RETAIL SPOTLIGHT – Hancocks London moves to St James’s Street

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LONDON – Hancocks London has moved to 62 St James’s Street, near The Ritz and St James’s Palace, marking a significant milestone in its history.

The decision to expand into its new premises was driven by a desire to return to the jeweller’s roots.

Guy Burton, Managing Director of Hancocks London, said: “Throughout our history, Hancocks has served as a distinguished jeweller and manufacturer. In 1849, we were  originally the House of Hancocks, known for manufacturing jewellery, important silverware and the like for clients including royalty and heads of state.

“In 1916, we went on to become more of a shop and, post war, continued selling vintage  jewellery, and signed jewellery, while still making our own designs. As we now move  forward, it feels both authentic and deeply meaningful that we go back to being what we  were originally known as: one of the world’s foremost independent jewellery houses.”

RETAIL SPOTLIGHT – Hancocks London moves to St James’s Street