Deciding whether to transform your cherished inherited jewellery into a new creation you can wear every day is often an emotional decision, one which is sometimes filled with elements of guilt. Lucy, one of our recent clients, has shared her special story and the emotions she experienced when she decided to transform her mum’s jewellery into a diamond right hand ring.
Is Granny’s or Mum’s cherished jewellery tucked away in the jewellery drawer? You may be wondering how you can cherish the memories attached to your special inherited jewellery. Here are three ways you can keep the stories alive. What to do with your cherished inherited jewellery is a personal and emotional decision, which is unique to you.
The person we were in our 20s isn’t necessarily who we are today. We have evolved…so have our tastes, style and outlook on life. That’s why it is not uncommon to feel that our jewellery no longer reflects who we are today.
Transforming your engagement ring into a piece of jewellery that reflects you today and not the you of the past is a personal and unique decision. You and your partner may wish to transform your engagement to celebrate and reflect your life, love, and achievements you have shared together.
Here are five special ways of enhancing your engagement ring to reflect and celebrate you.
A jewellery story of love, loss and restoration. Find out what happened when Linda almost lost her late mum’s cherished aquamarine gemstone.
Holidays can be treacherous for our jewellery - Here are my 4 Top Tips for keeping your jewellery safe and clean whilst on holiday.
What are lab-grown diamonds and are they a genuine alternative for those wanting to reduce their environmental and ecological impact upon the world?
The Antiques Roadshow is still a favourite in our house, despite the allure of on-demand TV it remains a stalwart of British television. But why? Here’s my take on it…
Redesigning dad’s wedding ring - find out how we redesigned a simple band so she could wear it forever…