Our newest shop is in Scotland's largest city
Sheila is delighted to have established a beautiful shop in Princes Square, Glasgow’s favourite speciality shopping destination. Sheila and son, Martin, oversaw all details, working closely with Orkney artist and interior designer, Marion Yorston.
The concept for this stunning gallery was to create an environment for Sheila's jewellery that it as inspiring and beautiful as her island home. Everything within the shop's interior—the lighting, sculptures, architectural roof, and walls—reflects the landscape and light of the North.
Sheila showcases some very special jewellery in this exquisite shop including stunning designs made in rare Scottish Gold. Sheila Fleet is one of only two jewellers authorised to receive Scottish Gold from Cononish Gold Mine, Scotland's only commercial gold mine.
Enjoy viewing Sheila’s extensive jewellery collections and designer rings, all made in Scotland. Coylah and her team are very experienced and will be delighted to help you.
COVID-19 & extra safety measures
Our Glasgow Gallery operates in line with Scottish Government guidance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We appreciate your patience with the new shop measures we have introduced.
To avoid disappointment during busy times, we’ve added a booking system to our website where you can book a 45-minute one-to-one appointment with one of the Sheila Fleet team. For vulnerable customers, it’s also possible to book a private morning appointment during which the gallery will be closed to the public.
Please note: If a private jewellery appointment has been booked on any given day, we will open the gallery one hour later. Private appointments are available to any customers considered vulnerable in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Address||Sheila Fleet Glasgow
Princes Square (First Floor)
48 Buchanan Street
|Tel||+44 (0)141 221 3994|
Princes Square is situated on Buchanan Street, one of Glasgow's main pedestrianised shopping areas. St Enoch Underground Station, Glasgow Central Station, Argyll Station and Queen Street Station are all nearby.