Nestled in the heart of Holborn and just a short taxi ride from London’s West End, you’ll find the historical area of Hatton Garden. Here you will discover one of London’s hidden gems; a place steeped in history and romance.
Queen Elizabeth I gifted a house and garden in the grounds of Ely palace to a handsome courtier in 1576. The land owned by the Bishop of Ely was in a central London location and would have commanded a handsome income.
However, the Queen was so smitten by the courtier Christopher Hatton, that she fixed his rent at a favourable £10 per annum plus ten loads of hay and a rose from the garden at midsummer each year!
In the mid-seventeenth century, the once famous garden was used to create an estate of streets named Hatton Garden, for housing, workshops and warehouses.
Hatton Garden soon attracted a collection of gold and platinum jewellers as well as, the now world famous diamond dealers. Making Hatton Garden London's home of jewellery that it is to this day.
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