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Monthly Archives: October 2015

  • Diagram of modern round brilliant cut diamond Diamond Shapes – From Antique to Modern

    October, 2015

    Diamond cutting, the art of fashioning and polishing faceted gems from rough diamond crystals extracted from the Earth, has been practised for thousands of years. ┬áThe history of diamond cutting originated in India where diamonds were first found and fashioned. The brilliant style is the predominant facet arrangement. For this cut, the top of the diamond (crown) has a central large table facet surrounded by…

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  • art deco engagement rings UK Why Has Art Deco Jewellery Become Fashionable Again for the Modern Woman?

    October, 2015

    The Art Deco exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2003 confirmed and boosted the popularity of all things associated with the period 1910-1939. Frivolity to Austerity and Back Again As jewellery dealers, buying in the auction houses during the 1960s and 1970s in the British Isles and Europe, we noticed that Art Deco jewellery had become more collectible and popular. The post…

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  • Swedish wedding featuring London Victorian Ring Company ring Sofia and Fred’s Story

    October, 2015

    One very cold and windy evening in July 2014, Fred surprised me on a cliff in the sunset on the Swedish west coast by proposing to me. It was in the middle of vacation and since he knows how picky I am there was no actual ring, instead we made one out of wild flowers. And how I love him for knowing me that well,…

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  • Emerald Cut Aquamarine and Diamond Engagement Ring You and Your Wedding Gallery

    October, 2015

    You and Your Wedding Magazine featured our gemstone rings on their coloured engagement ring gallery. The gallery showcases the coloured gemstone rings from our Bespoke, Aquamarine and Sapphire collections. Bespoke Kunzite…

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