Jewellery brand Andrew Geoghegan has announced a deal with Liberty London department store to stock its pieces.
The pieces are available through the company Kojis, which showcases fine jewellery including jewellery art thousands of years old.
The Andrew Geoghegan pieces will be stocked at Great Marlborough Street, a prime shopping location, as the company looks to push further into statement pieces and high jewellery.
The likes of the Chapiteau de Paraiba (pictured) and the signature Chocolate Boxes are part of the offering at Kojis, Liberty as well as the Satellite and Celestial collections.
This new relationship is especially poignant for Geoghegan due to the friendship his great, great grandfather, Charles Holme had with the Liberty founder, Arthur Lasenby Liberty.
Geoghegan said: “In recent years, London has been a surprisingly challenging location to select the right retail partners and I am naturally delighted that we have struck gold as it were with Kojis at Liberty.
“I have a strong memory as a young boy of my father pointing to a portrait of a young, wide eyed man hanging in my grandparent’s house. He told me that this was Charles Holme and talked about his link to Liberty. This makes the relationship we are developing all the more special.”