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Zircon and Diamond Ring

Zircon and Diamond RingApril 23, 2019NewsSo happy with this beautiful zircon and diamond ring I designed for my client who was looking to replace her stolen engagement ring. It features a 6mm round blue zircon which is so sparkly and intense in colour and two...

Ethical Tourmaline Ring

Ethical Tourmaline RingFebruary 11, 2019NewsBecause I want my business to be an ethical and sustainable as possible I spend a lot of time browsing ethical gemstone fairs (it’s a hard life!) and at a fair in Bristol last year I found (and fell in love with) this...

Stacey’s Wedding Rings

Stacey’s Wedding RingsNovember 29, 2018NewsMy client Stacey got married recently and I just have to share the pictures of her wonderful day with you. Stacey needed wedding rings (obviously!) but also a pair of earrings to go with her beautiful wedding dress. She...

A is for Amber

A is for AmberNovember 23, 2018NewsSo amber is technically not a gemstone, it's fossilised resin BUT it is an extremely beautiful gift of nature! And it has been prized by people and worn as jewellery for thousands of years. Amber symbolises healing and is even used...

Tree of Life

Tree of LifeNovember 5, 2018NewsA death in the family is always a traumatic time and when the dust has settled it's natural to want something to remember your loved one by. I have quite a few commissions for remembrance jewellery, often including jewellery that has...

Rubies: 40 Years of Protection and Connection

Rubies: 40 Years of Protection and ConnectionApril 27, 2018NewsRubies are part of the corundum gemstone family along with sapphires. What makes rubies red is the trace amounts of the element chromium, named for the Greek word, chroma, meaning colour. The name Ruby...

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