All-new city guides: don’t leave home without them

The Jewellery Editor team has hunted down the best jewellery and watch boutiques around the world, from big luxury brands to off-the-beaten-track gems, and gathered them together in a handy city guide format. With detailed maps and comprehensive descriptions of each store, these are our favourite haunts that we always make time to visit when we are travelling.

Our online city guides cover the metropolitan hubs of London, New York, Paris, Madrid, Geneva and Milan, with more cities coming soon.

If you want to seek out the best high-tech Swiss watches in Geneva or discover the ultimate antique jewellery in New York, we can point you in the right direction. From Royal favourite Yanes in Madrid and Jessica McCormack’s sumptuous Mayfair townhouse in London to jewellery mastermind Giampiero Bodino, based in Milan, and Tiffany’s iconic New York flagship store, each entry has been hand-selected by our team of international editors and writers.

All the featured cities are exciting, vibrant places, but when you have limited time you want to know the best shops at the click of a mouse. By sharing our insider knowledge we make it easy for you to pinpoint the jewellery and watch destinations that are definitely worth visiting.

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  • Chaumet boutique on Place Vendôme in Paris

    The magnificent 18th century mansion at No. 12 Place Vendôme has been the location of Chaumet’s flagship boutique in Paris since 1807.

  • Tiffany boutique on 5th Avenue

    The majestic, seven-storey Tiffany flagship store on 5th Avenue, with its statue of Atlas shouldering a clock looming over the entrance.

  • Giampiero Bodino Villa Mozart interior

    Giampiero Bodino receives clients in Milan’s Villa Mozart and displays his unique creations under his monumental canvases in rooms graced with marble mantles, creamy leather seating and original chandeliers.

  • Suzanne Syz boutique

    Suzanne Syz’s artistic approach to design shines through in her Genevan showroom, which is a riot of colourful furnishings and quirky accessories.

  • Grassy boutique in Madrid

    Occupying the enviable address of Gran Vía no. 1 is the iconic 1917 Grassy boutique, one of the most famous landmarks in Madrid.

  • Broken English jewellery boutique in New York

    The Broken English boutique in New York has offered an impeccably curated selection of contemporary fine jewellery and rare vintage finds since 2014.