Tateossian Opens 2nd North American location in Ottawa

  Photo: Harry Rosen inc. 

Photo: Harry Rosen inc. 

North America's second location for British men's accessories brand Tateossian has opened with Harry Rosen's new Ottawa flagship. The 200 square foot Rideau Centre boutique features the luxury brand's line of men's cufflinks and jewellery, as well as watches, bracelets, tie clips and more. 

Tateossian's designs have become so popular, in fact, that that he's become known as the 'King of Cufflinks' among fans. The brand was founded in London in 1990 by Robert Tateossian. After seven years as an investment banker, Mr. Tateossian decided to follow his dream and start a jewellery and accessory design business, setting up offices in London and a workshop in Birmingham - in the heart of England’s silversmith industry. The brand is now available in over 60 countries and in some of the world's most prestigious stores. It's carried at selected Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen stores in Canada, as well as at selected Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale's locations.

 Designer Robert Tateossian at his Yorkdale boutique. Photo: Harry Rosen. 

Designer Robert Tateossian at his Yorkdale boutique. Photo: Harry Rosen. 

Tateossian's first North American boutique opened in November of 2013 at Harry Rosen's expanded Yorkdale Shopping Centre location in Toronto.

On Saturday, November 15th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, founder Robert Tateossian will make a personal appearance at Harry Rosen's Rideau Centre store. He’ll be showcasing his jewellery collection and officially unveiling his second North American boutique.

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