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Atelier news - Catherine Hills Jewellery

Jewellery Commissions: See What I've Been Making

Jewellery Commissions: See What I've Been Making

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I never know who's going to walk through the door of my jewellery shop in Tunbridge Wells in Kent but it's always so exciting when someones stops by to talk about creating a unique piece of jewellery for them self or as a unique gift.

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Forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Tourmaline

Forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Tourmaline

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October's birthstone Tourmaline represents balance, wisdom and protection and has links to magic. It’s believed to help guard against environmental pollutants and help balance negative

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Dive into the Blue: A Guide to Blue Gemstones and Crystals

Dive into the Blue: A Guide to Blue Gemstones and Crystals

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For me blue represents water – I’m a lover of swimming and fascinated by creatures of the deep. Blue’s a heavenly colour that also reminds me that we are living on earth and only a tiny part of this huge planet. Find out why I'm celebrating the beauty of blue gemstones and crystals.

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Forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Sapphire

Forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Sapphire

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September’s Birthstone Sapphire represents wisdom, purity and calm. Known as the stone of wisdom. Sapphires have been long associated with royalty - they are a symbol of power and strength, but also of kindness and wise judgement.

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The forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Peridot

The forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Peridot

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It was once believed that the crystals of August’s birthstone Peridot, found in volcano ashes, were the tears of the volcanic goddess Pele. Peridots symbolise strength and are believe to help protect the wearer.

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