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Discover London's Historic Diamond District
Discover London's Historic Diamond District. A short walk from Farringdon and Chancery Lane underground stations, London's renowned district of Hatton Garden is bustling with fine jewellery stores, coffee shops, Leather Lane Market and some of London's most revered food stalls.
Hatton Garden Jewellers
London Rocks Jewellers
If you are looking for a unique certified engagement ring or jewellery item, made traditionally but with a contemporary design; then head to London...
Tucked away, from the diamond rings, precious wedding bands and strings of pearls of Hatton Garden for over 15 years now, below the hustle and bustle...
David Luton Jewellers
David Luton Jewellers work with the customer to create a completely unique piece of jewellery: bespoke designed and handcrafted using the finest...
Smith and Green Jewellers
Smith & Green is relatively new to the market, with Joshua Green and Chris Smith opening their original store in 2011, Smith and Green have now...
The Wonder Gallery
We offer a unique shopping experience where you can buy a stunning range of fine jewellery and watches from our diverse range of jewellers. At...
Getting engaged is a stressful time in your life, our aim is to make the process of your ring selection as easy and stress free as possible, while...
Eternity specialises in engagement rings, eternity rings, wedding rings, and other special occassion rings manufactured onsite. Contact Eternity for...
Alexander Craig has a range of jewellery on offer, specialising in commissioned pieces, from engagement rings and wedding bands to watches.
Based in the heart of the UK's diamond & jewellery trading district, Carriage Diamonds provide their customers with the complete Hatton...
Where to Eat & Drink
The One Tun Pub
Mentioned by Charles Dickens in Oliver Twist under the alias The Three Cripples, the One Tun is one of Saffron Hills’ more historic pubs. A...
The Bleeding Heart Tavern
Sister pub to The Bleeding Heart Restaurant and The Bleeding Heart Bistro, the Tavern is the gastropub alternative for something more relaxed. Dating...
Prufrock’s open plan space with minimal furnishings celebrates the artists and creators that have kitted-out the Leather Lane cafe. During the...
The Bleeding Heart Bistro
The French bistro is one of three of the Bleeding Heart restaurants. With walls adorned with 19th century French wine posters and eccentric vineyard...
Ye Olde Mitre
Hidden away through an alleyway in Ely Place, Ye Olde Mitre is a traditional 1547 pub serving real ales, craft beers and all the usuals. Reasonably...
The Bleeding Heart Restaurant
The Bleeding Heart Restaurant is the original flagship of the three places to eat within the Bleeding Heart eateries. Named after the yard in which...
Discover Our Guides
Hatton Garden History: Growth of the Garden
In the first instalment of...
Hatton Garden History: What's In a Name?
We had such a fantastic response to our Hatton Garden Easter Quiz that we’ve decided to start a blog series...
Hatton Garden’s Best Brunches
Hatton Garden may be most famed historically for its diamonds, but nowadays you’d be...