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    Weddings, Wish List & Design Inspirations With CEO Of Wingfield Digby, Alice Digby

    Wingfield Digby, like ourselves, are a family owned British brand who are based in London. They create beautiful home accessories and are renowned for handcrafting iridescent feathers into their designs. Their pieces are often bought as wedding gifts, and as wedding season is just around the...

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    The History & The Enduring Style of Signet Rings | The Stephen Einhorn Blog

     

    Did you know, signet rings have been used throughout history to create a signature for the wearer.

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    We’re Tickled Pink

    In the first of Wonderland magazine’s autumn/winter trend shoots, stylist Holly Ounstead and photographer Alena Jascanka take on the pink jumper in a short fashion film that also features our fab Bicycle pendant necklaceHammerhead ring in silver, and our Love ring and wedding ring in rose gold...

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    Stephen Einhorn, His Jewellery & London Shop in City & Angel Magazine

    What a wonderful profile piece by Gemma Billington on Stephen Einhorn, his background, company history and current designer jewellery and bespoke jewellery collections.

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    Stephen Einhorn Skull Ring In International Life Magazine

    Check out Stephen Einhorn’s Skull ring in 9 carat yellow gold with brilliant cut garnet eyes in International Life magazine! This luxury men’s Skull ring is a classic skull design from Designer Einhorn’s iconic skull jewellery collection and is a firm favourite amongst our customers.

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    What Is A Pear Cut – Our Fine Jewellery Guide

    Like its cousin, the Trilliant cut, the Pear cut shares elements of the Brilliant cut, meaning that is has all of the advantages of this classic round cut, but with an interesting twist: one pointed end of a Marquise cut. As its fruity name suggests, the cut gets its name from its distinctive, and...

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