Taylor Black Jewellery, which is now a permanent feature at Prince Charles’ Highgrove shop, following a two month trial, has announced there are plans to extend to further outlets and for a bespoke Highgrove collection.
Taylor Black is headed by jewellery designer and maker Philippa Taylor. Her work is defined by an English sensibility that is well suited to the Highgrove approach, according to the jewellers.
Both Highgrove and Taylor Black share the Cotswolds as their HQ. Christine Prescott, chief executive of Highgrove Enterprises, worked with Philippa to curate a selection of her silver and gold plated products that it is claimed evoke the Highgrove values. Pieces include Roses, Pears, Pineapples, Sunbursts and Edwardian Letter Scrolls.
The range, encompassing rings, necklaces, bracelets and lockets aims to portray classic symbols of British heritage. Philippa Taylor said: “I’m over the moon that Highgrove will be stocking my work. It’s a huge privilege and especially rewarding given our geographical proximity”.