Image by Kwintowski Photography via Kayla and Dom’s Traditional Spring Brisbane Wedding While traditionally men’s wedding bands have been fashioned from softer metals like gold, silver and platinum, advancements in engineering techniques over the last decade have seen the rise and rise of metals like titanium and tungsten as alternatives, with most jewellery stores now stocking
The February birthstone is Amethyst. Happy Birthday to all those born in February! The history of the amethyst. Amethyst has a long history, and has been used for centuries in regal accessories, thanks to its colour purple which is traditionally associated with all things noble. The Egyptians used it in their jewellery, and the ancient
Image via Etsy Garnet is the January birthstone for jewelry. So Happy Birthday – oh and Happy New Year too by the way. There isn’t a lot known about garnets; they tend to fly under the radar, compared to their more high profile colour cousins, the ruby. Garnet comes in two varieties, Almandine and Rhodolite.