Taylor & Hart's Blog
As the end of the 2015 Rugby World Cup approaches, we have re-created the iconic rugby ball in diamonds and gemstones. We are commemorating this weekend’s rugby world cup final between New Zealand and Australia with this bespoke design. Displaying their creative skills, our designers tackled our challenge head on and created this one-of-a-kind ring crafted in 18 carat gold with over 400 diamonds, sapphires […]
Platinum is a white metal which is highly sought after for its rarity, long-term durability, non-reactive properties and most importantly, its beauty. A symbol of unsurpassed quality and prestige, platinum’s low reflection rate acts as the perfect canvas for the icy brilliance of diamonds, making it the preferred white metal for engagement and wedding rings.
The modern lady embraces innovative trends and unique design elements to create her own adaptation of a traditional style or design. These unique design elements can include stone orientation, stone shapes, claw shapes and elements from other eras like Edwardian and Art Deco.
Sapphires: September’s birthstone, perhaps the most popular of all precious gemstones, has maintained its popularity from the Middle Ages through the 21st century, being used in some of the most spectacular jewellery pieces of all time.