French heritage couture jewellery maison Goossens will open its first London flagship boutique this month.
The Mayfair store plans to open on 12 April, along with the rest of England’s non-essential retailers, the company revealed.
The 29 square-metre space is in Mayfair’s Burlington Gardens and will play home to Goossens’ handmade jewellery collections.
It will also display some of the interior design pieces that the brand also produces.
Designer Robert Goossens started the brand in the 1950s, working with a number of famous designers across jewellery and decorative art.
The interior design and jewellery house is also part of Chanel’s Métiers d’art.
It has undergone a transformation in recent years under the leadership of Chanel, as well as Robert Goossens’ son Patrick.