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Links of London Women's Jewellery

"Outstanding and sophisticated elegance with a British touch."

Passionate about watches and jewellery, Links of London continually evolves with exciting new techniques and ideas, whilst still emphasising the core values of high quality design blended with a British touch.

History of Links of London

Founded in 1990, Links of London have remained at the forefront of imaginative and individual design, creating exquisite jewellery and statement watches which continually capture the hearts of customers worldwide.

Born at the heart of London, Links of London blend uncompromised craftsmanship and the finest materials, to ensure each piece remains a timeless contemporary classic.

Acquired by Folli Follie Group in 2006, Links of London has increased in popularity as an international player in the luxury goods market, popular both internationally and at its origin in Great Britain


The brand collections include Essentials, Sweetie, Star Dust and Friendship, most notably the Sweetie bracelets from the range have become iconic, cult classics for Links of London. These bracelets become personalised timelines for your story when adorned with their wide collection of charms designed to capture, complement and evoke those abiding memories we gather along life’s journey.

Having proven itself to be a firm favourite globally, the brand later launched its first watch collection a year later in 2007 which has since become an integral part of the brand’s offering, with evolving statement ranges for both men and women.

Based on the ethos that certain designs are timeless classics that will never go out of style, the Essentials range by Links of London is a celebration of the old saying ‘less is more.’ Having created a vast array of accessories from simple bracelets and bangles to fine beaded necklaces, these are the definitive pieces that everyone should own in their day-today collection.

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