Crockett & Jones moves to larger City of London shop
Moving to the new shop has increased Crockett & Jones’ space in the Royal Exchange by 30 per cent.
British high-end shoe manufacturer Crockett & Jones has moved from its shop in the City of London’s prestigious Royal Exchange – but only next door. While number 25 in the historical Georgian building had what the 135-year-old company calls ‘charm and character’, it was lacking in sufficient retail space. The new shop at number 26 has increased space for customers and staff by some 30 per cent, and it features solid oak flooring, illuminated maple wood display cabinets, leather armchairs and photography of the company’s factory from the 1920s. This new outlet follows the recent opening of Crockett & Jones’ shop in London’s Canary Wharf business district.
This article was originally published on page 2 of the January 2015 issue of SATRA Bulletin.