Category Archives: Jewellery Guides

Our guide to yellow gold jewellery

This post was originally published on Jan 30th 2015 and updated on Sep 14th 2018. All that glisters is not gold. Oh, Mr Shakespeare, you are never wrong. But when gold does glisten, it really shines. Chalices are golden, thrones are golden, … Continue reading

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What you need to know about opal jewellery

What is an opal? An opal is not technically a gemstone, although its beauty belies its classification as a mineraloid. A form of silica, it has been used as a precious stone by jewellers for centuries. Prized by the Romans, … Continue reading

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June birthstones: everything you need to know

If you were born in June then the world really is your oyster, for the beautiful pearl is your traditional birthstone. Worn for centuries, pearls have been discovered in use in jewellery in ancient Persia, Rome, and China. Worn by … Continue reading

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Do Men Wear Engagement Rings?

Do men wear engagement rings? Yes they do. Like everything else that is changing in modern life, attitudes are changing to customs normally associated solely with women. Geo Elipse Eternity Ring Palladium & Diamonds Is this a new fad simply … Continue reading

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What Is A Pear Cut – Our Fine Jewellery Guide

Like its cousin, the Trilliant cut, the Pear cut shares elements of the Brilliant cut, meaning that is has all of the advantages of this classic round cut, but with an interesting twist: one pointed end of a Marquise cut. … Continue reading

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Focus On Bespoke Jewellery

At Stephen Einhorn we specialise in bespoke jewellery, we like to make your jewellery dreams come true…. What is bespoke? Well it’s being able to have whatever you like made, a totally unique piece designed and custom made exclusively for … Continue reading

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Quality & Ethical Diamonds

Diamonds are forever, sang Shirley Bassey. She wasn’t wrong. Diamonds, as the toughest mineral known to humans, will last a lifetime, becoming heirlooms of the future. They carry a rich and illustrious history and nothing shines and sparkles quite like … Continue reading

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Unisex: Our Genderless Jewellery Edit For You.

Transcending the idea of men’s and women’s jewellery, we are synonymous with contemporary modern style, irrespective of gender. Unisex, or in other words a non gender specific style. This can be a bit confusing because quite often its the way … Continue reading

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How To Buy An Engagement Ring & Enjoy Yourself

The Proposal You’ve made the decision, you’re going to do it, it’s exciting isn’t it! You know where you will propose, but what will you propose with? You don’t have a ring? Then let us help. Whatever the design you … Continue reading

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Sapphires

There are many beautiful colour variations of sapphires, encompassing mostly all the spectrum of colours, except red sapphires, which are termed ‘fancy’ and include orange, yellow, violet and lilac. In the Middle Ages the clergy wore blue sapphires to symbolise … Continue reading

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