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Carat London

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CARAT London offers a vast range of jewellery for the modern women looking for statement pieces as well as everyday wearable pieces.

The brand has a loyal celebrity clientele including Emma Willis, Pixie Lott, Lady Gaga, Olivia Palermo, Lily Allen, Ellie Goulding, Maisie Williams, Lucy Watson and Alesha Dixon. CARAT has been a constant supporter of the arts through sponsoring the BAFTA Television Awards.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Burlington Arcade, 51 Piccadilly, London w1J 0QJ
Head Office Telephone: 020 7240 6754
Key Locations:

62 High Street,
London, SW19 5EE

19 The Market, The Piazza,
London, WC2E 8RB

Canary Wharf, Cabot Place East,
London, E14 4QS

The Westgate,
Oxford, OX1 1PE

Company Information
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Jewellery

Company Size (No. of Employees): Approx 50
Key Stockists:

John Lewis; Ernest Jones; Fenwicks; Chisholm Hunter; Selfridges; Time For Shade; Beaverbrooks

UK Standalone Stores: 5
UK Concessions: Approx 20
International Stores & Stockists: Approx 15
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Scott Thompson

Digital Director: Nathalie Akkoui Freris (Social & Digital Manager)
Marketing Director: Heidi Thompson (Head of Creative & Marketing)
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