October 2012

  1. Jewellery Care

    Jewellery Care
    To keep your jewellery looking like new periodic care will be required to maintain its lustre. The easiest and best way to clean your jewellery is to use a soft brush, mild PH neutral soap and warm water. Once you have gently brushed your jewellery rinse thoroughly with clean warm water, then wipe and buff your jewellery with a soft...
  2. Diamond Care

    Diamond Care
    Diamonds naturally attract grease and dust particles, and require periodic care to maintain its fire and brilliance. The easiest and best way to clean your diamond is to use a soft brush, mild PH neutral soap and warm water. Once you have gently brushed the diamond rinse thoroughly with clean warm water, then wipe and buff your diamond with a...
  3. White Gold

    White Gold
    Modern, classic and elegant, white gold is relatively a new comer to the jewellery industry, dating back to the 1920s but one which has become increasingly popular since the 1990s. People often assume that white gold is naturally white however this is not the case. Yellow gold is alloyed with palladium, silver or nickel, making the gold look yellowish white...
  4. Yellow Gold

    Yellow Gold
    Naturally yellow, bright and beautiful, yellow gold has been admired for thousands of years. In history yellow gold has been associated with happiness, prosperity and wealth, common to many cultures throughout the world. Yellow gold is the only metal yellow in its natural state and one that will retain its lustre. Although very strong it is also the most malleable...

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