Memorial Jewellery

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A look at some of the memorial jewellery projects I have designed over the years to show you what can be done and how the process works. I will also cover some other options you may wish to consider if incorporating ashes into your jewellery doesn’t feel right to you.

Sarah’s Remodelling Journey

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It is not uncommon for people to have mixed feelings about melting down and recycling metal, or un-setting and re-using gemstones from precious items they have inherited. But after a wonderful, uplifting hand over with Sarah, I am spurred on to share her journey with me and her reasoning behind reimagining her mother’s jewellery.

The Finishing Touch: Engraving

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will always ask my couples if they have considered having any details inside their rings. Having the wedding date hand engraved inside is a traditional hidden detail that couples have been having for years, but there is scope to be really creative and romantic! 

The Gap Stack

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To fit or not to fit is the question on many brides’ minds when planning their wedding ring. So many engagement rings are not wedding ring friendly and require a fitted wedding band, and yet the high street does not stock many options, if any at all. To be wedding ring friendly, an engagement ring has to be able to … Read More

Natural diamond, Lab-grown diamond, or Moissanite – which is best?

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Anyone looking at diamond jewellery online quickly uncovers a minefield of different terms – Natural Diamonds, Lab Diamonds, Moissanites… what on Earth is the difference between them!? Lab diamonds and Moissanite cost much less than natural diamonds, but there must be a catch – what are the downsides?  In this article, you will learn the pros and cons of each … Read More

Scottish Highland Skyline Wedding Ring

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Anna approached me to design her and her partner Nathan’s wedding rings. She has a stunning 14ct rose gold and diamond engagement ring that Nathan bought in his home country of America. She wanted a ring that would sit neatly and delicately against it, with no focus taken from her spectacular engagement ring. We designed a slim, tapering wishbone that … Read More