We need to talk. You’ve seen it on Instagram. You’ve seen it adorning the hands of that one really cool barista at your coffee shop. Nowadays it seems like we all have that one friend who’s got her shabby-chic cosy-glam vibes down to an art. How does she do it? Pretty easily, it turns out! If you haven’t guessed, we’re talking about ✨stacking rings✨
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Vintage cuts, brilliant cuts & step cut diamonds: What should I choose?
Diamond cutting has seen an evolution over centuries gone by, which has resulted in a range of different diamond appearances. Before machinery that emerged following the industrial revolution, diamonds were often cut by hand, using techniques that are rarely used today. These vintage cutting techniques resulted in diamonds that possessed shapes, facet structures and dimensions that captured the design trends of their respective eras.
People are always looking for ways to express their individuality, opting for something unique when designing an engagement ring. The strong, yet soft nature of both the princess-cut diamond and the cushion-cut diamond offers a contemporary, chic look. We explore the nature of both the princess cut and the cushion cut, and see how both cuts compare. Both diamond cuts are incredibly beautiful, but carry unique characteristics that may better suit someone’s style or personality!
Sakshi and Andy spent years together as friends before a whirlwind adventure gave them the alone time needed to fall in love. We chat with them about their love of travel and a pair of bespoke wedding bands that have the world on a string.
Around 10 years ago, Jenna, our Production Manager, was gifted a hexagonal shape amethyst by one of her closest friends. Fast forward to present day, we take a look at how Jenna designed and crafted a bespoke cocktail ring.
The Art Deco era is perhaps one of the most prominent periods in the history of jewellery design. From the early 1920s up until 1940s, Art Deco widely represented the glamour, exuberance & luxury of the era and paved the way for design elements used in jewellery design to this day.