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  • Rare Types of Gemstones

    Gemstones are made up of various minerals, rocks, and biological matter. There are certain to be some gemstones that are substantially more uncommon and precious than the famous diamond, with...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Why platinum vintage rings?

    Platinum is one of the most favoured precious metal for engagement rings. Platinum wedding settings are popular among brides and grooms. The metal's indestructible property is appreciated as a symbol...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Diamonds

    Power and perfection With a long history of desire and allure, diamonds have held on to their title as the most precious gemstone of them all. Ever since this spectacular...

    Joelle Banton |

  • Emerald Engagement rings

    For over 5000 years, emeralds have been one of the most prized and valuable coloured stones. Ancient civilizations in Africa, Asia, and South America all discovered and appreciated emeralds at...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Sapphire Engagement Rings

    Sapphires have a long and storied history, and royalty has traditionally preferred them. Princess Diana's engagement ring was a magnificent oval sapphire (which Kate Middleton currently wears). Sapphires, along with...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Tourmaline | Antique Rings | Antique Engagement Rings


    Unlike any other gemstone, tourmaline can be found in pretty much all the colours of the rainbow! Along with opal, this stunning gemstone is the alternative birthstone for October. The word...

    Joelle Banton |

  • Anniversaries and Gemstones

    Each anniversary can be commemorated with a gift of jewels or a precious metal. This advice can point you in the proper path when it comes to purchasing for your...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Red Gemstones | Antique Rings | Antique Engagement Rings

    Red Gemstones

    Red is a vibrant hue that stands out, especially in jewellery and provides a wonderful touch to your jewellery collection. Ruby is the most well-known of all the red  gemstones,...

    Samuel Mee |

  • All Micro Mosaic Jewellery

    All Micro Mosaic Jewellery

    Mosaic jewellery was at its zenith in the 19th century - ascribable to the classical revival and the heavy influence of ancient Greek and Roman culture. The method of making a...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Jade

    ‘Jade’ is a general term used to describe two unrelated stones: nephrite and jadeite. Nephrite is one of the toughest materials known to man, composed of intricately intertwined fibrous crystals,...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Glorious Garnet

    Rich in colour and glorious in appearance, it’s easy to see how garnet has become one of the most popular semi-precious gemstones. Once mistaken for rubies, garnet is pyrope mineral...

    Samuel Mee |

  • Peridot

    Peridot | Gem of the sun The beauty of peridot has enthralled many civilisations for thousands of years. Known as the gemstone of the sun and for its brilliant yellowish-green...

    Samuel Mee |