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Asprey, Telegraph

Asprey, Telegraph

Amid the ultra-chic international boutiques of Old Bond Street in London’s Mayfair, Asprey, with its regal crests and listed façade, stands out. The classically British luxury-goods house, best known for its fine jewellery, is one of the world’s prestigious names and a 229-year-old London institution. It is the place the former poet laureate, John Betjeman, whose father once supplied it with walnutand-ebony cigar boxes, vividly described as “a world of shining showrooms full of secret drawers and Maharajahs’ dressing cases”.


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