December 26, 2020

Bridal Jewellery Guide

What jewellery to wear on your wedding day?

Without a doubt, the most important pieces of jewellery on your wedding day are the rings, the symbol of eternal love, but those rings need some friends. The saying goes, “Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue” and our selection of bridal jewellery can help you tick one or two off.

Earrings

Depending on dress style and hair style, we’ve pieced together a selection of earrings to suit everyone. Pearls and diamonds are the go-to when it comes to wedding earrings, they add beauty without standing out too much.

Necklace

Simple, classic and timeless, our solitaire pendant adds dainty sparkle without taking away from your dress. If you would like a different shaped diamond, such as a heart or pear, please don’t hesitate to get in touch so we can create something especially for you.

Bracelet

A diamond line bracelet matches everything. It will be with you on your wedding day and beyond. Please contact us for different carat weights and colours of gold.

Bespoke

Why not create something bespoke with your partner as a memento of your special day that will stay with you for a life time.

A pair of rubies could become some stunning drop earrings, adding a splash of colour to your wedding day ensemble. Rubies are said to represent romance and the power of life, and in many cultures, wearing red on your wedding day is said to bring good luck - a very fitting gemstone to wear on your wedding day.

We endeavour to search and fine some of the world’s finest gems, together with our design team, we will be able to create a magnificent piece which tells your story. Take a look at our Gem Vault for inspiration.

Ruby 1

A 5.40ct pair of rubies ready for a bespoke commission.

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