London jewellery designers move to Hatton Garden’s Record Hall


Three London-based jewellers have transported their businesses to the Hatton Garden jewellery quarter’s Record Hall.

The newly developed Record Hall, based in Hatton Garden, now houses London jewellery designers Farah Qureshi, Daisy Choi and Karin Kraemer.

The designers have moved their businesses to the new building, from where they will operate studios and showrooms.

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A high percentage of the studios at the Record Hall are being allocated to the jewellery industry, as the area’s rich heritage for jewellery is being protected.

Two of the designers, Kraemer and Choi, have been based at Craft Central, which is moving to a new location.

Qureshi has recently left a jewellery collective at Oxo Tower Wharf and aims to grow her business at the heart of the jewellery quarter.

She said: “The Record Hall is a fantastic building to have a creative business, the building’s design is of a high spec, with a roof garden, meeting rooms and a café and it’s great to be so central.”


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