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Winsor Bishop is a trusted independent family British jewellers established in 1834, based in Norwich, Norfolk. We are renowned for one of the best portfolios of Swiss watches in the country such as Patek Philippe, Rolex, Breitling, Omega, and TAG Heuer; all sitting alongside an exquisite collection of high-end diamond, precious stones, pearl jewellery and the iconic Winsor Bishop House Collection.
Winsor Bishop’s heritage is a long and prestigious one; originally called Pegler Brothers Jewellers, it was acquired and renamed by the Winsor Bishop family in 1893, and since 2001, it has been owned and run by the Croydon family. are fifth generation jewellers and have moved the business on, with the contemporary vision of taking the store to the next level - stocking the most sought after Swiss Watch brands in the country and establishing a rich rapport as the most prestigious jewellers in Norfolk.
After successfully managing and developing Winsor Bishop in Norwich, the family launched into the local market of jewellery franchises and won industry awards for both within the first year of trading, with the MD continuing to win Director of the Year shortly after.
2018 has brought Winsor Bishop new ventures that continue to keep the ever growing company in the forefront of luxury retail in Norfolk. The Diamond Lounge came to life earlier in the year, it’s a private luxury space that exhibits our wedding rings, fine diamond collections and new diamond jewellery stock. The Piercing Parlour launched this summer, an exclusive destination for all of your ear piercing needs. Whether it’s your very first piercing or adding a new addition to your growing collection, our resident piercers are on hand to guide you through the process with their bespoke styling advice.
Winsor Bishop will continue to innovate for years to come, stay tuned to see what they do next.
39 - 43 London Street
01603 620 638
Mon - Fri: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Sat: 9:30am – 5:30pm
Sun: 10:00am – 4:00pm
The store will be closed on Christmas Day,
Boxing Day and New Year's Day.