Gemstones are and will always be a lovely gesture to wear as many people believe they have meaning and actual spiritual connections behind them. And that’s totally fine, if you are into that. It's also acceptable to wear any gemstone you like. Let's go into the history of gemstones to get an overview of where and how it all started.
There are two types of natural gemstones, Organic and Inorganic. Organic gemstones are formed and produced by living organisms such as pearl, amber and coral. Inorganic gemstones are minerals formed under natural conditions by the earth these include diamonds, sapphires, emeralds and rubies.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to re-making or re-modelling a ring. It all comes down to the type of ring that is going to be re-made. Another consideration is the cost of new materials the re-make will use. Below we will go through the many different phases as well as the different cost points of all the work involved.
Remaining as one of the most popular diamond cuts since the 1920s, the emerald diamond cut is used within many different jewellery designs, such as engagement rings, necklaces and earrings. However, the name of this cut can be confusing for many. This is because the emerald cut is deeply linked to the emerald stone, leaving questions like, ‘Is this diamond green?’, ‘Is this term referring to an emerald gemstone or a diamond?’ and ‘What is the emerald cut and where did it originate from?’ Read more...
Find out more about rose gold jewellery. Sometimes also named pink or red gold, it is created with a blend of yellow gold and other materials and is a popular alternate choice to traditional gold or contemporary white gold.
Engagement Rings - Not knowing your partner's ring finger size does not mean that you are unable to surprise them with a proposal and engagement ring. Let our experienced team help you choose the right ring and size.
When you try on wedding rings, are you having to force them over your knuckle, then once on your finger your ring feels too loose? Repeatedly having to try on different ring sizes and still having no luck? Then you may be one of those people. Read more...
Many people think the size of the diamond is measured by the carat. This however is not the case, size is determined by the physical size of the diamond in millimetres and the carat is measured by its weight. Our diamond education guides will introduce you to all you need to know about diamonds.