Exuding a timeless elegance, it’s easy to see why Emeralds have been sought after and treasured for centuries. With striking deep green hues, the esteemed and rare Emerald is unquestionably this season’s most coveted stone.
An amalgamation of exquisite opulence and breathtaking beauty, we are proud to introduce the first Opal Ring, featuring a rare black Opal.
Soon to be on display at the Woollahra boutique, this spectacular piece is crafted from a truly extraordinary 25 carat black Opal sourced from Lightning Ridge, Australia’s premier Opal region.
With a vision of contemporary magnificence in mind, this piece was adorned with custom-cut white diamonds and sapphires. This modern piece is also set in black rhodium plated white gold, giving it a sense of depth and accentuating the eye-catching aesthetic.
Selecting a wedding band is just as important for the groom, as it is for the bride. For all the soon-to-be grooms out there, we’re here to help you select a wedding band that you will treasure for years to come.
There’s a great deal to consider when selecting your band, so we’re answering some of the most frequently asked questions surrounding men’s wedding jewellery.
The history behind women’s wedding bands makes them particularly special. Here at the boutique, we love combining the fascinating history of women’s wedding bands with contemporary influences, to create something you will adore for an eternity.
Did you know that women have worn wedding bands since Ancient Egyptian times? History suggests that the wedding ring was worn on the left finger due to the belief that a vein runs from this finger to the heart, a tradition that many of us still follow today.
So you’ve found your dream stone, you have an idea of the cut you prefer and you’ve picked your metal … but did you know there are particular shapes that are more flattering on certain fingers?
The theory follows the formula of balance, specifically, how the length and width of your fingers contrasts against the featured diamond or stone.
If you’d like an insight on the most ideal shape for you, we’ve shared some of our favourite tips below. They’re extremely helpful but it’s important to remember, the perfect ring for your finger is the one you and your partner adore.
While the history and aesthetic choices of the engagement ring have been classic, many modern women are gravitating toward non-traditional styles that reflect their aesthetic preferences.
This has been seen with future brides opting for coloured gems as opposed to classic diamonds, double halos instead of single solitaires and in this instance – combining a variety of metals into one ring.
The age old “rule” of not mixing yellow or white gold has slowly started to fade away, as a number of people flock to this trend to highlight their love for unique jewellery – creating a ring that’s truly right for them.
Whether you’re preparing to propose to your special someone, or anticipating that your partner will pop the question soon – engagement rings are the topic of interest. Once you’ve informed yourself on core knowledge like The 4 C’s, shapes and certification, it might be a good idea to keep an eye out for some of the trends coming through the market.
Designing an engagement ring is an amazing experience, allowing you to create a masterpiece that is every bit as unique as you or your partner. Like most trends, engagement ring designs come in and out of popularity and recently we’ve seen an increased interest in stunning coloured jewels amongst brides to be.