Steeped in rich history, Covent Garden is the cultural hub for London.
What is A Royal Warrant of Appointment is a mark of recognition of those who have supplied goods or services to the Households of HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales for at least five years, and who have an ongoing trading arrangement.
Today there are around 800 Royal Warrant holders representing a huge cross-section of trade and industry, from individual craftspeople to global multi-nationals. They are united by a commitment to the highest standards of service, quality and excellence.
Here is a round up of who in Covent Garden so you can royally shop and experience the best of London.
So you might not be able to roll out of Covent Garden in a brand new Aston, but you can see some of their finest creations thanks to Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum in Covent Garden. From the Aston Martin DB-5—the achingly beautiful silver sports car first used by Bond in Goldfinger to the DB10 from Spectre, this is a must visit for any Bond fan. Other notable Royal Warrant holders that feature in the exhibition are Bentley and Jaguar.
Aston Martin was given the Royal Warrant by HRH The Prince of Wales
Established in 1856, Burberry is known for their heritage of innovation, craftsmanship and design. Founded by Thomas Burberry who invented the waterproof fabric gabardine to protect from the elements, creating the foundation for the iconic trench coat that today remains at the core of the business, it is no reason they were granted their Royal Warrant by HM The Queen herself.
What’s better than one Penhaligon’s? Two! What’s better than one Royal Warrants? Two! Covent Garden is proud to have a beautiful Penhaligon’s in the heart of the Market Building and the oldest Penhaligon’s on Wellington Street. Moreover, this iconic British brand has been given a Royal Warrant by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and HRH The Prince of Wales. With 150 year heritage of making the highest quality of product who could deny this British brand their claim to royalty.