Citrine is part of the Quartz family, which also includes stones such as Amethyst and Rose Quartz. It's beautiful yellow/orange colour is what gives the stone its name, derived from the word 'citrus'.
The best quality stones can mainly be found in Brazil, Spain and Madagascar.
Citrine is believed to help reduce stress and assist with self-healing. It is also thought to...
There are different varieties of the Opal: the Precious Opal which displays flashes of colour (iridescence) and Common Opal which is opaque with no iridescence.
95% of the world's opals are sourced in Australia, and most of the precious black opals actually never leave the country. The stone is normally found in cavities in sedimentary rocks and in veins of igneous rocks.
This beautiful engagement ring was designed in-house by our design team. The inspiration for this design comes from the beautiful Victorian engagement rings from the past.
At the centre is a beautiful old-cut cushion shaped diamond and surrounding it are three brilliant-cut diamonds set in milgrain petal shaped setting.
This design is available in-store now but can be...
This Platinum engagement ring has a 0.88ct Diamond centre and diamond set shoulders. It was designed for a recent client using a diamond they chose from our collection and was designed uniquely for them. The design is wed-fit meaning that it has been designed to allow a matching wedding ring to sit flush against it.
Deriving from the Greek word 'sappheiros' meaning blue stone, sapphire actually comes in a myriad of colours despite the origins of its name. All gems of the corundum variety, with the exception of only red which are rubies, are known as sapphires.
All other colours however are no competition when it comes to the popularity of the blue variety, which has been steeped in mysticism...