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Do's and Dont's for Storing Your Jewellery

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Do's and Dont's for Storing Your Jewellery

Sick of tangled chains and chipped gems in your jewellery? Here's our tips for storing your jewellery. Why take care in storing your jewellery?  Storing your jewellery correctly is important to ensure your pieces stay in good condition and retain their value over time. Whatever the size your jewellery collection, it's worth taking the time to set up a system for organizing and storing your items.   Here are some best practices for storing your jewellery: Keep jewellery away from moisture and humidity: Moisture can damage many types of jewellery, causing tarnish and corrosion. To protect your items, store them in...

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January Birthstones - Gorgeous Garnet and the Alternative Birthstones

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January Birthstones - Gorgeous Garnet and the Alternative Birthstones

If you are stumped for a gift for that special someone, then birthstone jewellery is a perfect solution! 

Every month has its birthstone and alternative. Garnet is the traditional birthstone for those born in the month of January. Garnet gemstones are usually known for their vibrant red colour, but did you know that garnets come in a variety of colours including shades of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, and even colourless?

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4 Simple Things You Can Do To Make Your Jewellery Last Longer

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4 Simple Things You Can Do To Make Your Jewellery Last Longer
Want your favourite pieces to last longer? Here are my four simple tips for looking after your jewellery!

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Amazing Amethyst - a brief guide to February's birthstone

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Amazing Amethyst - a brief guide to February's birthstone
Amethyst is uniquely themed to the month of February and is commonly referred to as the February birthstone. February is the Roman month dedicated to Neptune, a water god. It’s known as the stone of St. Valentine and pure, faithful love and signifies dignity.

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