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The forgotten history of jewellery: Peridot

The forgotten history of 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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The forgotten history of Jewellery: Ruby

The forgotten history of Jewellery: Ruby

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July’s Birthstone Ruby represents love, passion and protection. Rubies are prized for their beautiful red colour and are symbols of love. Rubies are created under the Earth's crust and vary in colour from deep red to a lighter rose red. I’ve chosen a classic deep red for the rubies in my new birthstone Satsuma stud earrings.

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How to Wear Floral Jewellery without Looking Twee

How to Wear Floral Jewellery without Looking Twee

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Wearing something that brings us closer to nature can feel grounding and have strong positive associations. However, floral jewellery is often quaint, delicate and girly which isn’t right for everyone. I wanted to show you some different ways to wear floral jewellery that are anything but twee.

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The forgotten history of jewellery: Alexandrite

The forgotten history of jewellery: Alexandrite

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June's Birthstone Alexandrite represents balance, love and healing. Alexandrites are very rare and are often a similar shade of green to emeralds in daylight, turning a fiery raspberry red by night. I’ve chosen Alexandrites with a slight blue hue to the green for my new birthstone Satsuma stud earrings.

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The forgotten history of jewellery: Emerald

The forgotten history of jewellery: Emerald

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May’s Birthstone Emerald represents wisdom, growth and patience. Emeralds are a form of the mineral beryl that comes from deep in the earth and have been mined since very ancient times. Emeralds can come in different shades of green. My favourite is a vibrant deep green.

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