Sandra Cronan Ltd is based in London’s fashionable Albemarle Street and deals in jewellery from the 17th to early 20th centuries. Amongst Sandra’s stock are pieces from all the major periods including Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. She also has an extensive collection of jewellery made by designers ranging from Boucheron and Cartier to Lalique and Oscar Heyman. All Sandra’s jewellery is characterised by authentic design and style as well as by its wearability. As well as glittering necklaces, bracelets, bracelets and even tiaras, Sandra Cronan also offers a small selection of pieces for gentlemen, including cufflinks and tie-pins. Magazines such as Harpers Bazaar, Vanity Fair and even Tengoal, a gentleman’s sporting magazine, have all featured Sandra’s jewellery showing its desirability and appeal.
Sandra Cronan has been dealing in antique jewellery for over 30 years and for much of this time she had a shop in the Burlington Arcade before moving to Albemarle Street. Sandra is a member of the BADA Fair Committee and Chairman of the Jewellery Vetting Committee at the Fair. She, together with her two associates Catherine Taylor and Catherine Edwards, regularly exhibits at many of the London antique fairs, including Masterpiece, Art Antiques London and the BADA Fair, as well as at a major American fair held in Palm Beach each February.