Suppliers of Wedding Jewellery

The items of jewellery you choose to wear on your wedding day will become precious keepsakes that will serve as wonderful reminders of a day full of love and joy whenever you look at or wear them. Wedding bands are worn each day and are the most symbolic aspect of your wedding day. Cufflinks, tie pins or pocket watches are excellent gifts from a bride to her groom, while any bride on her wedding day will love a bracelet or necklace from her husband-to-be, it's an uber romantic token of love before taken the steps towards wedded bliss. Take time in your selection – these are special pieces that may well end up becoming some of your most cherished possessions so be sure to check out our list below and then pop along to their shops or studios.

 

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R L Austen are an independent jewellers based in Chichester, West Sussex since 1794.

We stock a range of high-quality jewellery, specialising in coloured gemstones, diamonds, pearls as well as top names in high end jewellery, watches and giftware.

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Women propose new wedding trend

Until recently engagement rings were seen as exclusively a female item of jewellery but the team at Ingle & Rhode believe the time has come for both sexes to enjoy a little engagement bling. They have already sold several of the rings to women who were planning to propose to their partners and are confident the trend will continue to gain pace. Ingle & Rhode's mens rings include items fashioned from gold and platinum with many featuring ethically sourced diamonds, sapphires, emeralds and other precious stones. There's something for most budgets with women able to choose from a modest ring for their man from as little as £495 or go for something more blingy up to £11,950.

Posted: 18 May 2022

Expert advice on how to clean your engagement ring at home

Wearing your ring every day will take its toll - a build-up of things like oil, debris and cosmetic residue can create a thin layer on your ring making it look dull.

The good news is that there is no reason you can't keep your diamond as vibrant and twinkly as the day you received it- it just takes a little sprucing up every so often.

Jewellery experts at Queensmith have shared their straightforward tips for when you need to clean your ring safely at home.

Posted: 23 April 2022

Ten jewellery superstitions to know before your big day

Certain jewellery worn on your wedding day can bring bad luck to brides and grooms, according to experts. Ethical jewellery experts Ingle & Rhode have gathered some of the most unusual superstitions surrounding accessories that you might not know about. From necklaces to bracelets, lots of jewellery has hidden meanings that are considered lucky or unlucky, depending on what it is and when it is worn. Some jewellery, like rosary beads, are considered good luck, whereas wearing pearls on your wedding day suggests that you will have tears in your marriage.

Posted: 19 April 2022

Goldsmiths unveils luxurious new showroom in Brighton

Goldsmiths, one of the UK's leading luxury watch and jewellery retailers has opened its doors to unveil its dynamic new design at its Brighton showroom, at Churchill Square. The Brighton showroom is only the third of Goldsmith's new concept showrooms to open, following the opening of the Canterbury and Reading showrooms during October. The showroom reveals a whole new interior concept, as well as an exceptional new line up of luxury timepieces from the best names in Swiss watchmaking alongside world-renowned fine jewellery brands. Goldsmiths has created a luxury retail environment for the future – one that embraces a modern and relaxed way to browse.

Posted: 16 November 2021

Born to shine

Richard Talman and Hugo Johnson are the incredibly talented gentlemen behind Haywards Heath-based bespoke jewellers RTFJ. Both regulars on your TV screens (Richard on The Repair Shop and Hugo, 2021's All That Glitters champ) the pair have high standards when it comes to their pieces and customer service. Your Sussex Wedding editor Kelly Andrews caught up with them for a virtual chat about their experiences working with the BBC on such well-loved shows, as well as what inspires them and how to get the best out your wedding rings.

Posted: 2 August 2021

Wedding jewellery with meaning

Rosie Odette Jewellery has launched a luxury, custom engagement ring service that celebrates uniqueness, empowering couples to channel their love and individuality through meaningful stones and evocative, personal design. Gem hunter and luxury independent jewellery designer, Rosie Odette, is leading a revolution in high-end engagement ring design with a bespoke service tailored to each couple to create meaningful, alternative engagement rings telling their individual story. The custom-made service offers an unrivalled overall ring choosing experience so that couples can be involved in each step of the design process.

Posted: 27 May 2021

Couple gifted rare diamond ring on BBC's All That Glitters

The highly anticipated diamond episode of BBC's All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star, hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan, aired last night with a feel-good story that couldn't fail to melt the heart. During the episode a lucky couple received a very special bespoke 1ct diamond engagement ring. James and Clare, both London-based teachers who met at university, got married soon after. However, unfortunately last year their home was burgled and among other household items, Clare's treasured engagement ring was stolen - she was devastated.

Posted: 12 May 2021

Searches for dog ring bearer increases

Here at County Wedding Magazines HQ we've certainly seen many a trend come and go; but one we're thrilled looks set to stick around is.... pets at weddings! With over 7,854 posts on Instagram, the hashtag #dogringbearer is becoming increasingly popular, whilst Google data shows a 71% search increase for the term 'dog ring bearer' since lockdown began. Celebrities including Carrie Underwood, Ellen DeGeneres, and Joe Jonas have previously involved their pets on the big day, whilst UK bride-to-be, Stacey Solomon, also announced her dogs will wear suits at her upcoming wedding. But how do you train your dog to be a wedding ring bearer? Engagement ring specialists at Steven Stone teamed with Certified Animal Behaviourist, Caroline Wilkinson, from digital pet coaching service, Barketplace, to reveal everything you need to know.We covered the most popular questions including:

Posted: 19 April 2021

£2,000 jewellery giveaway from UK retailer Goldsmiths

In more positive news, the most recent announcement from the UK government has given the go-ahead for weddings to begin a slow return to normality, starting on March 8th, with the aim of lifting restrictions in full by June 21st. With light at the end of the tunnel for those looking to say "I do" in 2021, luxury UK jewellery retailer Goldsmiths was keen to help ease the financial burden of a wedding and have launched a competition to giveaway £1,000 worth of Goldsmiths' own jewellery to two lucky winners.

Posted: 8 March 2021

Hatton Garden jeweller expert tips - ring cleaning

We're all now aware of how incredibly important it is to make sure that surfaces and our hands are cleaned regularly; but that means things like engagement rings, bracelets and wedding bands all need to be properly washed without being damaged in the process. Ben Stinson, an expert from the UK's leading Hatton Garden jewellers, Diamonds Factory, has compiled a comprehensive guide to cleaning your jewellery in the times of COVID-19, with some additional information about the effects of anti-bacterial gel and washes on your jewellery.

Posted: 9 December 2020