Our chocolate, cognac and diamond launch

The 20th of June saw the exciting new launch of our collaboration with Chocoloza, a hand-made luxury chocolate brand based at 44 Stanley in Johannesburg. South African diamond lovers came together for a decadent evening of champagne, cognac, coffee, chocolate and of course diamonds and jewellery. One of most common questions our co-founder Clare Appleyard [...]

Our chocolate, cognac and diamond launch2018-06-28T16:45:30+00:00

The most expensive diamond earrings in the world

Apollo and Artemis, the most expensive diamond earrings in the world Significant jewellery auctions are reasonably common, with industry stalwarts such as Sotheby’s and Christie’s holding several remarkable auctions each year. Over the past few years coloured diamonds, particularly blue and pink diamonds, have performed exceptionally well. These stones almost always exceed pre-sale expectations and [...]

The most expensive diamond earrings in the world2017-11-28T15:05:49+00:00

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+00:00

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+00:00