The most famous luxury department store in the world prides itself on offering an unparalleled selection of fine watches and jewellery.
Since Harrods first opened its doors in 1834, this retailer has grown to occupy a five-acre site on the famous Brompton Road in the heart of London’s Knightsbridge. With more than 330 departments, Harrods is a tourist destination in its own right, as visitors flock to see the legendary terracotta building and witness the theatre of luxury retail in all its glory.
On the ground floor corner of the building at Hans Road and Basil Street, more than 4,000 square metres is dedicated to a sparkling array of more than 60 of the finest jewellery and watch brands you are ever likely to find under one roof. All the big names are here, and houses such as Tiffany, Cartier, Hermès, Dior, Chopard, Graff and Chanel have their own plushly appointed mini boutiques. Niche luxury brands such as Fabergé and G London are also present.
There are also permanent boutiques offering men’s and women’s luxury watches, including a newly opened Richard Mille store concept, plus pop-up boutiques that change theme every three months. Brands often create special edition Harrods watches and jewellery especially for the store, offering world firsts and priority access to sought-after products and events, which brings a new dimension to the idea of exclusivity. And all this is backed up by Harrods' extensive and now famous customer service.
There is simply nowhere like it on Earth, and the selection of Harrods watches and luxury jewellery is second to none, backed up by the house’s legendary service. Here, the sky is the limit, yet no detail is too small.