Archive | Jewellery

Which white precious metal?

Which white precious metal should you choose for your jewellery? In the high street all white gold, platinum and palladium rings are rhodium plated to make them look the same colour in the display widow. However rhodium plating is a temporary finish and especially on rings where they rub against things daily, it will wear […]

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Stone Cutting Jaipur

Stone Cutting Jaipur Every January I am lucky enough to make an annual trip out to India where I source, design and cut gemstones for our coming years collection in the fascinating city of Jaipur. Jaipur’s stone cutting tradition harks back to the early 18th century when the ruling Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II founded the city […]

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Christmas Pearl Jewellery

Whether you are looking for a stocking filler or that extra special Christmas gift our Christmas Pearl Jewellery will suit all budgets.       These fun pearl stacking rings come in silver or silver with 9ct yellow gold settings with white, black or grey pearls in 3 sizes: 7.5mm, 10mm and 15mm. Mix and […]

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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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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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