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How to choose the right setting

How to choose the right setting

Choosing the right setting requires thinking about how the ring will suit the wearer’s lifestyle, as well as the look they like. For example, active outdoor lovers should consider a less elaborate ring with a secure or lower profile setting that won’t catch.
October's Opal & Tourmaline

October's Opal & Tourmaline

Opal is the traditional gifting gem for 14th anniversaries and is known as one of the two gemstones for October birthdays. There are many various types of Opal out there on the market today. Tourmaline, which is one of the two gemstones for October birthdays, is also the traditional gifting gem for 14th anniversaries.
How to choose the right diamond: colour

How to choose the right diamond: colour

There is some confusion over the value of coloured versus non-coloured diamonds. Some people believe that the colour adds value; others believe that a totally colourless diamond is the most valuable.
How to choose the right diamond: Cut

How to choose the right diamond: Cut

Of the four aspects, it is the cut that gives the diamond most of its sparkle. The more “facets,” or surfaces that reflect the light, the greater the sparkle. Whichever you end up choosing, make sure it has been cut by a skilled jeweller. A poorly cut diamond does not look as good or have the same value.
September's Sapphire

September's Sapphire

Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the traditional gifting gem for 5th and 45th anniversaries. It is known as one of the Big 3 coloured stones along with Ruby and Emerald. Traditionally, sapphire symbolises nobility, truth, sincerity, and faithfulness. In ancient Greece and Rome, kings and queens were convinced that blue sapphires protected their owners from envy and harm.
August's Peridot

August's Peridot

Peridot is the birthstone for August, and the 16th Anniversary gemstone. The rich, green colour of the peridot is created by very fine traces of iron. The intensity of the colour depends on the amount of iron actually present. The peridot can often be used as an emerald alternative without the hefty price tag, this is due to is amazing appearance under artificial light.
JULY'S RUBY

JULY'S RUBY

The Ruby is known as the King of Gemstones as it has been revered by aristocracy throughout time. It is the birthstone for July babies, and also the zodiacal stone for Capricorns.  The day of the week that Ruby is assigned to is Tuesday, and planets are Pluto and Mars. Traditionally the Ruby is used to celebrate the fifteenth and fortieth wedding anniversaries.
WHAT METAL IS BEST FOR WEDDING RINGS?

WHAT METAL IS BEST FOR WEDDING RINGS?

The metal choice is ultimately a personal one and each choice has advantages and disadvantages. Read more for a brief summary of the most popular metals to help you make an informed decision when buying your wedding or engagement ring.