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Wendy 03 Dec 0 16
Topaz is a hard, silicate based gemstone making it very durable for jewellery and other purposes.  Most naturally found topaz is yellow or brown in colour and it is often confused with citrine, which is a similar colour.  Blue and colourless topaz is quite rare but is found naturally in Africa and Texas – most blue topaz used in jewellery making ha..
Wendy 02 Dec 0 15
It's never too early to start planning a wedding, once the date and venue are sorted the organisational machine kicks into gear and the catering, drink, dress, shoes, flowers, seating plan all need to be sorted.  There's also the important question of jewellery, and this is one area where the old maxim “something old, something new, something borro..
Wendy 26 Nov 0 57
Our Love and Kisses collection encapsulates the essence of love in a range of gorgeous jewellery which makes the perfect gift of love for a special occasion, or just because.  We don't need an excuse to express our love to our partners; we can show our love at any time, so if you want to make your loved one's day there's few better ways to do it th..
Wendy 22 Nov 0 73
When someone does something nice for us we say thank you, whether that's for pet sitting, helping with a house move, providing support during an illness or a more general thank you, it's nice to give a gift to show our gratitude.  Many of these smaller favours can be repaid with flowers or a bottle of wine, but for a more significant act of generos..
Wendy 19 Nov 0 58
Let's hope our usual Indian summer appears again this year – it's so nice to have that last spell of balmy weather before winter starts setting in and it's also the perfect time to switch up your jewellery collection with some complementary colours that will look great with the autumn backdrop.   Red rubies and garnets are fantastic for autumn acce..
Wendy 30 Oct 0 94
Family jewellery is a lovely thing to inherit, the memories of the people and occasions the pieces were worn creates an everlasting bond between family members that transgresses the boundaries of life and death. No one wants to dwell on their own mortality, or that of their loved ones, but many people cherish the items they have inherited from thei..
Wendy 30 Oct 0 81
Hearts are a big jewellery trend for 2019 with some of the biggest names in the jewellery industry getting in on the act. Boodles, Chopard and Loquet are among the design brands getting in on the heart shaped trend with rings, pendants, earrings and bracelets galore. The rings especially combine the heart trend with the oversized and multi-coloured..
Wendy 30 Oct 0 123
We all know the saying, "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" for brides on their wedding day, and we think our freshwater pearl wedding jewellery collection fits the bill for that "something new" perfectly.We'd always recommend asking the bride-to-be what she already has in the way of wedding jewellery, and whether she..
Wendy 30 Oct 0 85
Choosing jewellery for yourself may be easy, after all you know your style, what you have already, what you normally wear and you know the occasions on which you might wear a certain piece. Finding something that perfectly fits the bill might be a little trickier, but if you have a sense of what you usually go for you'll know the right piece when y..
Wendy 30 Oct 0 81
We're not far past Christmas, but already some of us are thinking about gifts for those born in February, and with Valentine's Day in the same month there's a lot of pressure to get the right gift. Amethyst is the birthstone for February, so we can narrow down the search for a beautiful piece of jewellery to pieces featuring amethyst stones.Our new..
Wendy 30 Oct 0 83
A beautiful piece of jewellery is a gift that will always be appreciated, but sometimes you want to throw the recipient off the scent and make it into an even bigger surprise. Here are a few creative ways to give jewellery.Wrapping it in several layers of paper or in smaller and smaller boxes is a nice touch that doesn't require much effort on your..
Wendy 30 Oct 0 85
The phrase "feeling blue" has been around, in one form or another, since the 1300s, when the colour started to be used to describe feeling down. A further 700 years later and we're still using the same word to mean sad, and it even has its own musical genre, the blues. That's not going to stop blue lovers wearing the colour; it's all around us in n..
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