H Hogarth Jewellers, a family-owned business located in Kendal, boasts a unique building design with diamond-patterned cast iron walls. Established in 1879 and part of the Hogarth family for 100 years!

With two shops located across from each other on Kendal’s beautiful cobbled Branthwaite Brow, offering a wide range of jewellery. Don’t forget to take a step back and admire the beauty of the building when you visit.

Graeme Hogarth, his wife Helen, and their daughter Laura – the fourth generation of the family business – now run The Jewellers. Graeme and Laura handle the jewellers, while Helen manages the Silver Shop. The business remains an independent, family-run jewellers, which Kendal is proud to have within it’s town.


In 1923, Cyril Hogarth bought a jeweler’s shop and added a glasses dispensary. After his death, his wife Hilda ran the shop until their son Alan took over in 1955. Alan received extensive training and became active in professional organizations. He and his wife Rita ran the shop for many years, even studying in Switzerland and going on study tours around the world.

Graeme and Helen joined the family business, in 1982 and after their children were born, Helen started managing the Silver Shop which sells contemporary and classic silver jewelry and watches. Laura, their daughter, joined the business in 2013 after gaining her own experience and training, and has completed the professional jewellers diploma like many of their staff.

The business has undergone several changes over the years, including the opening of a silver shop in 1989 and the doubling of its size in 2009. In 2002, the Jewellers expanded by extending into the shop next door, and in 2010, the shop was updated to match the Silver Shop opposite. The private ring lounge was refreshed in 2018 to create a comfortable and luxurious space for customers to view diamond ring collections.

100 Year Celebrations:

2023 is a special year for the family and they’ve kick started their 100 year with brilliant initiatives and fantastic competitions:

100 hours of volunteering
As part of their 100 year celebrations they are going to be volunteering 100 hours to charity.
100 year anniversary competition for local Primary Schools
Hogarth has invited local schools to take part in a competition to design a 100 year logo. The winning school will get £250 to spend and will also feature in one of their adverts
100 year anniversary competition for everyone! 
A competition running from May until July where Hogarths are giving away over £7000 worth of prizes, there will be a 1st prize worth £5000, 2nd worth £1500 and 3rd worth £750.
Celebration week 
A promotional event in store with offers throughout the week commencing 8th May, and that the weekend 12th and 13th May they are serving cupcakes and Prosecco

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