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You are very welcome to view before you buy and make an appointment at our Hatton Garden showroom where you can browse our range of diamond engagement rings, earrings, necklaces and more.

Please call Tel 020 3633 3904 for an appointment.

Monday - Thursday: 11.30am - 5.30pm

Friday: 11.30am - 2.00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Strictly by Appointment

You will find our expert gemmologists friendly, helpful and keen to share their expertise to assist you in choosing the diamond your heart desires, whether you are looking for a beautiful engagement ring, through to a diamond bracelet as a personal gift. The expert jewellers at our London Hatton Garden showroom love the diamond trade and are passionate about our business. No high pressure salesman here! Just good old fashioned, personal service where the customer comes first.



Visitors will find all Hatton Garden Jewellers open Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm. Some shops open earlier and stay later, but if you want to be sure of being able to visit as many shops as possible, time your visit between these hours. We're very happy for you to have a good look around other local shops in London as then you will discover just what great deals we offer on all of our diamond engagement rings as well as our other products. We've built our business on offering outstanding value with exceptional customer service and we're confident you cannot buy better diamond jewellery and engagement rings anywhere at a lower price.

Some retailers are open Saturday, but not all and these days it is rare to find many establishments open on Sundays.


London's diamond quarter is situated in East London a few minutes from the famous 'City' financial district. In Hatton Garden you will be able to browse a huge range of diamond jewellery and engagement rings at your hearts content. Please see advice regarding your chosen method of transport below:

By Tube

The nearest tube station is Farringdon on the Circle and Metropolitan lines, less than 5 minutes walk away

By Train

Farringdon can also be reached by ThamesLink trains

By Bus From :

Holborn 8, 24, 242

Clerkenwell Road 55, 243

Gray’s Inn 17,45, 46

Farringdon 17,45, 63

By Car:

Enter the Postcode EC1N 8NX into your SatNav

NCP Car park is situated nearby in Saffrom Hill, St Cross Street EC1N 8XA

History Of Hatton Garden

The history of Hatton Garden can be traced back to Medieval times.

The Bishop of Ely owned the land and such was his standing within the Chruch at the time, he was able to build a palace with Chapel and grounds.

The name Hatton Garden arose from a liaison between Elizabeth 1st and a handsome your courtier, Christopher Hatton. In 1576 Hatton persuaded the Queen to give him a house in Ely Palace. She granted him a lease, fixing his rent at £10 a year, ten loads of hay and a rose at midsummer. The poor old Bishop had little say in the matter.

By the mid-seventeenth century, the beginnings of the modern streets and buildings we can see today came about with the creation of an estate from the famous garden.

100 Hatton Garden is headquarters to the London Diamond Bourse originally set up in 1940. The international diamond business Hatton garden enjoys today, started to grow with the influx of immigrants from Nazi Germany’s devastation of Europe after 1945 and things really took off during the 60s and 80s which many ‘old timers’ remember fondly as the ‘golden years’. Challenges during the 1980s saw the number of businesses contracting, but the merger of the Bourse and the London Diamond Club created a strong platform to build the International reputation London enjoys as one of the world’s leading diamond centres.

Today Hatton Garden remains London’s diamond quarter and famous the world over for luxurious diamond jewellery and exceptional quality engagement rings. The myriad of streets & buildings are home to something approaching 300 business and nearly 60 jewellery shops. Goldsmiths, diamond merchants, jewellers, setters, polishers, scrap merchants and even the famous DeBeers all make their homes here in the heart of the diamond district.