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Pink Diamond Engagement Rings UK

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the very latest from our Hatton Garden jewellers. For over 40 years, our team has assisted generations of clients to find their perfect diamond engagement ring. Often, and excitedly, changes and tastes change and evolve over time. Certain shapes become more popular, less popular and come back in fashion. This week are looking at pink diamonds and their use in engagement rings. Playful and stylish the pink diamond engagement ring is a timeless classic, a timeless symbol of love and certainly an exciting choice of centre stone for an engagement ring.

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Yellow Diamond Engagement Rings UK

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the very latest from our Hatton Garden jewellers. For over 40 years, our team have assisted generations of clients to find their perfect diamond engagement ring. Often, and excitedly, changes and tastes change and evolve over time. Certain shapes become more popular, less popular and come back in fashion. In today’s blog we explore the gorgeous and highly treasured fancy coloured yellow diamond and its increasing use as the centrestone for diamond engagement rings, how to choose a yellow diamond engagement ring and offer a selection of popular styles.

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January’s Birthstone

What is January's birthstone

A new year is here and a new start is certainly promised. As we return to our workshop after an interesting and different Christmas we once again get back to our beautiful bespoke diamond jewellery, loose fancy coloured diamonds and gorgeous diamond engagement rings. Well rested from our break, we continue on with our series of monthly birthstones we turn to January (full of promises as many return with renewed hopes and strengths) with the deeply rich and stunning Garnet.

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Game Set & Match

Yellow Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the last from our London Jewellery workshop. As jewellers based in Hatton Garden, we have a long and established history and connection to both the diamond trade and to both the latest designs and classic jewellery designs. In this week’s blog, we look at the Tennis bracelet, it’s history and design and offer some gorgeous ideas when choosing a diamond tennis bracelet.

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After she says yes…

At Diamonds Hatton Garden we welcome couples looking forward to their very special day. Our personal service, knowledgeable team and inventory of loose diamonds makes choosing a diamond engagement ring a pleasurable and personal experience. Of course, many elements go into creating the next step; the wedding. With this in mind, we speak with Aimee Orwell,

Wedding and Event Planner at One Oake, about her career, inspiration and her top tips for weddings to help our readers with that incredible next step after the ring.

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How To Choose The Right Diamond Shape

How to choose the right diamond shape

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where we bring you the latest updates from our London jewellery workshop, diamond engagement rings and diamond jewellery. As leading jewellers in Hatton Garden we are often asked by clients about the exciting, and sometimes scary, world of diamond shapes. In today’s blog post we share some of the most popular diamond shapes, explore how each shape is different and how to choose the right diamond shape for you.

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What is September’s Birthstone

what is September's birthstone

Welcome back to the Diamonds Hatton Garden blog where each week we bring you the latest in our bespoke diamond jewellery, fancy coloured loose diamonds and diamond engagement rings. In the latest entry to our ongoing series, we dive into the wonderful world of birthstones with September’s birthstone: Sapphire.

September’s birthstone is the Sapphire, and what a birthstone it is! Highly prized and cherished for thousands of years, sapphire has been desired by civilisations across the world. Sapphires (corundum) are commonly associated with their deep, blue colours but are found in a kaleidoscope of other colours including green, yellow and, famously, the Ruby which is red. Corundum has two primary gem varieties: ruby and sapphire. Rubies are red due to the presence of chromium, and sapphires exhibit a range of colours depending on what transition metal is present during their formation. Continue Reading →