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Country Jewel Winton

Country Jewel Winton

When did the act of proposing with an engagement ring start? The act of gifting an engagement ring comes from the Egyptians - with their age old culture and all. Gold engagement rings were found dating back to as early as 2600 BC. For Ancient Egyptians, an engagement ring had a circular shape to symbolise…

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Magical Winter Wedding

We were approached by Andy at Fiordland Lodge who was organising a photo shoot to promote winter weddings at his spectacular venue. It was lovely to assist Jess and Douglas in choosing the jewellery for the photo shoot... or so we thought!! Given they were already engaged, they actually got married. Congratulations to you both. Who wouldn't want…

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Uniquely Your's

Wedding Rings - the last present a couple give one another before their wedding. In their simplest form, a circle - forever - never ending. But today you can mix this up with your own unique look! You could use different coloured metals or different cut of stones, options are endless. The lovely Sarah has…

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Though it is always advised for you to get your Jewellery inspected and refreshed by a jeweller, there are many things you can do on your own to care for and protect your jewellery. Every piece of jewellery in an investment and a memory and it can be maintained like new by avoiding some very…

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#ONEFORMEONEFORYOU

One for you one for me! Country Jewel is very proud to be apart of this wonderful "Pay Ït Forward" promotion from Nomination Italy.This very special Limited Edition Rainbow Composable Bracelet is available instore only from today! The coloured rainbow represents good luck. Gift it to a person who brings colour to your lif, to a…

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Buying a diamond ring (or any piece of jewellery) is an expensive endeavour. A wedding ring is to stay with you for a lifetime, so it is extremely important that you make the right choice. Your hard earned money should be well spent and here are tips that can be used while or before buying…

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A diamond loses 50% of its weight in the cutting and polishing process. In order for a rough diamond to reach its full potential it will undergo a cutting and polishing process; during which, the diamond will lose up to 50% of its original rough carat weight on average. This is a necessary evil as…

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