Stone Replacement – Replacing Gemstones That Have Fallen Out of Jewellery
Your jewellery journeys with you through life, taking knocks and bumps along the way. These knocks can damage the claws which could lead you to loosing one of your prized gems. Replacing gemstones does require some thought, which is why we’ve put together some tips for you to think about.
Bracelet & Bangle Repairs – Which Repairs Can Be Done?
Because bracelets and bangles are more susceptible to bumps and knocks, and because they tend to consist of a variety of links and elements such as charms, they have a tendency to require more maintenance.
Jewellery Engraving – What Is It and What Can Be Engraved?
Engraving is the art of carving delicate lettering or pictures into metal and has been a form of jewellery adornment for centuries. It is a wonderful way to add a personal touch to a jewellery gift or a special commemorative piece.
The Peaky Blinders – Jewellery Design at its Peak
ike many of you, we have fallen for the world of Peaky Blinders. The glam, the grit, the old-world charm. The show has captured the imagination of many, so much so that we’ve seen an increase in a request for jewellery design from the 1920s era.
September’s Sapphire Birthstone
You might think of sapphires as a rich blue stone and given that the stone was named in Greek for its azure qualities, you wouldn’t be wrong but sapphires actually occur in a variety of colours which offer an opportunity to create something particularly special for a September birth stone piece.
July’s Juicy Ruby Red Birthstone
With July being the very heart of summer, no birthstone could be more perfect than the ruby. Whether you choose a deep luscious stone or a sweetly innocent pink toned stone, rubies are a delightful birthstone to own for any person born in July.
Enigmatic Emeralds – The Birthstone of May ☘️
While Ireland is known around the world as the “Emerald Isle” due to the gorgeous greens that carpet our home, Emeralds don’t originate on our shores, but have a fascinating and exotic past.
The Art of Hand Engraving
Did you know hand engraving was started by our ancestors almost 5000 years ago? Since then we have been using it engrave all kinds of jewellery and metal surfaces - it gives you an opportunity to enrich a piece of jewellery with a personal touch that is exclusively yours.