At Taylor & Hart we’ve always taken pride in our ethical approach to love and jewellery through designing every piece we craft with purpose. For the first time, we’re publishing a Sustainability Report laying out our goals for the next three years. Making this information available to everyone will not only hold us accountable as we undertake this vital work, it’ll give you a window into how jewellery has the power to nurture a more just world. We believe we can make a difference. Let’s do it hand in hand.
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Of all the fancy square cut diamonds, the Emerald and the princess cut are two of the most iconic. Elegant and timeless, both are angular diamond cuts, but with entirely different facet structures. To help you make the right choice about what diamond is right for you, we’ve put together a guide that will explain the differences between the two, giving you the knowledge of what to look for when purchasing either an emerald cut or princess cut diamond.
For the past several months, couples have been wondering: should we get married this year? It’s May in London, and with the recent lightening of restrictions on weddings we’re all getting ready to celebrate. It’s now safe to have up to 30 guests at your wedding, so we’re breaking down how, why, and where to have your ‘micro wedding’.
Everyday we have customers who come to us looking for a wedding band that will fit perfectly alongside their other rings. A wedding band is a symbol of connection and support after all, so we made our Arise Collection to solve this problem once and for all.
In this interview, editor and jewellery writer Sonia Esther Soltani explains the importance of craftsmanship and personality when it comes to fine jewellery and why sustainable sourcing is crucial not just for the future of the industry, but for our very relationship with our most meaningful fine pieces.
Integral to any wedding is flowing, fresh flowers. From bridal bouquets to flower girls to jaw-dropping centrepieces, floral arrangements bring a sense of magic to wedding festivities. Steeped in tradition, many of the flowers we typically use at weddings have long associations with symbols and sentiments regarding love and commitment.