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Garnet: January's Birthstone

There’s no better way to start the new year than with a birthday celebration on the horizon. And to make it even sweeter for January babies...

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Amethyst: February's Birthstone

Amethyst, the birthstone dedicated to the month of February, comes from the term ‘amethystos’ meaning ‘sober’ in Greek. Join us to discover...

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March's Birthstone: Aquamarine & Bloodstone

There are epic stories of man battling the tide whilst clutching an aquamarine gem for protection. These tales made waves through jewel col...

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Diamond: April's Birthstone

A Diamond’s signature is real love. It’s the birthstone for April and a classic gem used in engagement rings. It has a history of romance, ...

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May's Birthstone: Emerald

The emerald is fascinating, both visually and historically. When you understand the lore behind your gem, it adds value to it you can’t pri...

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June's Birthstone: Alexandrite, Pearl and Moonstone

These three June birthstones each have a connection to nature through the moon, ocean, and light. Alexandrite, Pearl, and Moonstone. Moonst...

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July's Birthstone: Ruby

Ruby is a gem glorious in colour, nature, and story. It has captured the hearts of famous historians, royal highnesses, beggars, fashionist...

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August's Birthstone: Peridot

One of the most glamorous women in history, Cleopatra, collected August’s birthstone, Peridot.Interestingly, Ancient Egyptians called Perid...

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September's Birthstone: Sapphire

The sapphire stone, one of the earliest gems known to man, has a rich history connected to royalty, religion and restorative remedies. Dati...

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October's Birthstone: Opal & Tourmaline

October, the month of Halloween celebrations and the birthstones, opal and tourmaline. This week, we explore the history of these exception...

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November's Birthstone: Citrine & Topaz

We’re feeling all fuzzy with the sound of jingle bells ringing in the distance. What better way to kick off November, the month of bonfire ...

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December's Birthstone: Turquoise & Tanzanite

Turquoise Turquoise is a stone steeped in myth, lore and superstition dating back to prehistoric times. It played a pivotal role in establi...

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The 10 best Swiss watch brands

If you're in the market for a luxury watch, chances are you will spend a long time looking at watch manufacturers from Switzerland. Howeve...

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What Is A Watch Movement? A Guide To Watch Movements?

All watches — regardless of style, design, or brand — are powered by a mechanism called a movement, which is essentially the engine that d...

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Bracelet size chart and guide

Bracelets are a staple of all of our jewellery boxes and the perfect way to add a bit of glam and sophistication to an outfit. But just li...

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Breitling serial number guide

Breitling is a Swiss watch brand that has been making luxury timepieces since 1884. They are particularly well known for their pilot's wat...

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Omega serial number guide

Omega is a classic Swiss brand of watch that carries a lot of history. They have been making watches since 1848, and carry a lot of presti...

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Rolex serial number guide

Every Rolex is engraved with a unique serial number. This indicates what year the watch was made, and can be used to authenticate and value...

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Tag Heuer serial number guide

Because TAG Heuer is one of the premier Swiss luxury watch brands on the market, they are also one of the most counterfeited.With a rich he...

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Watch Cleaning: How to maintain and clean your luxury watch?

Luxury watches are often passed down from generation to generation, so there’s no reason why your great-great-grandchildren can’t enjoy you...

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Pawnbroking history: Pawnbrokers over the past 100 years

Above: View of Deptford, Evelyn Street store, 1956. London Picture Archive ref: 59963 © London Metropolitan Archive (City of London). Whil...

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