opticians in Marylebone

About Us

After twenty years experience working and managing at various prestigious opticians in the Harley Street area Roger Pope opened his own practice on New Cavendish Street in 1987. Since then, the practice has grown from strength to strength, being granted a Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen in 2006 and HRH Prince of Wales in January 2014.

Marylebone Opticians

Our History

We initially specialised in dispensing prescriptions from leading Harley Street Ophthalmologists and subsequently also prescriptions issued by optometrists in our own consulting room at 41 New Cavendish Street. Roger Pope and Partners have a dedicated team of five dispensing opticians and three optometrists. Our consulting room incorporates the very latest technology and we also benefit from our on-site optical lab.

Roger Pope

Our Philosophy

In this unique independent opticians, situated in the Harley Street area of London, we aim to create a warm and welcoming environment within the traditionally furnished surroundings. Emphasis is placed on personal service, correctly fitted frames and accurately dispensed lenses.

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Marlyebone Opticians

Meet the Team

We have a dedicated team led by our Practice Manager together with 5 Dispensing Opticians, 3 Optometrists and 3 support staff who always ensure the best possible service for our clients.

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Royal Warrants Holders Opticians

Royal Warrant Holders

Over the centuries Royal life and tastes changed. Henry VIII appointed Thomas Hewytt to 'Serve the Court with Swannes and Cranes' and 'all kinds of Wildfoule'. The Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520 was largely put together by Royal Tradesmen. Charles II's 1684 list of Royal tradesmen included a Sword Cutter, an Operator for the Teeth, and a Goffe-club Maker. Among the tradesmen supplying the Royal Household in 1789 were a pin maker, a mole taker, a card maker and a rat catcher.

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