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Who would ever think having a pile of Jewellery would be a bad thing? Its a shame to have Jewellery sitting not being used. Understandably most people have sentimental Jewellery. We create sentimental Jewellery every day! Sometimes you just need a neutral third party to help out. Look at everything and let you know what is valuable, what you can use. More and more we are getting asked to restore damaged and broken Jewellery. Sentimental items can be restored in such a way that makes them more useable every day. While you are spring cleaning, take the opportunity to look at your Jewellery and think about maybe it is time to finally do something with it.

Winter time brings with it cold. Most people find that their rings are a little bit looser. Summer brings warmer weather, and your rings a little bit tighter. A lot of people start to get an irritation on their hands where there rings sit. Don't stress, its just dead skin cells that have come off when you have cleaned your hands. The moisture gets stuck under your ring and as it heats up the skin gets irritated. Its the first sign that your ring needs to be re-sized. What you can do When you wash your hands take all rings off and make sure your hands are completely dry (this isn't always possible - and especially in

Diamonds are a girls best friend - but aren't they really everyone's best friend? If you are like me (and why not), I subscribe to the notion of happy wife, happy life. As much as i would love everyone husband/boyfriend in the world to decide in April to what the hell, its April and darling you deserve a diamond, they are rare and precious for a reason. So anyone that does have a significant anniversary/birthday in April, there should not be any excuse for not thinking about a diamond in some form or another. [caption id="attachment_9644" align="alignleft" width="300"] Stunning pave diamond dress ring with 2.12 cts[/caption] Diamond History courtesy of the American Gem Society: Diamonds have been admired for centuries,