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Sculpture by the Sea in Cottesloe

We went to see the hugely anticipated Sculpture by the Sea exhibition at one of Perth’s most popular beaches; Cottesloe Beach. An annual event, it is a free exhibition for the public showcasing 70 local, interstate and international artists which has dramatically transformed the beach into a huge art space overlooking the Indian Ocean. The […] → Continue Reading Sculpture by the Sea in Cottesloe

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March Birthstone: Aquamarine

The word Aquamarine comes from the Latin word “Aqua,” meaning water and “marina,” meaning the sea, an uncanny resemblance of the Mediterranean. Like seawater, the colour varies from light blue, dark blue or green-blue. The deeper the colour, the more valuable the gemstone. However, the most desirable and commerically popular tone is light blue. Fact: […] → Continue Reading March Birthstone: Aquamarine

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Jewellery of the Week: “Jordan” Ring

This week’s favourite jewellery is by our very own Taryn Compagnoni. It is a 9ct yellow gold handmade flat top design ring featuring a gold nugget just slightly off centre. Its clean and geometric shape exudes luxury, minimalism and sophistication. The natural texture of the gold nugget creates a perfect contrast against the polished band. […] → Continue Reading Jewellery of the Week: “Jordan” Ring

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Choosing Halo Engagement Rings

Glamorous, timeless and sophisticated, halo engagement rings are one of the world’s most popular style of engagement rings since the 1920s. Although the style has consistently evolved over the decades, its emotional, decadent and sentimental value has remained the same. To have a better understanding of the term ‘halo’, it refers to small diamonds framing […] → Continue Reading Choosing Halo Engagement Rings

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Same Sex Couples: Engagement and Wedding rings

We have created wonderful, one of a kind and imaginative engagement and wedding rings for same sex couples over the years. The preference for custom made is at an all time high as couples endeavour to put their own personal touch on their ring designs. There are various options and ideas for same sex engagement […] → Continue Reading Same Sex Couples: Engagement and Wedding rings

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Lucky Prize Winner at GMA Dinner

Meet the very sweet and charming Allison who won our design prize package at UWA’s most recent annual GMA black tie dinner. We were honoured to be invited to attend the fabulous event as a new sponsor. Our prize package, valued at $1200, included a whopper sized (12mm) beautiful Tahitian South Sea pearl and also a […] → Continue Reading Lucky Prize Winner at GMA Dinner

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New Style, New Design

As life changes, you grow, learn and change your likes, tastes and styles change. It is okay to change your jewellery. Some people believe that jewellery holds a memory, this makes it hard to let go of, but it doesn’t mean it can’t be changed to suit you and your style now. We can use […] → Continue Reading New Style, New Design

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Oscars 2015: Jewellery on the Night

There is always a reason why the Oscars cause a stir of excitement during the awards season. We’re not talking about the show stopping couture gowns, expensive designer shoes or even the glitzy occasion itself, ultimately we had our eyes peeled for the exquisite jewellery being worn on the red carpet. The jewellery tends to […] → Continue Reading Oscars 2015: Jewellery on the Night

February Birthstone: Amethyst

Amethyst is the most valuable gemstone in the quartz family, with its rich hues and tones found in today’s British crown jewels and is closely associated to royalty, aristocracy and nobility. Although amethyst is well known for its purple colour, it ranges from deep violet, lilac, mauve and pale lavender, with deeper and richer purple […] → Continue Reading February Birthstone: Amethyst

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Antique Repairs

Family heirloom jewellery is always treasured but is not always in the best shape. As the pieces get passed down the generations slight alterations are made and through general wear, tear and age the jewellery can slowly break. Here is a brooch that was worn through a war and survived a bombing. It was slightly […] → Continue Reading Antique Repairs