Chain retailer offering an array of youth-oriented jewelry & hair accessories, plus ear piercing.
Women's hats by British designers for all occasions, men's hats, fascinators, handbags. Fast tailormade service also available.
4 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DQ
A small chain of independent lifestyle boutiques selling everything a woman could want. Including stunning day wear and evening dresses, jewellery, unique hard to find gifts, handbags and shoes.
Monaco is an established ladies fashion shop in Headington, Oxford. Ladies casual fashion wear size 8 - 22 accessories and scarves jewellery and tights.
The home of Oxford's only Ethical Clothing Shop, all things beautiful & natural. Indigo is about all we believe in – beauty, community, re-wilding, nature, creativity, healthy business practice, working together, and a sprinkling of magic.
The Oxford Gallery is an established purveyor of high end luxury gifts and jewellery. Our retail premises are located on the High Street in the historic city of Oxford, just next door to our long-standing sister shop Reginald Davis. A silversmith and jewellers with a colourful heritage, established in 1904.We are driven by the desire to create a rich, straightforward and enjoyable shopping experience. Carrying a handpicked range of products, with particular specialisation in jewellery, art, modern ‘objets d’intérêt’ and antique curios. The Oxford Gallery is unique, our collection is constantly changing and we pride ourselves on stocking only the finest quality and British design.
Antiques on High is Oxford's favourite venue for buying antiques. Twenty-five friendly dealers offer extensive experience across a wide range of areas including: silver and jewellery, books and music, linens, vintage fashion and accessories, ceramics and glass, pictures, prints and maps, antiquities and collectables.
Owned by Norah Brookes who opened her shop here ten years ago. Very pretty jewellers with a special line in miniature silver animals which are usually on show in the window. Suffragette jewellery is another line they specialise in, purple, green and white being their colours and standing for dignity, purity and hope respectively. Amethysts, pearls and peridots were often chosen to make these pieces of jewellery.
St Clements Antiques specialise in 18th century country furniture.