Links of London

Links of London

Map
234 Bath Rd., London Heathrow International Airport, Harlington, Hayes Middlesex, United Kingdom
URL
UB3 5AP

One of London’s premier jewelers, Links of London was founded in 1990 and specializes in men’s and women’s sterling silver and 18-carat gold jewelry. Designs range from pendant necklaces and colorful charms for women to bold cufflinks and watches for men. A children’s collection is available, featuring jewelry as well as Links of London’s stunning miniatures, small wooden figures of animals finished in sterling silver. The store also offers engraving services for jewelry and embossing for leather. A socially-conscious brand, Links of London is committed to using "conflict-free" diamonds.

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