1. The hunt for Theresa May's necklace

    The hunt for Theresa May's necklace
    Over the past few months we have been contacted again and again by our customers asking if Theresa May is wearing one of our necklaces. The short answer is no BUT we understand the confusion. Theresa May wearing her Amanda Wakeley Silver Plated Necklace (Photo credit The Sun Newspaper Online) Theresa May's necklace is a stunning design by Amanda Wakeley https://www.amandawakeley.com/chunky-necklace-steel...
  2. Everything you ever wanted to know about Liquid Silver Jewellery

    We are often asked about our liquid silver jewellery (known as silver silk in Australia) so I thought it might be useful to provide a little more information about this amazing jewellery and also how to make sure you get the right piece for you. Liquid silver was created by Native American artisans in New Mexico. The shimmering "liquid" look...
  3. How Bangles Play a Significant Role in Asian Culture

    How Bangles Play a Significant Role in Asian Culture

    The wearing of bangles in South Eastern Asia, particularly in India, lives and breathes tradition with its roots going all the way back to ancient times. In modern times, it exhibits no sign of slowing down as the use of bangles for married Indian women is still compulsory. The word, bangle, was derived from the Hindi word bangri or bangali, which in Sanskrit means the ornament which adorns the arm.

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  4. How to Tell the Difference Between Real and Fake Amber

    How to Tell the Difference Between Real and Fake Amber

    Following up on my beginner’s guide to amber jewellery, I wanted to dive a bit more into how to tell the difference between real and fake amber. Here is everything you should know.

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  5. Beginner's Guide to Amber Jewellery

    Beginner's Guide to Amber Jewellery

    Amber is fossilized resin from trees found on Earth anywhere from 30 to 125 million years ago. Do not confuse resin for sap as resin flows under tree bark and protects trees form damage by insects or when it loses a limb during a storm, while sap flows through the centre of the tree and provides nutrients.

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