2018 is all about green. Fashion and home styles started the trend - think cacti and palm leaves and now watches and jewellery are here to help accessorise your style. Whether you are into the more subtle pastel shades or ready to go bold with a bright grass green we have just the thing.
Rolex Oyster perpetual Datejust 31 featuring a green malachite dial.
This entry was posted in Latest News on 17th May 2018 by Michael Jones.
We recently shared a blog post all about luxury gifts for him, but of course we can’t forget about the girls, so here we’ve created a list of amazing luxury gifts for her. Whether you think the lady in your life has everything or you’re just feeling uninspired, our gift list should help you. All the luxury gifts for her we’ve shared are fantastic for anyone, whether it be your...
This entry was posted in Community on 17th May 2018 by Michael Jones Jeweller Team.
Our jewellery workshop and watch workshop work closely together day to day. Although separate disciplines, you can often find a watchmaker in the jewellery room or visa-versa, problem solving, comparing polishing compounds or other fun stuff - so suggest a team building activity and they jump at the chance. This time it was a local mining theme escape room and they nailed it! Well done team!
This entry was posted in Latest News on 3rd May 2018 by Michael Jones.
When you invest in a car, you wouldn’t avoid getting it serviced, right? So why invest in a beautiful timepiece and not invest in watch servicing? You’re probably thinking “how can you compare a big car to a tiny watch?”. But think about it, a car has lots small mechanical parts and a watch also has intricate mechanical parts; both need cleaning and servicing in order to last. A watch...
Emerald comes from the word “smaragdus,” which means “green” in Greek.
Emerald is a variety of beryl.
Light green to a deep rich green.
HISTORY IN JEWELLERY:
Cleopatra was known to cherish emeralds, even claiming ownership of all emerald mines in Egypt during her reign.
TREATMENTS AND ENHANCEMENTS:
Traditionally Emeralds can be oiled to fill surface cracks...