Learning new ways with glass jewellery

  Heidi has recently had the good fortune to attend a very interesting and inspiring Master Class in a specific technique of glassmaking in Bavaria.   The course, led by the very talented Martina Römer at Karina Stieler’s...

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Jewellery cleaning tips to ensure maximum sparkle…

Razzle Dazzle® A little care and attention can go a long way when looking after your jewellery, as jewellery may lose its shine and lustre over time; this month we have put together some top tips on cleaning and care advice for your jewellery which will help to keep...

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Delicate and feminine pearls full of exotic appeal

Since the dawn of mankind Pearls have been held in awe as one of the world's most captivating natural gems. The birthstone for June, Pearls exude a delicate feminine beauty which has universal appeal; a good quality Pearl necklace can be a treasured and is a...

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Flatteringly Feminine Murano glass jewellery

Murano glass has been around for centuries in different forms and many of the methods and styles of creative glass originate from the small cluster of islands set in the Venetian Lagoon. From the 13th century, Murano was internationally renowned as the centre...

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Breathtaking Beauty fit for a Bishop

Every piece of jewellery I have the pleasure of making offers me the chance to create something beautiful and more often than not unique but every now and again I get the chance to work on a project which is truly inspiring. A few years ago I was invited to design and...

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The rough and the smooth of valuing Diamonds

We immediately think of rarity and quality when valuing diamonds, however, sometimes this is not always the case... Diamonds, like other precious gemstones, have a number of determining factors which are taken into account for the purpose of valuation; there are good...

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For the love of jewellery

I have been creating bespoke jewellery in Rutland for 17 years now, with more years previously spent in the Jewellery business in London, and the passion I have always had for jewellery and my business has never diminished. I think a lot of that is to do with how...

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Christmas Sparkle – define the festive party look

It's time to celebrate the year in style, with crisp winter days and chilly nights comes the anticipation of the Christmas party season ahead. Dazzle and shine this festive season with the latest jewellery trends. It's an exciting time for accessories, with a focus on...

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Tantalising Tanzanite – one of the rarest gems on Earth!

The exquisitely beautiful Tanzanite is a fairly recent addition to the gemological world. This incredibly rare gemstone with its exotic blue violet hues was first discovered in 1967 in the Merelani foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in East Africa, and so far has not been...

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The truth about pearls

There is more to strings of Pearls than meets the eye and as objects of beauty they always captivate. One may be aware that Pearls originate from Molluscs, but how they form is a fascinating story. Pearls come into being when a foreign body such as a grain of sand...

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Simply charming naming pendants

In some of my recent blogs I have written about creating commission pieces of bespoke jewellery and either designing a piece unique to you, or redesigning an old family piece into being more contemporary and more suited to your style and taste. Nothing is more unique...

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Craftsmanship fit for a King!

I have always believed that there is a magical air to working with rocks and gemstones. Most often gemstones are unostentatious in their raw form but with the potential to become wonderful works of art, whilst often they are already spectacular in their unworked...

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Repairing or Redesigning a family treasure

Fine jewellery can carry great sentimental value especially when it is handed down through generations. There is currently a surge in the trend for the reinvention of old or broken pieces of unworn jewellery which can actually be not only a sound investment...

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