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A country boy at heart, Patrick came to London at the tender age of 22 following a brief stint at a local newspaper group in Kent. He stumbled into work in Hatton Garden through a recommendation and has never looked back. After proving that he could make tea and handle a broom Patrick began to cut his teeth in the trade proper working with a wonderful array of antique jewellery and the design and manufacture of fine gem-set pieces. A profound knowledge and love of this type of jewellery informs his work today.Find Out More »
Geoff is the tall and slim member of the company. He never had a particular desire to be a jeweller as a young (er) man. However in 2004 he started working during his holidays with Patrick, a family friend, in Hatton Garden.Find Out More »
Tucked away on the boundary between The City of London and the West End, lies Hatton Garden. The area was originally owned by the Bishopric of Ely, at a time when the church was so powerful that bishops kept a palace, a chapel and grounds in central London. In 1576, at the instruction of Elizabeth I, the Bishop of Ely ceded a property to one of the Queen's favourites, Christopher Hatton. Knighted in 1577, Hatton became Lord Chancellor in 1587, and the area subsequently adopted his name.Find Out More »