Didn’t reply to this earlier because it’s not really jewelry. I don’t
remember the names, but there are many fine jewelry shops and more
importantly antique jewelry dealers in the general vicinity of
Buckingham Palace - Garrard’s, Wartski. Jo-Ann says it was Bond
But - you can visit Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle at times
when the queen is not there - they fly a certain flag, when she is
in residence. She was at Buckingham when we were in London, and we
were staying within walking distance of Windsor (Egham/Englefield
Green). Where they signed the Magna Carta, BTW.
Windsor Castle is just the most fabulous place. St. George’s Chapel
is a trip back in time - nights of the round table and all that.
Beautifully, exquisitely made…
Inside, aside from the castle itself, is a candy store of items -
jeweled swords and arms, watches, canes - a certain amount of
jewelry. We’re talking many hundreds of items - King and Queen
stuff. A short train ride from London, towards Oxford and Bath…