Company will also launch its first ready-to-wear collections.

Robinson Pelham, the bespoke jeweller commissioned to make earrings for Kate Middleton and her family for the royal wedding, is set to open its first shop in west London.

The company, founded by Zoe Benyon, Kate Pelham-Burn and Vanessa Chilton, has run as an appointment-only bespoke jeweller for 16 years. They were named Trensetters in the 2011 Professional Jeweller Hot 100.


Now, after more than 7,000 private commissions, Robinson Pelham is set to open its doors to the public, moving in to a store on Elystan Street in London, close to Sloane Avenue and the Fulham Road.

Robinson Pelham will also launch six ready-to-wear collections, a first for the company, with retail prices from £1,000 to £20,000. The range includes collections called Orb, Drusy and Egg and will feature everything from spherical lockets to coloured gemstone rings and diamond-encrusted grey blue Drusy quartz. It will also continue to offer its bespoke service. 

The store is set to open on November 5.