• Orange Blossom Hand Engraved Wedding Rings

    March, 2018

     “Your purity equals your loveliness”   The orange blossom, with its symbols of virtue, chastity and innocence, has been a traditional wedding flower worn by brides for many centuries. The use of orange blossom in a wedding ceremony has its cultural origins in China. The custom journeyed West during the 11th and 12th centuries when Crusaders witnessed brides’ orange blossom garlands at wedding ceremonies. It…

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  • Secret Message Floral Bouquet Ring

    January, 2018

    Inspired by the Victorian 'Language of Flowers', where each flower had a symbolic meaning, our collection of unusual floral rings have hidden romantic messages. Flowers continue to be a way to convey and express complex emotions. Our unusual Floral Bouquet Ring displays an abundance of lilies, daisies, forget-me-nots and chrysanthemums, together with ivy and lily leaves. Given as love tokens, the white lilies suggest purity and…

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  • Red and Golden Wedding Inspiration

    October, 2017

    The rich golden and red tones pop out from this styled shoot set at Country Tipis in Hitchin in Hertfordshire. This festival themed shoot features our ruby and diamond half hoop engagement ring. Ornate carved half hoop rings were traditionally given in the Victorian era as an engagement ring. Rubies have been worn for centuries and the colour and gem have been intimately associated. The…

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  • Stylish Blue Sapphire

    September, 2017

    This modern wedding shoot took place at the special occasion venue, the three storey Victorian town house known as The Dead Dolls House in Islington, London. Filled with rich colours and a fine art edge, this shoot, as seen in Bloved blog, was captured by Amanda Karen Photography and styled by Fleur + Fig. Our Edwardian cluster halo engagement ring reflects the cool blue tones of this stylish shoot.…

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