Brought to you by Hardy Brothers
The new Hardy Brothers store, in the heart of the CBD, has become the latest jewel in Perth’s crown.
No gift makes a statement quite like an exceptional piece of hand-crafted jewellery so when choosing the right one for someone special, there are many questions you’ll need to ponder. Is it the recipient’s style? Does it demonstrate how well you know them? Does it suit the occasion? And is it extraordinary enough to convey how you feel?
That’s where the experts at Hardy Brothers come in. For more than 160 years, their jewellers, gemologists and smiths have helped customers to design and select gorgeous gifts for their loved ones – or a treat for themselves to mark a milestone moment.
It was this craftsmanship and service that earned Hardy Brothers, a family-owned and operated business, the much-coveted Royal Warrant in the 1920s. But perhaps the company’s greatest accolade has been its commission to design the golden mallet and trowel for the ceremonial laying of Canberra’s foundations. That exclusive connection to Australia’s federal capital remains to this day – Hardy Brothers silverware and glassware is used at Yarralumla, home of the governor-general, as well as the prime minister’s residence, The Lodge.
Now, a new boutique in Perth is making Hardy Brothers’ exquisite creations available to even more Australians. Located in a handsome heritage building in central King Street, the new store’s bespoke refurbishment provides a suitable showcase for the innovative designs and fine gems.
Hardy Brothers is also partnered with luxury timepiece brands, Omega, Girard Perregaux, Ulysse Nardin, Tag Heuer and Bell & Ross. So whether you want to create a custom diamond engagement ring, choose a modern sterling-silver bracelet or a practical and stylish statement watch, all your luxury accessory needs can be taken care of.
The boutique officially opens on November 25 at 47 King Street, Perth. Start putting together your wish list at hardybrothers.com.au
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