Suttons and Robertsons have been jewellers in Victoria Street, London since 1770. Victoria Street is one of the key thoroughfares in Victoria, London. It stretches approximately one mile from Westminster Abbey to Victoria Station, making it a central and bustling area lined with a mix of modern office buildings, retail stores, restaurants, and hotels. 

Victoria Street is known for its architectural significance, with a blend of modern and historic buildings. One notable landmark along the street is the towering Westminster Cathedral, a stunning neo-Byzantine-style Roman Catholic cathedral. The street is also home to a variety of shops, including high-street brands, convenience stores, and boutique shops. Visitors and locals alike can find a range of shopping options, from fashion and beauty to electronics and home goods. Our Victoria Jewellers store has a central position on this busy street and welcomes visitors to browse our range of luxury jewellery and watches.

In addition to shopping, Victoria Street offers a diverse selection of dining options. From charming cafes and quick bites to upscale restaurants serving international cuisines, there is something to suit every taste.

Victoria London, home of S&R Jewellers

About Victoria London

Victoria, a renowned area in the city of London, is named after Queen Victoria, who reigned from 1837 to 1901.


The history of Victoria can be traced back to the mid-19th century when the area underwent significant changes and development. Before the 19th century, the area now known as Victoria was mostly marshy and undeveloped land, located to the southwest of the City of London. It was known as the village of Ebury and was primarily an agricultural area with a few scattered buildings.

The transformation of the area began with the construction of the Grosvenor Canal in the 1820s, which connected the Grand Junction Canal to the River Thames. This canal brought trade and industry to the area and spurred further development. In the 1830s, the railway arrived with the construction of the London and Birmingham Railway, which built its terminus at Euston Station, just north of Victoria. The London and Brighton Railway then chose a site to the south of Ebury Street to expand the rail network, and the station was named Victoria Station, after the reigning monarch. The station opened in 1862, and its construction marked the beginning of a major redevelopment of the surrounding area.

The subsequent years saw a rapid transformation of Victoria into a bustling commercial and residential district. New streets, squares, and buildings were constructed, and the area became an important transportation hub, connecting central London with the rest of the country. The Victoria Street, which runs east-west through the area, became the main thoroughfare, lined with shops, offices, and hotels. In addition to its transportation connections, Victoria also became known for its cultural institutions and landmarks. The Victoria Palace Theatre, one of London's oldest and most renowned theatres, was built in 1911 and continues to host popular performances. Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the British monarch, is also located nearby, contributing to the area's prestige and appeal.

Today, Victoria remains a vibrant district in central London, characterised by its mix of commercial, residential, and cultural amenities. It remains an important transportation hub, with Victoria Station serving as one of the city's busiest railway and underground stations.



One of the best shopping streets in Victoria, London is Victoria Street itself. It is a bustling thoroughfare lined with a wide variety of shops, making it a popular destination for shoppers. Here are a few reasons why Victoria Street is considered one of the best shopping streets in the area:

1. Diverse Range of Shops: Victoria Street offers a diverse range of shops catering to various tastes and preferences. From luxury goods including jewellery, fashion brands, boutique shops, electronics stores and convenience stores, you can find a wide variety of options all in one place.

2. Convenient Location: Victoria Street is located in the heart of Victoria, making it easily accessible for both locals and visitors

3. High Street Names: Victoria Street is home to multiple well known popular  stores such as Marks & Spencer, Zara and Boots. These stores offer a wide range of products, including fashion, beauty, homeware, and more, providing shoppers with plenty of options.

4. Dining and Entertainment: In addition to shops, Victoria Street also offers a variety of dining options. From quick bites to upscale restaurants, there are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat or enjoy a leisurely meal after shopping. The area is also home to a cinema, providing entertainment options for visitors.

5. Proximity to Landmarks and Attractions: Victoria Street is located near several famous landmarks and attractions, including Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and St. James's Park. This makes it a convenient shopping destination for those exploring the area and looking to combine shopping with sightseeing.

Overall, Victoria Street's combination of diverse shops, convenient location, major department stores, dining options, and proximity to landmarks make it one of the best shopping streets in Victoria, London. 

Prestigious Victoria Jewellers London

Jewellers Victoria London

Victoria, London is home to a number of prestigious jewellers offering a range of exquisite jewellery pieces. Here are a few notable jewellers in Victoria and it's neighbouring London areas:

  • Boodles: Situated on Harcourt Street in Victoria, Boodles is a family-owned British jeweller known for creating exceptional diamond jewellery. They offer a selection of engagement rings, wedding bands, earrings, necklaces, and more.
  • Cartier: This flagship store is located at 175-177 New Bond Street in the prestigious Mayfair district of London. New Bond Street is known for its high-end luxury shopping, and the Cartier boutique offers a wide selection of Cartier jewellery, watches, and accessories.
  • Theo Fennell: Located on Fulham Road, Theo Fennell is a luxury British jeweller known for its unique designs and craftsmanship. They create bespoke and ready-to-wear pieces, including statement rings, necklaces, bracelets, and cufflinks.
  • David Morris: Situated on Bond Street, David Morris is a highly regarded British luxury jeweller. They specialise in diamond and coloured gemstone jewellery, including rings, earrings, pendants, and bracelets. Their pieces are known for their intricate details and timeless elegance.
  •  Mappin & Webb: Located at 132 Victoria Street, Mappin & Webb is a renowned British jeweller with a long history dating back to 1775. They offer a selection of fine jewelry, watches, silverware, and gifts.
  • Bvlgari: While not directly in Victoria, Bvlgari is a luxury jeweller located at 168 New Bond Street, a short distance away. Bvlgari is renowned for its high-end jewellery, watches, and accessories.
  • Tiffany & Co: Again nearby to Victoria in Old Bond Street. This flagship store is located at 25 Old Bond Street in the prestigious Mayfair district of London. Another one of the city's most renowned luxury shopping streets close to Victoria


Suttons and Robertsons Victoria Jewellers 

Our own jewellery store on Victoria Street offers a selection of preowned jewellery and watches. In addition to an extensive range of diamond and semi precious gemstone jewellery our shop stocks preowned pieces by some of the iconic jewellers in the area and wider London, including those mentioned above. Additionally we sell luxury preowned watches by Cartier, Rolex, Omega, Tag Hueuer, Tudor and more.

Looking for luxury for less? Visit us at any of our London showrooms and let us introduce you to the world of preloved jewellery and watches. Sound interesting? If you would like to learn more ahead of your visit then please do browse our buying guides for useful insights into the many benefits of preowned purchases - our experts will then be available in store, or by phone if you prefer, to help with your choices.

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Find us at 127 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6RD. Click the map below for directions.


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