Astley Clarke – Best Luxury Brand Online

AstleyClarke.com was founded in 2006 by Rebecca Astley-Clarke in order to offer international jewellery designers exposure to customers in the UK. Besides the web based branch, there is also a land based shop.

The World’s Most Expensive Pink Diamond Ring

Sotheby’s sold a pink diamond for a record of 29 million pounds and established a new world record on November the 16th, 2010 in its Magnificent Jewels Sale in Geneva. The 24.78 carat pink champagne hued gem is ranked in the top 2% diamonds in the world and it set a world record for a piece of jewellery at auction.

Pippa Small’s Survival Christmas Catalogue 2010

. A special range of jewellery designed by Pippa Small and other Christmas goods are also included. Pippa Small’s ‘Flower’ earrings, necklaces, bracelets are some of the most beautiful pieces offered in this year’s catalogue. Pippa Small’s Rainforest earrings are also part of the collection of the unique gifts that are meant to help fund Survival’s urgent work, that is defending the rights of threatened tribal peoples around the world.

Celtic Designer Jewellery Made From Recycled Gold and Silver

For this holiday season, a new line of Celtic designer jewellery was launched on a new ecommerce platform. The jewellery pieces are made with 100% recycled metal and fair trade gemstones. Over 600 designs are hand made by artisans at Reflective Images Santa Fe studio.

Why Sterling Silver Jewellery?

Shopping for jewellery can be both fun and confusing. Sterling silver jewellery is one of the types of jewellery that you can buy for prices that are amazingly low. Sterling silver is a precious metal, but its price is much more affordable than white gold or platinum. The fantastic shine and long-lasting wear of sterling silver jewellery makes it a wonderful choice.

Designer Jewellery Online

While a lot of people think that the style is more important than the brand label attached to a piece of jewellery, with the online market today, more and more people are interested to explore the large variety offered by styles and designs offered by jewellery designers.

Alexandrite Jewellery

Alexandrite is a gemstone named for a former czar in Russia. Alexandrite was first discovered in Russia, in the Ural Mountains supposedly on Alexander II 16th birthday. The colour of alexandrite is given by chromium and what is special about this gemstone is that this chromium gives two colours to alexandrite, unlike any other trace element that only provides one colour to any mineral.

Amethyst Jewellery

Amethyst is a type of quartz occurring in a transparent light to dark purple shades. Amethyst has been used in jewellery ever since the Minoan period in Greece and archeologists uncovered polished cabochons, or dome shaped stones set in gold.