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18k gold is the perfect blend of 75% pure gold, alloyed with other metals to create a strong material, yet retain its precious look and value. It’s suitable for everyday life, stands the test of time, and creates the perfect heirloom.

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White Diamonds are graded using the “Four Cs”:

Colour, Cut, Clarity and Carat weight.

With colour graded on a scale from “D” (completely colourless) to “Z” (light colour), we only use the top 5 colours on the scale, graded “D” to “H”.

The diamond cut affects how it catches light, and in turn brings out the sparkle that we all love so much about diamonds. Our round diamonds are brilliant cut, with all diamonds graded “very good” or “better” on the standardised scale

Clarity, some call it imperfection, some call it beauty or uniqueness. We use diamonds that have the right balance, for their beauty and value. Our diamonds are graded SI or higher, which is slightly included, and any inclusion is invisible to the naked eye.

Carat refers to the diamond’s weight. Combined with the other three factors,  a well-chosen diamond adds not just value and quality, but also the beauty and sparkle to your jewellery.


It doesn’t matter how big or small, we insist on using the top quality diamonds

We consider all five essential characteristics of gemstone quality – colour, clarity, cut, weight and enhancement; to ensure we select the top ones for our jewellery. Chosen for the purity of the hue, the depth of their tone and colour saturation, we love that the vibrant colours of gemstones bring out so much character.


All of our gemstones are chosen for their natural beauty and uniqueness.


We are very proud to work with some of the very best gemologist and goldsmiths in the UK.


From the intricate to a big statement item of jewellery, everything is hand crafted to your specification. We embrace technology whilst looking to leverage and promote traditional skills where it really matters within the product, to bring out its beauty, durability and personality.

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