Can a titanium ring be cut off your finger?

The following article was written by Wayne Skews, one of the top titanium ring manufacturers in South Africa: "A common misconception is that titanium cannot be cut off of your finger if you are in an accident. This is absolute nonsense! A customer of mine says he tried to buy a titanium ring from Browns [...]

Can a titanium ring be cut off your finger?2018-05-16T17:18:11+02:00

Mokume Gane jewellery & wedding rings

If you’re looking for a wedding ring that is completely unique, very unusual and a one-of-a-kind piece, it’s quite possible that a Mokume Gane wedding band is what you are after. Mokume Gane is a term that refers to a metal-working technique developed 300 - 400 years ago in Japan, a technique originally developed to [...]

Mokume Gane jewellery & wedding rings2017-11-27T13:18:17+02:00

Irish Claddagh rings: what do they mean?

Ireland is, without a doubt, a country filled with folklore and traditions. Celtic designs are known world-wide and often incorporated into jewellery designs. The traditional Irish Claddagh ring is perhaps one of the best-known Irish jewellery designs, but where does it come from, and what does it mean? It was an Irish fishing village in [...]

Irish Claddagh rings: what do they mean?2017-11-27T13:09:14+02:00

Why Tanzanite engagement rings are a terrible idea

At Katannuta Diamonds, our main priorities are honesty, integrity and consumer education. We’re not afraid to call a spade a spade and we’ll happily cut through the marketing blurb that the jewellery industry is famous for. It might make us unpopular, it might seem to go against the grain of the rest of the industry, [...]

Why Tanzanite engagement rings are a terrible idea2018-05-14T13:15:14+02:00