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the may birthstone edit: emerald

The May birthstone is the Emerald, a stone which is more rare and valuable than most other stones, in fact it is known as one of “The Big Three” alongside the Sapphire and Ruby. Typically, they are mined in countries such as Brazil, Colombia, and Zambia. The gorgeous rich green has been used in both royal crowns and engagement rings, and it is estimated that …

the april birthstone edit: diamond & clear

All you April babies, you are lucky aren’t you! Arguably the best birthstone to have, but also the most expensive, the diamond is most commonly used in engagement rings, but are also popular in earrings. White diamonds are the most common variety of diamond, and the brighter the white, generally the more expensive the diamond. However, diamonds also come in various other colours such as …

glossary: earring styles

If I’m honest, I think earrings are my favourite type of jewellery. Necklaces can be fiddly to put on (and they just don’t go with some outfits) and bracelets can be uncomfortable if you’re spending your day working at a computer, or going out for a meal. But earrings, they work with every and any outfit and are a quick way to make yourself feel a …

the march birthstone edit: aquamarine

march birthstone - aquamarine

March babies are lucky enough to have Aquamarine as their birthstone. In folklore, it was once believed that the alluring stone was the treasure of mermaids, and was used by sailors to bring luck and good fortune. This glimmering gem is vibrant in colour and has long been associated with calming and soothing qualities. The Azul tones are the perfect accompaniment to your spring/summer wardrobe. …

mothers day gift guide

mothers day jewellery

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we all know that frantic panic of ‘what exactly do you get Mum?’ You would have thought after all this time you’d have it all figured out right?! But after the countless flowers and stuffed teddies from your local supermarket, maybe it’s time to switch it up with some of our gorgeous pieces of jewellery. Be it a …

help victims of domestic abuse with our international womens day edit

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we have partnered up with local women’s refuges in the South London area. The handful of refuges that we are supporting are all charities which provide support and accommodation to women and children who are victims of domestic violence. We will be donating a minimum of one piece of jewellery to the refuges for every piece that is sold from our International Women’s …

#trending – new in

We’re pretty hot on adding new products to the website, hopefully you’ve noticed! Here’s a round up of some of the new in pieces that have been flying off our shelves,. We’d recommend grabbing anything you want ASAP, we can’t promise they’ll be around forever. Earrings From spikes and cute animals, to charm hoops and everyday essentials – our earring collection has grown a lot …

choosing the right hoops for you

If there’s one jewellery item that’s iconic and easy to wear in multiple ways, it’s hoop earrings. From simple gold dipped 25mm hoops to more ornate charm hoop earrings, there really is a style for everyone and whatever event you’re heading to (and whatever outfit you’re wearing), there’s a pair of hoops that will look great on you! So, let’s talk about some different types …

timeless pieces of jewellery everyone needs

Just like every girl should have a LBD (little black dress) in her wardrobe, she should also have a collection of timeless pieces of jewellery to see her through every social occasion. Your collection should be versatile and include classic items that will add sophistication to casual outfits during the day, and enhance your evening looks making them memorable and stand-out in a style unique …

the february birthstone edit: amethyst

February is in full swing, we know January felt like it lasted a whole year, and with that means a new birthstone edit. The birthstone for February is the amethyst, a gorgeous purple colour which is typically a deep violet, however can vary in darkness and is sometimes found to be a light lilac shade.  The amethyst is a lucky stone, not only is it the …