South Sea pearls are generally much larger than other pearl types and have a unique luster quality – a soft reflection due to the large aragonite platelets that make up the pearl. They also have the thickest average nacre of all cultured pearls. These factors make South Seas both distinctive and valuable. South Sea pearls have the highest value and command the highest prices of all types of pearls.

South Sea Pearl Diamond Ring in 18ct White Gold date circa 1980 PRICE: £1,850

Aquamarine(1.50ct approximately) Diamond(Total Weight: 0.40ct approximately) 18ct Gold/Platinum Ring date circa 1950 

Yellow Sapphire(2ct approximately) Diamond(total weight: 0.18ct approximately) Platinum Ring date circa 1960

Diamond (Main Diamond: Old Cut 0.40ct approximately, Small Diamonds: total weight 0.45ct approximately) Ring in Platinum date circa 1950

In the early 1800s, Englishmen William Hyde Wollaston and Smithson Tennant discovered how to make platinum malleable , effectively opening the door to platinum's extensive commercial applications. Platinum was discovered in Russia in 1822, and shortly thereafter, it began to be fashioned into decorative chains.

Aquamarine (2.50ct approximately) Diamond (Total Weight: 0.30ct approximately)  Ring in Platinum date circa 1960

Aquamarine is the birthstone for March, as well as the gemstone for the 19th anniversary.

Aquamarine (2.70ct approximately) Diamond (Total Weight: 0.45ct approximately) Ring in Platinum date circa 1960

Heart Shape Diamond (D colour, VS2 clarity, 1.62ct estimated) Baguette Diamond (Total Weight 0.60ct approximately) Ring in Platinum date circa 1980
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Aquamarine (1ct approximately) Diamond (Total Weight 0.40ct approximately) Ring in Platinum date circa 1980 

Old Cut Diamond (1.05ct VS1-VS2 clarity I-J colour estimated) Ring in Platinum date circa 1920

Natural Fancy Yellow Diamond (0.40ct approximately), Diamond (Princes Cut) Ring in 18ct White Gold date circa 1970 
PRICE: £3,750

Q: What is special about yellow diamonds?
A: Yellow diamonds are created through high levels of nitrogen in the jewel and are often preferred for their natural warmth. Yellow diamonds can come with orange, brown, or even green tints in them, adding to their eye-catching qualities. They are considered natural fancy coloured diamonds.

Ceylon Sapphire (0.40ct approximately) Diamond (Total Weight 0.20ct approximately) Platinum Ring date circa 1940

Q:What does the Ceylon sapphire symbolise?
A:For many centuries, Ceylon blue sapphires have been treasured by royal families around the world. Renowned for their allure and range of blues, sapphires are considered a symbol of love, power, loyalty, royalty and wisdom.

Pink Sapphire (1.35ct approximately) Diamond (total weight 0.45ct approximately) Ring in 18ct Yellow/White Gold date: circa 1960

Asscher Cut Diamond (0.70ct, E, VS2 estimated) Ring in Platinum date circa 1980

Diamond Ring in 18ct White Gold by VERA WANG, LOVE collection

In 2011, Vera Wang partnered with Zales to create the Vera Wang LOVE Collection—a line of engagement rings, wedding bands and fashion jewellery—as an extension of her signature elegant sensibility. Much like her work in bridal fashion, Vera Wang's diamond creations are all inspired by love. “It's a love for fashion. Although each piece is designed by Vera Wang, the collection still allows wearers to customise the final product, including the shape, setting, style, and metal.

Big Ben - West End, London

"Accessories are like vitamins to fashion"
Anna Dello Russo