The 1920s and 30s was an age renowned for glitz and glamour, Hollywood movie stars, Flapper Girls, the Charleston and the Great Gatsby. During this era of ‘The Roaring Twenties’ the modernist style of ‘Art Deco’ was born and was the very first internationally recognised style revolution influencing fashion, jewellery, interior design, buildings etc.Read More
29 Sep 2016 10:24:06
From Round and Marquise, to Pear and Asscher, there are so many diamond cuts to choose from when purchasing an engagement ring for your partner. However, there is little denying that Princess cut diamond rings are one of the most popular options. In fact, it is the second-most popular diamond engagement ring for women all over the globe, behind the Round Brilliant cut. People all over the world have clearly fallen in love with this beautiful diamond cut, and below we are going to take a look at the different reasons why.Read More
27 Jun 2016 14:27:19
Have you considered a black diamond ring or a necklace adorned with stunning black diamonds? This is an unusual choice, yet one that is undeniably striking. These diamonds lend themselves well to the popular gothic style, yet they can also be suited to modern jewellery as well. And, one of the great things about black diamonds is that they are more affordable than the other colours that are available, and this is because there is a relatively low demand for them.Read More
16 Nov 2015 14:13:12
Fancy yellows are the most popular of all natural coloured diamonds. They are also the most commonly produced fancy coloured diamonds. It is estimated that around 60% of all natural coloured diamonds belong to the fancy yellow category. There are many misconceptions regarding fancy yellow diamonds and they have often been mistaken as a ''common'' coloured diamond or as a rare gem. This has led to a lot of confusion and misconceptions in terms of categorization.
The majority of yellows are located just below the centre of the value scale. At the upper end of this scale are some exquisite vivid diamonds that have reached up to 6 figures or more per carat in actions.
2 Sep 2015 08:52:00
Searching for the right deal for a diamond engagement rings in Hatton Garden could get somewhat tricky! So many things to consider, where does one start? Well, if you don’t have any knowledge and haven’t encountered an experience in buying diamonds – then you might want to start off by reading “Basic knowledge about the diamonds 4cs link”
Now shopping in Hatton Garden is not at all stress-free – let’s begin by saying that approximately 300 of the businesses in Hatton Garden are in the jewellery industry and over 55 shops represent the largest cluster of jewellery retailers in the UK.Read More