Ruby is the most valuable variety of the corundum mineral species. They can command the highest per-carat price of any coloured stone, including Sapphire and Emerald. This makes ruby one of the most important gems in the coloured stone market, and why wouldn’t it be? Rubies are stunning.
Last week, you have have seen on our Instagram Stories, that Roseanna was in London! Well, we’re really excited to share with you that we will now be offering our jewellery design services in Greater London, with a base in South West London.
So last year we loved participating in Bakewell in Bloom so much that we are doing it again this year! What we love about Bakewell in Bloom is bringing a community together. We are very lucky to have such a lovely community feel in Bakewell and the summer months really bring out the best in…Details
In light of all our exciting travels to Buckingham Palace and all the really exciting changes happening here at Roseanna Croft Jewellery, I wanted to bring things back to the beginning and share with you why we do what we do, why we love jewellery.
I partied with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Tuesday! It was their first public appearance as the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex and it was at Prince Charles’ birthday party, no less. They attended Prince Charles’ 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration and I was honoured to have one of the limited invites! The momentous…Details
What a MAGICAL weekend! On the 19th May 2018 we saw Prince Harry, marry Meghan Markle. They are now known as Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Meghan’s official title is Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Sussex. The dress was stunning, the venue was amazing (obviously, it’s Windsor!) and the newly weds were so…Details
In light of Prince Harry marrying his Princess this weekend, I wanted to share with you how I would design Megan Markle’s wedding ring! You may have seen the Vlog we posted on the same subject last week, but if not then here’s what we did…Details
At the beginning of the year we did a ring redesign for a lady who had your typical 6 claw diamond solitaire. It was a replacement for a ring that was stolen many years ago, but she had never truly been in love with it.
If you don’t believe in miracles, then explain to me how a piece of coal becomes a diamond? Let’s talk about these sparkling miracles and how we grade and value them, by using the 4C’s.
Just before Christmas, one Friday evening, I had a wonderful couple drop by to talk about designing them some wedding rings. I love designing wedding rings because it is such a special time, there is just so much love involved.