Jewellery & Silverware

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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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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04Aug

Actress Maria Felix – La Doña de Cartier.

[caption id="attachment_1868" align="alignright" width="300"] María Félix's bespoke two-headed Cartier Panther bracelet[/caption] 'Some friends tell me that pearls make people cry.  The only pearls that make me cry are fake ones.'  (Maria's famous words) An icon of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema in the 1940s, María

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14Jan

Wedding Anniversaries

As we head into Spring and Summer (wedding season is approaching us.) We are reminded and inspired with Valentines Day and Wedding Anniversaries beckoning.  Here is a list of a traditional Wedding Anniversary Gem Stones to get you in the mood:   1st  Anniversary: Gold 2nd Anniversary: Garnet 3rd Anniversary:

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