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Hang a shining star, upon the highest bough.

Christmas is a time of year, with our nearest and dearest gathered around, that we show our love and affection for our family and friends. It is a special time that we devote to every year to come together with the special people in our lives and let them know just how much they mean to us and one of the ways we show this is with the giving of presents.

Of course, the Holiday Season is not just about the material and it encompasses so much more, as the time spent with those closest to us will always be the greatest gift of all.

But what better way is there to have a permanent reminder of the love and affection we share for one another than giving that special someone a gift that they will cherish for the rest of their lives. Air fryers, hair dryers and new trainers will come and go, but Diamonds, as Shirley Bassey expressed beautifully, Are Forever.

The gift of jewellery is a permanent reminder of the love shared between two people and the present will hold a special place in your loved one’s heart forever.

Whether the gift is for your partner, a parent or one of your children, giving your loved one a piece of handcrafted jewellery this year for Christmas is a true symbol of affection and a permanent reminder of your love for years to come. We can help work towards a number of different designs and styles in order to make this Christmas particularly memorable for that special someone in your life, by giving them a present that they will cherish forever.


Diamond earrings might just be the most foolproof present to give to your loved one this Christmas. They don’t need to be sized to specification, the designs are typically simple by nature and finally they are versatile in terms of your budget, meaning we can work with you to create the piece you had in mind. 


Another very popular variety of jewellery that is perfect for a Christmas present is a pendant. Similarly to earrings, pendants are a fairly foolproof present for a loved one because there isn’t a large deal of variation in terms of the style and design, they can be made to fit around your budget specifications and finally there isn’t a great amount of difference in selecting a size (only the chain length really matters).

Once again, the nature of pendants means that in terms of the design, they can be as simple or intricate as you prefer, whether you want to have a simple solitaire design or something a little bit more complex, like the addition of a diamond set surround or pippin. Like with earrings, we have a variety of pendants currently available in stock but we can also create something for you based on a previous design we have done, something you have seen, or create a new design created from scratch. As previously mentioned, the centre stone of a pendant doesn’t have to be a diamond, with the popularity of coloured gemstones meaning that we have created a number of different designs utilising rubies, emeralds and sapphires (which can be seen on our Instagram page).

‘The Big One’

Christmas is such a special occasion because it is one of the few times a year where the whole family comes together to celebrate as one and often there is a joining of two families uniting. With this in mind, what better way to show this union of two becoming one than a Christmas Eve or Christmas Day proposal.

If you are thinking of proposing to your partner in the next few months, Christmas could be the perfect opportunity to do so whilst surrounded by family and on a day synonymous with celebration and joy. With the extended family all gathered together a proposal to your partner, and the joining of two families into one, would undoubtedly be a memory that would last forever, which truly captures the essence of love, family and the Christmas Spirit.

Of course, listed above are just three examples of jewellery that is commonly bought as Christmas presents, it is by no means an exhaustive list. The gift of any variety of jewellery for Christmas is a memorable, beautiful expression of your love for another, whether that is a parent, child or partner.

“Here we are as in olden days, happy golden days of yore”