About Tateossian London
With the aspiration of offering men and women a distinctive way to express their personality through accessories, Tateossian London was founded by Robert Tateossian in 1990. A sense of playfulness and free movement are entwined in the brand’s DNA. These themes reflect in each designs, delivering unique yet wearable pieces. Innovation, creativity and quality are the core values of Tateossian.
Unconventional materials such as meteorites, dinosaur bones and copper nuggets are skillfully paired with more traditional elements such as diamonds, gold and gemstones, resulting in contemporary and exceptional designs. Tateossian is globally celebrated as a brand that continuously pushes the boundaries of jewelry design.
Through world exploration, he turns experiences into beautifully crafted pieces. It is the uniqueness of the designs that have positioned Tateossian as the brand of choice for those who prefer pieces that reflect and underscore their individual sensibility and approach to style.
Working primarily in silver, with exclusive collections in 18-Karat gold, each piece is delicately and individually crafted with an uncompromising level of quality. Pieces are rigorously inspected at the head office before they are placed in a signature Tateossian box, meeting the high expectations of the discerning Tateossian client.
Based in London, Tateossian is an international company of over 70 employees with showrooms in London and New York. From Siberia to Saudi Arabia, Tateossian is present in over 70 countries around the world, with more than 1,000 points of sale in the most prestigious boutiques and department stores – Tsum in Moscow, Harrods in London, Saks in New York and Isetan in Tokyo to name a few.
Tateossian also has an extensive private collection distribution network, working closely with some of the fashion industry’s most respected brands. Additionally, the brand is available in Duty-Free and on board some of the world’s leading airlines, including Emirates Airlines, KLM, Japanese Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways.