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Beyond its well-loved travel attractions, Italy is a fine jewellery haven founded in centuries-old family tradition of goldsmithing and gemsetting With a long and illustrious history, Italy as a travel destination can be wildly overwhelming. Surely, the country wasn’t built in a day — ancient mythology, mighty empires, and the…

Colburn one-shoulder fil coupe cloque, ROLAND MOURET at THEOUTNET.COM Earrings in white gold, set with pear-shaped rhodolite garnet and brilliant-cut diamonds (sold individually); Pendant in 18K white gold, set with one pear-shaped rhodolite garnet and brilliant-cut diamonds; Ring in 18K white gold, set with one pear-shaped citrine and brilliant-cut diamonds;…

Ring from the Claude Monet collection FREYWILLE continues to celebrate history, artistry, and luxury with exquisite enamel fine jewellery Much like a painting, enamelwork wonderfully captures the rich, glowing colours and the magical aura of the festive season. And when the creations are as inspired and masterful as those of…

PINKY PROMISE Seal it with a ring Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s fiancée, has been spotted wearing a ring with the letter ‘H’, believed to be a promise ring, given by the Prince. Sometimes called a love ring, a pre-engagement ring, or a commitment ring — a promise ring can mean…

No cut is a direct match for the cabochon. With its arched dome, the cabochon is one of the oldest and most efficient ways to cut and polish a gemstone. Its shape offers protection against chipping, and — while showing off colours to the greatest advantage — the cut also…