Birthstones are a beautiful way to personalise a piece of jewellery. Any of our designs can have a birthstone added or you can commission a piece of unforgettable jewellery with several birthstones of the people you love.
The birthstone for January is garnet. It can come in a reddish brown colour, an orange, pink, or even a vibrant green colour like this stone in this necklace which is from the Heartbeat collection. This necklace was customised with a green garnet as a gift for a new mother to celebrate the birth of her daughter in January.
The birthstone for February is amethyst. This is a customised necklace from the Kiss and Make Up collection. It has been hand engraved with an infinity symbol and set with an amethyst.
The birthstone for March is aquamarine. This is a ring from the Slingshot collection set with a trillion cut aquamarine with diamonds in the shoulders.
The birthstone for April is diamond. You'll find this two stone twist ring design in our engagement ring page but it would make a beautiful gift for a birthday or anniversary.
The birthstone for May is emerald. This is a ring a man commissioned as a gift for his wife's birthday. It is set with emeralds and peridots to symbolise their birth months and with diamonds to symbolise eternity. There is a secret message written between the stones that only makes sense to them.
The birthstone for June is pearl. These are a pair of handmade sterling silver cufflinks with black pearls that were made for a couple's pearl wedding anniversay. Pearls can come in lots of different shades and colours.
The birthstone for July is ruby. This is a pendant from the Cairn collection. It has a 9ct yellow gold section set with a diamond and a sterling silver section set with a ruby.
The birthstone for August is peridot. It's an olive green colour. This ring was a customisation of a ring in the Knot the End collection. It is set with a large peridot and small blue sapphires.
The birthstone for September is sapphire. Sapphires can come in almost every colour imaginable, except for red as a red sapphire is a ruby. They are most well known for being blue. This is an engagement ring and wedding ring set with a pear cut blue sapphire and diamonds in 9ct yellow gold.
The birthstone October is tourmaline. Tourmaline comes in the most stunning shades or red, green and blue. This is an oval cut red tourmaline with diamonds set in white gold.
The birthstone for November is topaz. This is a commissioned ring that is set with blue topazes and diamonds.
The birthstone for December is tanzanite. This is a diamond and tanzanite ring that is in our engagment ring collection.
You can also commission items of jewellery like this necklace that has different birthstones to represent different family members. This necklace was made for a woman and it is set with birthstones in the top loop for her children and birthstones in the bottom loop for her grandchildren.
Designer Genes is a playful name for this collection of jewellery that is inspired by the double helix. Our DNA is not visible to the naked eye, just like our family bond but we know that it is there. The beautiful twisted ladder shape of the structure of the double helix in these designs is an elegant way to bring to life this invisible bond. It's a beautiful gift to give to a mother, daugther, sister or aunt
Knot The End
Some people believe that nothing ever ends, but simply continues in a different form and that all endings are beginnings in disguise. Knot the end is a quirky and humorous interpretation of this idea. Each knot is hand tied and therefore unique. The twists and turns symbolise the unique journey we experience in our life time.
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Millions of chance encounters have resulted in you and your loved ones meeting and now that you have found each other, we want you to stay together. The two forms, one matt, one polished are held together by a gold bond to symbolise the special relationship that you share. So whether it is your partner, a friend or a work colleague, stay together is a piece of jewellery that expresses your appreciation of the relationship you share and your desire to keep it strong.
Fall in love with the natural beauty of Scotland's landscape. This copyrighted collection of jewellery is inspired by the fairy pools on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. The fairy pools are a series of descending rock pools fed by crystal clear waterfalls from the Cuillin mountains. Like a stream that pauses on its journey, white rivers of cascading water fill pools of sapphire blues and greens before continuing on.
There is something intrinsically playful about slingshots. They are associated with mischief makers and laughter. This design which holds a trillion cut gemstone very securely has a sense of fun. One curved edge of the stone is cupped by the metal with a V shaped claw opposite. It looks poised to launch and protect the wearer. The inspiration for this design was to create something using stones that would act as a symbol of protection and a slingshot was the perfect creative solution.
From The Heart
The quirky design of the cocktail glass, which holds the stone, fits into the ring which has a “straight up with a twist” unique fitting. This means you can change the colour of the stone as the mood takes you.
At half past three everything stops for tea. Afternoon tea is an awfully civilised tradition of eating sweet treats to keep energy levels topped up during the day. These moments of rest and restoration to socialise with friends are truely precious. Inspired by this pleasure, the Afternoon Tea collection has precious gemstones set in silver and gold for joyous occasions.
Being a Hero means standing up for what is right, often against powerful opponents. Hero represents the courage and determination of those who sacrifice their own comforts to fight for the good of others.
The pieces in this collection are all different. There is no way to make two identical. The sterling silver is heated until the surface melts. As it cools, it forms unique patterns on the surface. The pieces are then hammered, cut, scratched and drilled. They are basically harmed in every way possible. Rather than try to disguise the history of their experiences, these pieces proudly display the beauty of what they have been transformed into. In addition to the surface decoration, the pieces have a single diamond set in them and a hole. The diamond represents strength and the hole is a Celtic symbol. The Celts believed stones with holes in them were lucky. They also built tombs with a hole in them so the soul was free to travel between different worlds. The diamond and the hole symbolise strength and freedom and I hope they bring the wearer good luck.
The Affinity collection lets you build a collection of all the things you love that make you who you are. Each circle can be hand engraved with a name, a place, a date or anything you want that reminds you of a special person or moment in your life. The rings can also be set with small gemstones. This collection is perfect for adding to throughout your life as the rings make perfect gifts for anniversaries or even to celebrate the birth of a child. The rings are available in silver, 9ct gold, rose gold or white gold. You can combine different colours of the metals to build a design that’s special and unique to you. The rings can be made into earrings, pendants or bracelets
Bella Figura is a unqiue collection of jewellery that draws inspiration from the stories behind different shapes of pasta. In gold and silver, it is a feast for the eyes.
Kiss and Make Up
Well behaved women rarely make history.
This collection of jewellery is hand carved to create wave shapes that catch the light beautifully. A confident statement.