When George William Catanach established the Catanach’s brand in 1874, he based his business, which over 140 years later would still be a family legacy, on the premise that quality and beauty must go hand in hand when crafting a piece of fine jewellery. This core value has been passed down and cultivated over 5 generations, presently residing with Amanda and David Catanach, the current custodians of this iconic Melbourne Jewellery House.

After a wonderful 109 years at ‘Catanach House’ in the Royal Arcade in Melbourne’s CBD, Catanach’s made the move to 1212 High St Armadale in 1986. Over the past 30 years Catanach’s has remained an iconic fixture in this premium shopping strip.

Catanach’s is located in one of Melbourne’s premier wedding district. High Street Armadale has long been associated with high end retail, a perfect Melbourne location for a jewellery store such as Catanach’s. Boasting the best range of coloured stones in the country and renown for searching the world for the very best stones for its customers.

Catanach’s also have a wide collection of lustrous Australian and pearls, born in the clean turquoise waters of Broome, Western Australia. Catanach’s have strong links with this out back town, and offer a huge choice of cultured and keshi pearls.

Catanach’s Jewellers are the proud makers of the Caulfield Cup, and have a long association with the Melbourne Racing Club, both as a sponsor and trophy maker. They also support many charity race days, both metropolitan and country.