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Saturday, 10 January 2015 00:00

Diamonds of the future from Deluxe Diamonds

Deluxe Diamonds are the first company in the UK to offer diamonds of the future – a new exciting concept of cultured diamonds which are socially responsible and provide a conflict free alternative to mined diamonds. For those whom love diamonds but care about the environment, conflict free aspect and the price this will be an interesting proposition for many.

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Monday, 25 July 2016 00:00

Lucy in the sky with diamonds

LionSorbet who are world leaders in jewellery animation and photography have developed an exciting new range of animated products for 2014. Over the last 5 years LionSorbet have worked with jewellery retailers all over the world to enhance their product range and making them more desirable online and in-store.

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Saturday, 10 January 2015 00:00

Rony Tennenbaum’s same sex Jewelry

The 2014 holiday shopping season is nearly in full swing and promises to deliver plenty of sparkle and style!T’is the season for top gift-giving jewelry trends. Whether you’re looking to make a social statement or a personal commitment, look no further than Rony Tennenbaum, whose powerhouse designs have been celebrated for more than 25 years.

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Monday, 11 July 2016 00:00

David Mor Jewelry

David Mor Jewelry was showcased at Big Machine Label Group’s CMA after party where guests were able to view and try on select pieces from the jewelry line. There was an overwhelmingly positive response to the new brand as celebrities and guests appreciated the intricate detail and craftsmanship of each piece.

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Saturday, 10 January 2015 00:00

Crafted with passion

The design of the unique and exclusive Centenary Flanders Fields Poppy Necklace is based on a 100 year old dried and flattened real poppy from Private Len Smith’s diary. Private Smith, a veteran who lived until 1974, plucked the poppy from No Man’s Land in 1915 and preserved it in his illustrated diary. Artist Stephen Allen then created a sculpture of the poppy for TMB Art Metal of London to use as the model for the necklace.

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Monday, 01 June 2015 23:00

Chamout Diamond Watch

The first diving watch from Chaumet, Class One was the start of a velvet revolution in 1998, combining steel, diamonds and rubber for the first time. The watch owes its name to the powerful monohull powerboat, designed in the 1990s to skim the waves at the most prestigious single-handed races, such as Vendée Globe and Route du Rhum.

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