London Shops with a Royal Warrant


London shopping street scene.Shopping London stores that hold a Royal Warrant is a fun way to see the city. By having the emblem, these businesses can supply the Queen's royal households such as Buckingham Palace and Windsor. Our list of shops in central London includes venerable British brands that are two and three hundred years old.

Royal Warrant Store List


Charbonnel et Walker Ltd.
Fine chocolates and truffles.
King Edward VII was a fan of these sweets.
In business since 1875.
One, 28 Royal Arcade, nr. Piccadilly.

Fortnum & Mason PLC.
Famous London luxury food & tea purveyor.
In business since 1707.
181 Piccadilly.

Partridges London
Fine foods, groceries and liquor.
In business since 1972.
17-19 Gloucester Rd, Kensington.

Paxton & Whitfield
Classic London cheese shop.
In business since 1797.
93 Jermyn Street, St. James's.


Burberry Ltd.
Clothing, accessories, shoes.
In business since 1856.
One Sloane St, Kensington.

Ede & Ravenscroft
London’s oldest supplier of robes & tailoring.
92-94 Chancery Lane.
In business since 1689.

Gieves & Hawkes Ltd.
Menswear and accessories.
In business since 1771.
One Savile Row, nr. Piccadilly.

J. Barbour & Sons
Classic wax-coated, outdoor protective clothing.
In business since 1894.
77 Regent Street nr. Piccadilly.

John Lobb Bootmaker
Luxury shoes and boots.
In business since 1856.
9 St. James’s St, St. James’s.


G. Ettininger Ltd.
Wallets and accessories with bright colored interiors.
In business since 1934.
Available at Harrods Deptstore., Knightsbridge.


Garrard & Co.
Jewelry, silversmiths & gold items.
Garrard maintains the Crown Jewels.
Established in 1722.
24 Albemarle St.

Jewels and silverware.
In business since 1906.
60 St. James’s St, St. James's

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