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30Aug

How Andrew Grima Changed the Face of Jewellery in Britain.

The Telegraph: In the Sixties, following a decade of ladylike clothes and neat little diamond suites, Andrew Grima’s approach to jewellery design was considered revolutionary. Giant, semi-precious stones dominated in his collections, set in their raw, natural forms among complex, textural gold structures. Every Grima piece

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27Oct

The 1989 BBC Radio 2 William Mansell Tour.

As the clocks go back this weekend (Sunday, October 30th at 2am) we remember our chat with Derek Jameson on BBC Radio 2

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20Sep

Don’t Get Caught up with Trends when choosing an Engagement Ring

Great advise by Cynthia Smith of Cynthia Smith Brides on how best to choose an engagment ring that is the perfect match for your future fiancée. 1. Don’t get caught up in a trend. An engagement ring should be a timeless, classic symbol of your love that will last forever, so the goal should be to find the stone that is

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23Aug

Will Salisbury’s Clock Restoration Featured in The Sunday Times

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4h7I3mO80oWe are featured in the Sunday Times Newspaper. William Salisbury works hard to restore this rather large wall clock for the Clock House in Chelsea. [caption id="attachment_1985" align="alignnone" width="303"] The clock as it was when it came in to the shop for

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