February birthstone: Amethyst

A gem that is a “remedy against drunkenness”? That’s just one benefit attributed to Amethyst, the birthstone for February. It was also believed to keep the wearer clear headed, focused and quick witted in battle or business affairs, or calm lovers overrun by passion. Read on for more about amethyst.

Diamond set bands

Today we’re looking at diamond set bands! For either wedding/eternity bands or your engagement ring, read on for 3 things to consider when deciding on your piece.

January birthstone: Garnet

Kicking the year off with January’s birthstone – the garnet. Garnets are commonly red but you may not know that they also come in different colours, ranging from yellows, oranges, purples, vibrant green and even (rarely), blue to purple colour changing.

A quick look at tennis bracelets

Tennis bracelets are having a moment right now. The simple but elegant and infinitely wearable accessory has seen rises in popularity through the years and is not necessarily the budget breaker you might think – although there’s plenty of options for those with deep pockets!

Cut series: Emerald cut

Emerald Cut diamonds remind me of the 1920’s – jazz music and Art Deco architecture – a time of a certain sophistication and style. If you were thinking about an Emerald Cut diamond, read on for a few things to consider.

November birthstones: Topaz and Citrine

Like October babies, those born in November have a choice of birthstones: Topaz or Citrine. Both are relatively affordable and durable and topaz also comes in many different colours so you are sure to find something you like.

Personalising jewellery

We often get asked how to make a piece of jewellery a bit more unique or personalised. Let’s have a look a few ways to make jewellery more meaningful and personal.

October birthstones: Opal and Tourmaline

Those born in October get to enjoy a choice of birthstone. Opals have traditionally been the birthstone for this month, but recently Tourmalines have been added meaning October babies get a spectacular colour range of gemstones to choose from. We’re going to explore a little of both in this article.

The four c’s of diamond grading -clarity

Diamond clarity involves the assessment for small imperfections or birthmarks either on the surface or within the diamond. Surface imperfections are known as blemishes while internal imperfections are known as inclusions. Almost all diamonds have some form of imperfection – which is understandable as they are formed by nature over millions of years. One thing worth noting is the inclusions within a diamond have no impact on the sparkle of the diamond.

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