Burlington

Decades before the likes of Westfield came to London, those who wanted to shop in comfort headed to one of the capital’s arcades.
Opened to great acclaim in 1819 in Mayfair, The Burlington Arcade is one of Britain’s earliest shopping arcades and was built by Lord George Cavendish, later Earl of Burlington, ‘for the sale of jewellery and fancy articles of fashionable demand’.
Our Burlington pearl collection mirrors the smart, classic and timeless appeal of the Arcade and comprises creamy white, bronze, grey and blush cultured pearls set in yellow and white gold.
The Willow family is inspired by woven willow. Lustrous pearls are nestled into intricate strands of woven yellow gold to create unusual and delicate pendants earrings and rings.

Decades before the likes of Westfield came to London, those who wanted to shop in comfort headed to one of the capital’s arcades. Opened to great acclaim in 1819 in Mayfair, The Burlington Arcade is one of Britain's earliest shopping arcades and was built by Lord George Cavendish, later Earl of Burlington, 'for the sale of jewellery and fancy articles of fashionable demand'. Our Burlington pearl collection mirrors the smart, classic and timeless appeal of the Arcade and comprises creamy white, bronze, grey and blush cultured pearls set in yellow and white gold. The Willow family is inspired by woven willow. Lustrous pearls are nestled into intricate strands of woven yellow gold to create unusual and delicate pendants earrings and rings.

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