Luxury goods maker goes into administration


William & Son Limited cease trading

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William & Son the Mayfair based luxury goods maker and retailer have gone into administration.

The doors remain closed on the Bruton Street, London address with RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP appointed as Joint Administrators on 10 July 2020.

Holder of the Royal Warrant, the retailer dealt with jewellery, watches, silverware, sporting guns, sporting accessories and other luxury gifts including, assorted leather items, games, handbags, briefcases, albums and books.

Founded in 1999 by William Asprey, a seventh-generation member of the Asprey family, William and Son was a brand dedicated to using the highest quality British craftsmanship and materials, which led it to earn a Royal Warrant.

The company stated that:

“Our silverware and jewellery departments in particular are working with a new generation of artists, artisans and designer-makers, ensuring that traditional crafts not only survive but are re-invigorated. In our watches and pens departments, connoisseur brands are expertly mixed and matched to ensure that all tastes, whims and fancies are catered for. We also offer a bespoke service across our entire product range, from elegant engraving to customisation to one-off commissions.”


Rebecca van Rooijen


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