3rd October 2018
Just like engagement rings, when deciding on a wedding band there are lots of styles and designs to choose from. From channel set to micro-grain, it’s easy to become overwhelmed! However, to make this decision a little easier, the first choice you need to make is between a plain or diamond/bejewelled wedding band. There are pros and cons to each side. In this blog post, we’ll go through the main points which will hopefully inform this important decision.
4th September 2018
This beautiful ring features a stunning solitaire princess diamond. Secured with four prongs at each corner this jewellery piece would make for a wonderful engagement ring. The ring also features smaller, round cut diamond shoulders. Find out more in this blog post.
29th August 2018
This beautiful ring contains a fancy yellow cushion cut diamond centre stone, which is framed in a gold single row halo setting and finished with diamond shoulders along the sides. Read more on the ring here.
15th August 2018
Being in the heart of Hatton Garden, we have fabulous jewellery pieces pass through our doors all the time, each one crafted beautifully. Whether it’s a bespoke jewellery piece or vintage ring brought in for repair, we love seeing and working with clients to create a memorable experience. Here is just a snapshot of some of the stunning jewellery that’s been through our stores, in particular, Regency Jewels.
8th August 2018
This is a gorgeous platinum, princess diamond, slim channel set ring. A channel setting is a type of mounting in which the diamonds are set into a channel made from two metal strips. The stones set in such a way form a row and can run along the entire band of the ring. This particular style is very popular amongst our customers as a wedding band, a dress ring or anniversary ring. Read more on the ring in this blog post.
3rd August 2018
Typically, women have a stronger interest in jewellery and design than men. The jewellery industry has also played a part – offering different accessories ranging from rings and bracelets, to statement necklaces and dangly earrings. Plus, these pieces are not just reserved for special occasions but for everyday use. Jewellery for men, on the other hand, has mainly stuck to chunky silver or golden chains, watches, subtle ear studs and plain rings. it’s safe to say the world of jewellery definitely caters more to women than men. Browsing through shops specialising in engagement rings and wedding bands, you will soon come to recognize that the emphasis here, clearly is on the brides-to-be! However, with positive changing attitudes towards the engagement process, the rise of more stylish offerings for men has been on the rise. Find out more in this blog post.
1st August 2018
This beautiful ring has a fancy intense round, solitaire diamond, which is held in with four prong setting and made in 18ct gold. Find out more in this blog post here.
27th July 2018
An interesting take on the very iconic four claw solitaire ring, this will really make for a talking piece. Find out more on the piece in this blog post!
25th July 2018
This beautiful ring contains a fancy yellow cushion cut diamond centre stone, which is framed in a gold single row halo setting and finished with diamond shoulders along the sides. Cushions cuts are a popular choice for fancy diamonds (the name given to coloured diamonds), as they tend to bring out stronger colour shades. Read more in this post here.
21st July 2018
This bespoke ring has a stunning fancy pear shape diamond, which is framed with a single row halo ring and made in 18ct white gold. The ring also features shoulders which are adorned with smaller diamonds. Those with an inclination towards non-traditional styles can opt for a fancy diamond, which instantly stands out from the more popular colourless diamonds. Find out more in this post!
20th July 2018
A stunning four claw princess cut ring, this has a few lovely design intricacies that set this ring apart. First is the positioning of the claws, which is at North-South-East-West. This is a relatively new four-claw style for a round brilliant cut diamond. A North-South-East-West positioning of the claw brings out more of a circular look from the diamond compared to the usual four-claw which gives more of a squarish look. Find out more in this post here.
6th July 2018
This is a beautiful princess cut gypse setting ring. The design features four princess cut diamonds expertly fitted together in a gypse setting. A gypse setting allows the diamonds to sit flush against the metal and is one of the most protective settings. A perfect choice for those who want a more subtle inclusion of diamonds into the ring. […]
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