthplace of Shakespeare, home of the Royal Shakespeare Company and one of the most popular tourist destinations that England has to offer, Stratford-upon-Avon is a melting pot of style and culture. Visitors come to the town all year round to enjoy the theatres, restaurants and shops that make Straford-upon-Avon so attractive. You can dine out in luxury in one of the many eateries available after a long day of shopping in unique and independent boutiques. Here you will also discover remarkable jewellery that you won’t find anywhere else in the UK.


Hamlingtons Jewellers

Mark Thomas Jewellers


Hatton Garden

Daniel Prince ring
Daniel Prince – Turquoise Ring, guide price £2,300

London’s hotspot for jewellery includes both modern and vintage styles, from simple pieces matched perfectly for smaller wallets, right up to incredible items with a price tag that will make you dizzy. Hatton garden is also the centre for the diamond trade in the UK and gems worth thousands of pounds come through the area on a regular basis. And while you’re in the capital city, why not visit the Tower of London and see some of the most famous jewels in the world – the Crown Jewels.

Places to Visit:

Daniel Prince

Hatton Garden Jeweller

Durrants London



Nicholas Wylde – Emerald and Diamond Pendant, price on enquiry

Rich in culture and rich in style, Bath is famous for its jewellery markets, as well as its shops, where jewellers from all over the country and beyond meet to sell their individual creations. As well as new designs, you will also find an impressive range of antique jewellery available from all over the world. But it’s not just in the shops and markets where you find the wealth of Bath – it is in the water as well. The mineral baths of the city are known across the country and have been in use since Roman times.

Places to Visit:

Nicholas Wylde

Philip James Jewellery

Mallory Jewellers


Charlotte Barnes
Charlotte has been writing online content for newspapers, magazines and websites for the past eight years. She now works at Spiral Media in Lincoln where she supports a number of ecommerce clients with their content strategies, including writing articles on fashion, beauty, lifestyle and home décor. Areas of interest: Fashion, beauty, lifestyle, home décor, food, blog and online writing

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