Discover the rich history of Hatton Garden, in the Borough of Camden. Named after Queen Elizabeth’s I, favourite, Sir Christopher Hatton, Hatton Garden is a commercial zone in London’s Borough of Camden. It is famed for many things, in particular the high-quality jewellers that have businesses there. History of Hatton Garden Given to Sir Christopher […]
Category Archives: Jewellery Spotlight
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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!
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.
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. […]
This is a beautiful solitaire diamond in a tension setting. If your looking for a ring setting to really make a diamond stand out, then a tension setting is the one for you. Most traditional rings utilise prongs or metal baskets to secure a centre stone in place. That isn’t the case with tension set rings. Find out more in this post.