A Handmade Eternity Ring for Christmas

A handmade eternity ring is a band of gold or platinum with a ring of precious stones or diamonds around it’s circumference. They symbolize eternal life, eternal love, the cycle of life and eternity. With this in mind, they are given between couples to symbolize their never ending love at a significant moment in their […]

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Ditchling Wedding? Plan the perfect Sussex Wedding

Whether you’ve bought the ring or just said yes, planning a perfect Ditchling wedding is no laughing matter. So, what happens next? Depending on you this could involve months of intricate planning or a quick nip to the registry office.  But, regardless of whether you’re a ‘bridezilla’ or a ‘not that fussed’, Ditchling is a […]

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Gemstone Cutting

The first stage of gemstone cutting is to select the rough. At first this doesn’t look like much, a bag of old rocks. It takes an expert to predict what the final quality of the cut stone will be.        Wetting the stone or oiling it often brings out it’s true colour. This […]

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Jewellery Competition Brighton

Jewellery Competition Brighton.  We are pleased to announce we are holding another competition on Pinterest for you to win a £200 voucher! You can enter the Jewellery Competition Brighton by: Going to our Pinterest or Instagram page Pinning your top 5 favourite products Showing us the outfit you would like to pair with it by […]

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May Birthstone Emerald Jewellery

The May Birthstone is Emerald the most famous of the green gemstones. It is also one of rarest and most valuable and is classified as one of the ‘precious four’ gemstones: emerald, ruby, diamond and sapphire. The finest emerald is thought to come from Columbia. Emerald has a special cut known as “Emerald Cut” or octagon which perfectly suits […]

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Hammered Wedding Rings Handmade in Sussex

Hammered Wedding Rings add a touch of individuality to any shaped wedding band. As Jewellers Anton Pruden and Rebecca Smith were both trained as silversmiths originally. The unusual look of the jewellery that they design at Pruden and Smith uses hammering as a technique little used in traditional jewellery. It gives their jewellery an individuality not […]

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