Thursday, 21 November 2013

Jewellery Gifts For Christmas For That Someone Special

At this time of year I always dream of having that beautiful diamond gift at Christmas. One year I was very lucky and had some stunning princess cut earrings in a white gold surround. I think in these times of recession people still like to splash out on something special but it has to be value for money and of superb quality.

True Jewels are a company based in Birmingham, and with being members of the National Association of Goldsmith's you know they are a reputable company. They sell a range of 9ct, 18ct and platinum jewellery, set with diamonds and precious stones including blue topaz, amethyst, pink sapphire, and citrine.

And oh what festive delights they have on their website! I wonder if my husband will sneak a ring box into my stocking this year? Hint Hint... This is my little guide to perfect presents with a touch of class from True Jewels.

Blue Topaz Jewellery

Blue topaz is a popular affordable gemstone with a pale to mid blue colour. Topaz does in fact come in many colours but blue topaz appears to be the most popular and is very wearable. These blue topaz earrings below set with diamonds are classy and beautiful. The ring is a great price for something different and unique. Topaz is the birthstone of those born in November.


Blue Topaz and diamond earrings oval £497.50 square £362.50 ring £372.50

Pink Sapphire Jewellery

Pink sapphires have become more widely available since new deposits were found in Madagascar in the late 1990s. Another moderately priced gemstone pink sapphire wearers are vibrant like the stone and want to stand out from the crowd. You will certainly get noticed with these pink sapphire earrings. The pink sapphire pear shaped cocktail ring is perfect for those parties teamed with that little black dress. Sapphire is the birthstone for those born in September.


Pink Sapphire and diamond pear shaped earrings £437.50 pear shaped ring £572.50 square earrings £497.50

Diamond Jewellery

Diamond is the hardest and most expensive gemstone. Diamond jewellery is timeless and classic and never seems to date. Perfect for an engagement ring, it's popularity never seems to wane - after all as the song goes - diamonds are a girl's best friend! This diamond cross is an investment piece - simple and classic it is a piece of jewellery that will be treasured forever. The engagement ring has a pretty design and you know it will be cherished. The heart earrings are my personal favourite, something you can wear time and time again.



Diamond Cross £1462.50, ring £587.50, heart earrings £372.50
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24 comments

  1. OOOoooh I haven't received jewellery in the longest time! The perils of being with the same man for 25 years. He bought me LOTS in the early years.
    BEAUTIFUL website xx

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    1. Why don't you leave this blog page open so he can see this post ? :)

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    2. Now THAT is a very good idea :-) x

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  2. I LOVE Jewellery and I am lucky as I have a bit, but you can never have too much, can you? I think I will be 'accidently' leaving this page open in very prominent places, possibly even making it hubby's homepage!

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    1. That is exactly what I said above! You must have read my mind.

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  3. I always liked blue topaz... lovely stone... I hope one day I will be a lucky owner of one

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    1. I love blue topaz too, the colour is just beautiful.

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  4. Ahhh lovely pieces! Nothing like a bit of new bling! xx

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    1. new mums definitely need a present to mark the special occasion - blue for a boy?

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  5. I wouldn't mind someone buying me any of this lot for Christmas! ;)
    http://vodkaandarose.blogspot.co.uk Jess. x

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  6. I adore emeralds, love this review, just plonked laptop on the laptop of hubby!!!

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    1. Emeralds are stunning I must admit, but then again I love ALL jewellery

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  7. Oh they are gorgeous and Birmingham isn't too far away. I don't do birth month gems as I'm May and I don't like emeralds - lol then I just spotted the comment above!

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    1. You don't have to be a slave to your birthstone, just wear beautiful jewellery you love.

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  8. I adore the blue Topaz and pink sapphire. I am not sure I could pick a favourite piece of jewellery. I love my brooches, my wedding rings and a cross that belonged to my granddad.

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    1. Jewellery has a lot of sentimental meaning for people. I love my engagement ring, it is just so beautiful and means so much to me.

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  9. The blue topaz ring in particular is stunning... Such a lovely colour! :)

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  10. I'm allergic to all kinds of metal since I was a child so it's never interested me.I do like the Topaz though.

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    1. That is very unusual. You would be perfect for platinum then as it is said to be hypoallergenic as most platinum is at least 95 per cent pure.

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  11. Oh my! I LOVE that Blue Topaz ring!

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