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What’s the Difference Between High Street & Handmade Wedding Rings?

“Not all wedding rings were created equal. In this guide you’ll learn about the key differences between artizan wedding rings and those mass produced for the High Street.” WHAT ARE THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WEDDING RINGS? Two rings from different suppliers may seem very similar, but why is one ring more expensive than the other…

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What Are Salt and Pepper Diamonds?

Salt and pepper diamonds are a fabulous alternative to classic white diamonds. In this blog we explain the differences and why they’re becoming such a popular choice for engagement rings and other jewellery.

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Pay For an Engagement Ring in Instalments

Moissanite Solitaire Engagement Ring

Buying the engagement ring that you want can be tough on your bank balance. Make the experience a little lighter on your funds by spreading the cost and paying in instalments. Spread the cost of buying an engagement ring with credit-free instalment plans from Lilia Nash. Pay a 50% deposit and your engagement ring will…

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How to Choose a Wedding Ring

18ct Gold Comfort Fit Wedding Ring - Matte Finish

Learn how to choose a wedding ring in Lilia Nash’s must-read guide. Learn about different styles, how to wear wedding & engagement rings together and other things you should know before you buy.

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November Birthstone Jewellery – Citrine

november birthstone bracelet

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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Sapphires – Birthstone, Wedding Anniversary Gift & Precious Gemstone

blue sapphire diamond ring

What is a Sapphire and What Colours Do They Come In? Sapphires are best known for their deep blue colour, but these beautiful precious gemstones are actually available in virtually any colour – with the exception of red. That’s because sapphires are part of the mineral group called corundum which also includes their sister stone,…

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June Birthstone Jewellery: Pearl and Alexandrite

pearl stacking ring

“…..30 days hath September, April, June and November” is how the well-known poem starts and I’m certainly looking forward to the 30 days of June as we inch closer towards our Summer here in the U.K. It’s the month with the most daylight hours, and it’s also the month that has two birthstones associated with…

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The Birthstone for May: Emerald

Lilia Nash Bespoke Emerald and Diamond Engagement Ring

May has to be one of my favourite times of year. Summer is just around the corner, the trees are green again, and while the blossom may be mostly gone you know that what is still to come will be beautiful. If you’re lucky enough to be born in May then the emerald is your…

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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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Lilia’s Favourite Picks for Valentines Day Gifts

Pearl Earrings

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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