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The forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Alexandrite

The forgotten history of birthstone 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 birthstone jewellery: Emerald

The forgotten history of birthstone 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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The forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Diamond

The forgotten history of birthstone jewellery: Diamond

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April's birthstone represents love, courage and commitment. Diamonds have been used in engagement rings since the fifteenth century. the most prized diamonds are crystal clear but they can also come in different colours due to slight impurities or alterations of their structure.

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Inspired by the sea

Inspired by the sea

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The sea and all of its wild wonder and curiosities never fails to inspire me and have lead to the creation of several of my pieces. Let me tell you more about the ideas behind my Turtle collection, Coral Branch pendant, Starfish bangle, Phish earrings and necklace, Pearl cufflinks, Octopus ring and new Sea urchin necklace.

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Mother's Day gift guide

Mother's Day gift guide

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I’m not a fan of the over-commercialisation of mother’s day but I do like the idea of celebrating the women who’ve made a contribution to our lives, whether as individuals or to society as a whole. To honour some of the women in my life I asked them to pick a piece from my collection that was meaningful to them.

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