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December’s birthstones: blue topaz and turquoise

Each month has at least one stunning gemstone attributed to it as a birthstone by astrologers and gemologists, each with different meanings and symbols.   December’s birthstones are the stunning blue topaz and the alluring turquoise. Blue Topaz Topaz comes in many different colours; white, yellow red, grey orange and brown, but the December birthstone…

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Diamonds are forever

Everyone knows the saying ‘diamonds are forever’. They’re often symbolic of a special moment, be that an engagement, wedding or birth of a child, you can see why this gemstone is used to represent eternal love. It’s not only the beauty and sparkle of a diamond that makes you understand this, but the physical qualities…

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October Wedding Fayre

Looking for unique handmade wedding rings? Then please come and meet us at the Swan Hotel Wedding Fayre in Bibury on Sunday, 16th October 2016. 12 noon until 4pm. The Swan Hotel is located in the picturesque Cotswold village of Bibury, famous for its grassy meadows, honey-coloured cottages and the River Coln that gently flows through the…

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New Sapphire Flower Ring

One of my most popular designs was this pretty sapphire flower ring, set with a sparkly blue sapphire. The ring sold out quickly and it took me a fair while to find replacement blue sapphires for a new ring. I am now able to make a further two rings in any size, plus the featured…

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A Kaleidoscope of Colours – Coloured Gemstones in Demand

Recently at Sotheby’s Geneva auction house, a ruby weighing 25.59 carats sold for £19.5 million. The market for coloured diamonds and precious gemstones is very strong this year, with a pink diamond also selling for £10.5 million. Women are increasingly seeking coloured gems in preference to standard white diamonds. On my Design your Own Ring…

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Lilia’s Favourite Picks for Valentines Day Gifts

With Valentine’s Day coming round again and if you’re wondering what to give as a gift – consider a piece of jewellery Jewellery lasts for ever, always makes a wonderful gift and it’s so much more special than the normal and frequently silly gifts you can find in the stores. A piece of jewellery for…

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Why You Should Only Buy Ethical or Recycled Gold Jewellery

I am passionate about only using ethical, recycled gold for my jewellery and always have been. It causes the least damage to the planet, and it creates jewellery just as beautiful as directly mined gold. But this post is not just a way of saying ‘buy from me’ but trying to explain why ethical gold…

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A Guide to Buying Large or Plus Size Rings

Large size or plus size wedding or engagement rings can be difficult to find whether you’re looking on the high street or you want a bespoke ring. Most jewellers offer average sizes, and this can be very disappointing if you find something you like and you can’t have it in your size. So the first…

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New In Aquamarine Ring

Aquamarine gemstones make the prettiest rings, either as engagement rings or dress rings. The pale sea blue colour of the aquamarine is set off perfectly by either a white or yellow gold setting, white looking cool and contemporary, and yellow gold creating a rich warmth to the stone. I love creating rings with aquamarines, as…

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Our New Eternity Rings

Traditionally an eternity ring is a ring given to mark a memorable occasion, a birth or anniversary perhaps, with a continuous line of stones going around the ring. The main history of the eternity ring is that of the wedding ring, which dates as far back as the Ancient Egyptians who gave rope as a sign…

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November Birthstone Jewellery – Citrine

Citrine is the November birthstone. Often confused with topaz, it has a golden yellow hue which can darken to almost black in some cases. One of the best things about citrine gemstones is that they can be both beautiful and affordable, and are perfect for earrings, rings, pendants and bracelets. The name citrine is derived from the…

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The Five Elements of Choosing a Wedding Ring

Choosing a wedding ring, or wedding band, is a very personal thing. Do you want a modern or traditional ring? Do you both want matching wedding rings? In which case something classic may well be the best choice. Or do you want one ring set with sparkling diamonds and the other the same design but…

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Princess Cut Engagement Ring with Limited Edition Gemstone

My new princess cut engagement ring features a beautiful limited edition sapphire, available in one of four colours; hot pink (code SAPP01), lemon yellow, (SAPP02), purple (SAPP03), and golden yellow (SAPP04). Sapphires come in a number of different colours, but to find four stones like these is exceptional, so if you’re interested please let me…

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