About Us

Winsor Bishop is a trusted independent family British jewelers established in 1834, based in Norwich and recently launching in Trinity Street Cambridge. Winsor Bishop is renowned for one of the ­best portfolios of Swiss watches in the country such as Patek Philippe, Rolex, Breitling, Omega, Bremont and Tag Heuer; all sitting alongside an exquisite collection of high-end diamond, precious stones and pearl jewellery and the iconic Winsor Bishop House Collection.


Established on London Street in 1834 by the Pegler Brothers Jewellers (Alfred and Edwin Samuel Pegler), the store has operated from the same premises ever since. The store was acquired by Mr Richard Winsor Bishop in 1893, renamed and remains Winsor Bishop to this present day. The Croydon family, ­fifth generation jewelers, went on to purchase Winsor Bishop in 2001 with the 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 jewelers 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.


The next step for Winsor Bishop was to use their experience and in-depth knowledge of the industry and launch their own House Collection of jewellery which included the creation of the exquisite London Collar and similar collections such as the delicate London Rose and stunning Rio, Venice and Monte Carlo Diamond Collection. In 2016, the Winsor Bishop story escalated again with the launch of their second independent store in Trinity Street Cambridge – offering the same essence and sophistication of their Norwich store but with a modern twist for the Cambridge audience. Highlighting key Swiss watch brands and the sought after House Collection, Winsor Bishop is growing their second store and establishing a strong customer base now and for the future.