Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Seasonal Weddings: Autumn Wedding Ideas

    When you think of weddings you probably think of shining white marquees against a backdrop of bright summer sunshine and pastel colours, but, it was found recently that autumn is now the most popular wedding season. The thought of an autumn wedding being the most desired of all seasons might come as a shock to some, especially when you consider how dreary the weather becomes at this time of year...
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  • Celebrating Hugh Jackman’s Birthday with Montblanc

    Today is Hugh Jackman’s 50th birthday, and what better way to celebrate than to highlight the brand he considers his family. Hugh Jackman has been an ambassador for Montblanc since 2014 and was chosen to be the face of the brand for his style and elegance, his adventurous spirit and his commitment to the arts. Recognised internationally for his achievements on and off the silver screen over the past 20...
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  • Brand Focus: Les Georgettes

    Les Georgettes is a relatively new French jewellery brand that has grown into a sophisticated must-have for your jewellery collection. Acclaimed for its innovative design and versatility, Les Georgettes combines the elegant craftsmanship of luxury metal bangles and fine leather straps to create wardrobe-friendly and highly adaptable jewellery pieces that can be customised and worn with any outfit, to any occasion, or for any mood. Les...
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  • We are extremely proud to have attained Official Rolex Service Centre status

    As you may be aware, our watch workshops at Michael Jones Jeweller have been authorised to carry out Rolex service work for a number of years and employ and train some of the best watchmakers in the country. Now we are especially proud to announce that our watchmaker Lynette has just become only the third watchmaker in the UK awarded the prestigious “Rolex Authorised Service” status. Today...
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  • Gemstone of the Month: OCTOBER

    Gemstone of the Month: October   NAME: Opal MEANING: The name “opal” originates from the Greek word opallios, which means “to see a change in colour.” COMMON SPECIES: Many opal varieties exist, but only a few (like Fire Opal and Boulder Opal) are universally recognized. Opals are often referred to by their background “body colour”—black or white. COLOUR: Each Opal is truly one-of-a-kind; as unique as our fingerprints. MOHS HARDNESS: ...
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