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  • Victorian insect jewellery

    Victorian insect jewellery

    The Victorian era produced an intriguing trend that continues to captivate modern enthusiasts — insect jewellery. This style, encompassing brooches, necklaces, rings and everything in between, showcases a unique approach...

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  • Jane Austen on the £10 note

    A guide to the jewellery of Jane Austen

    Jane Austen is a legend of British literature. Over 200 years after their publication, novels like Pride and Prejudice, Emma, and Sense and Sensibility continue to enchant readers worldwide. Likewise,...

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  • Queen Victoria & the Snake Ring

    Queen Victoria & the Snake Ring

    The fashion conscious and fresh faced monarch, Queen Victoria, was crowned at the tender age of eighteen. Her engagement with Prince Albert was unique seeing as due to her position,...

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  • What is 'Greenwashing'?

    What is 'Greenwashing'?

    What is ‘Greenwashing’?  Greenwashing refers to the act of making false or exaggerated claims around one’s environmental processes or impacts. This sales and marketing technique that appeases conscious customers, because...

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  • Micro-Mosaic Jewellery

    Micro-Mosaic Jewellery

    Micro mosaic jewellery is an art form that has been practiced for centuries and involves creating intricate designs by arranging tiny pieces of glass or tesserae (a type of enamel)...

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  • Lover's Eye Jewellery

    Lover's Eye Jewellery

    Lover's eye jewellery is a fascinating and intriguing piece of history. This unique style of jewellery was popular in the late 18th and 19th centuries, similar to acrostic jewellery, it...

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  • Styling Gemstones this Spring

    Styling Gemstones this Spring

    Spring is a time of renewal, freshness and new beginnings. It’s a time to shed the layers of winter and embrace the beauty of the outdoors. It’s also a great...

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  • A guide to Floral Motifs used in Jewellery

    A guide to Floral Motifs used in Jewellery

    Floral motifs have long been a popular style of jewellery, particularly when it comes to rings and earrings. The use of floral designs in jewellery can be traced back centuries...

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  • All About Acrostic Jewellery

    All About Acrostic Jewellery

    Acrostic jewellery originated in the Georgian and Victorian eras and refers to a type of jewellery that has a hidden message within its design. The message is spelt out by the first...

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  • ARB's 2023 BAFTA-inspired Top 5 Trends

    ARB's 2023 BAFTA-inspired Top 5 Trends

    The BAFTA's were graced with Serpentine necklaces, Louis Vuitton pearls, DeBeers diamonds, Chopard chokers and to our surprise, diamond brooches. Here are our Top 10 BAFTA-inspired picks from our full...

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  • Let's Talk About Tiffany & Co.

    Let's Talk About Tiffany & Co.

    The legendary American jewellery brand Tiffany & Co. has been creating timeless pieces for more than 180 years. Founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young, Tiffany...

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  • Antique Giardinetti Rings

    Antique Giardinetti Rings

    Antique Giardinetti rings are a style of ring that originated in the 17th century and were popular throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. The name Giardinetti comes from the Italian...

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