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Jewellery collections through history: Fabergé eggs.

Fabergé eggs are admired around the world for their exquisite, jaw-dropping details. The Russian imperial-era decorative eggs have stunned many viewers, sparking their curiosity about how these beautiful objects came […]

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Elizabeth Taylor

World famous movie star Elizabeth Taylor was not just one of Hollywood’s most recognisable actresses of the 20th century, but also an avid jewellery expert and collector. As an icon […]

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Jewellery Highlights from Cannes 2019

The Cannes Film Festival sees the heights of movie star glamour, where stars debut some of the world’s most prestigious jewellery collections on the red carpet. This year was no […]

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Alexandra of Denmark

The first icon in our series is Alexandra Queen of Denmark, who Queen Victoria’s son, Edward, Prince of Wales married in 1863. For years before her coronation, however, the future […]

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Jennifer Lopez’s Engagement Rings: From Alex Rodriguez to Ojani Noa

The recent engagement of Jennifer Lopez and her former New York Yankee hubby, Alex Rodriguez, has caught the attention of the jewellery world because after the internet-breaking ring shot Instagram […]

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Mourning and Sentimental: The Fashion of Hair in Jewellery

‘Whose hair I wear, I loved most dear’ Unlike flesh which easily rots to bone, a clip of hair maintains its form and colour for centuries, acting as a perfect […]

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Amethyst: The birthstone of February

If you’re a February baby or are shopping for one, you should know that this month’s birthstone is rich in history and meaning. Here at the Vintage Jeweller, we currently […]

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Tips for buying the perfect jewellery for your Valentine

For a meaningful Valentine’s Day gift, choose a piece of jewellery that matches your Valentine’s unique style. Whether you decide on a pendant, bracelet or set of earrings, you’re giving […]

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A Vintage Valentine’s Day

Winter is still in full force as February approaches, but the glimmer of spring is on the horizon. Soon, February 14th will bring a celebration of love with Valentine’s Day. […]

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Garnet: The birthstone of January

The word ‘garnet’ is derived from the Latin ‘granatum,’ which means ‘pomegranate,’ because the crystals resemble the fruit’s red colour and seed-like form. Most people think of the garnet as […]

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Tanzanite: The Birthstone Of December

Tanzanite can only be found in one part of the world- Tanzania. It has become increasingly popular since its relatively recent discovery in 1967. The blue colour can range from […]

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History Of Gold

The first recorded instance of human interaction with gold dates back as far as 3,000 B.C. in Egypt. Gold often played a significant role in ancient Egyptian mythology with the […]

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