Diana and Al found me online when researching rhodium-free wedding rings. They travelled up from London to meet me at my studio for a design consultation to design their deeply symbolic wedding rings.
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
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
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
So, you have decided to go the bespoke route for your jewellery project. This could be because the perfect piece does not exist on the high street, or you want to incorporate some sentimental metal or gemstones into a handmade piece. Or you simply want a high-quality, completely unique piece with a story and a journey. With this in mind, … Read More
You’ve got a new beautiful white gold ring you have worn for a few months, but then you notice the metal around the back of the ring and the setting have changed colour. Patches of your ring are a totally different shade of white, and next to the bright silvery areas that remain, these patches almost look yellow. Is your … Read More
I have seen a real increase in customers enquiring about reusing metal and gemstones from existing jewellery. Very often, it is broken and unworn items or, even more commonly, inherited pieces that are not to the client’s taste but hold immense sentimental value. Increasingly, people are considering upcycling these pieces into something new rather than having them go to waste … Read More
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