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The latest from the designers of handmade diamond jewellery

A Timeless Piece with Solitaire Engagement Ring  

Are you planning to pop the question soon? There is no greater symbol of love than giving your bride-to-be the perfect engagement ring. Engagement rings are given as a symbol of acceptance of a marriage proposal. This tradition has been practised since the ancient...

Your Love Takes Centre Stage with a Halo Engagement Ring

Making the decision to propose to your lover is not the most difficult part about a proposal. It is choosing the right ring that perfectly epitomizes your feelings towards that person. With so many styles of engagement rings today, getting the right one can seem like...

Create Bespoke Engagement Rings with Loose Diamonds

Hoping to pop the question soon? At Finecraft Jewellery we can customise the perfect engagement ring for your fiancée-to-be. Whether if you are looking to have one of our loose diamonds to be mounted, or are looking to purchase a ready made engagement ring, we can...

Eternity Rings in Hatton Garden at Finecraft Jewellery

An eternity ring is designed to symbolise never-ending love, and with Finecraft Jewellery’s diamond eternity rings in Hatton Garden, perpetuity has never looked this beautiful. Our eternity ring collection is comprised of handcrafted pieces that boast of high-quality...

Make a Bold Statement with a Rose Gold Engagement Ring

Anything goes when it comes to engagement rings in the year 2018. Fashion and wedding magazines found that brides are getting more adventurous when it comes to their dream rings – whether it is their choice in stone cuts, stone types and ring shapes. Brides-to-be are...

What is Ametrine?

Quartz is an abundant mineral, but did you know that a rare form combines the colours of amethyst and citrine? Ametrine is such a gem. It is a beautiful bi-colour transparent gem that displays both the purple of amethyst and the golden-yellow of citrine. The different...

What is Morganite?

Morganite is a lesser-known gem but is actually a variety of the mineral species Beryl – which also includes emerald and aquamarine. It's named after J. P. Morgan – the financier – who was an avid gem collector and made many contributions to the American Museum of...

Holiday Engagement Tips

Tis the season to be merry and bright! What a better way to celebrate than to ask the woman you love to marry you. It’s always an exciting time when you begin the planning process, but we have some tips here to make your life a little easier, or so we hope. First...

Learn More About: Tanzanite

Tanzanite is a relatively new discovery to the gem and jewellery industry. Discovered in the early 1960s in eastern Africa, mineralogists soon identified it as a variety of the mineral species known as zoisite. Initially, only small quantities of the gem were found...

Learn more about: The Ruby

The name ruby derives from the Latin word "ruber", meaning red.In ancient Sanskrit, the term "ratmaraj" refers to ruby as being the "king of gems". Medieval Europeans adorned rubies believing they ensured well-being, wisdom and finding ever-lasting love. Ruby is the...

What is: Marquise Cut?

A marquise cut diamond is a perfect shape for maximizing carat weight by emphasizing the size of the diamond. Its unique shape creates the effect of longer, more slender hands and fingers. The outline of a diamond is determined by its length to width ratio, which also...

Proposing?

Need some inspiration to create a unique proposal? We loved this article we found on the website "How He Asked" and thought you may too:  https://bit.ly/1OA79R7  

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