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Cufflinks have been know since the 17th century, although it wasn't until the mid 19th century with the changes in men's fashion that they became popular with the men of the middle and upper classes. Mainly due to necessity as the shirts of the day were heavily starched and a simple button would not hold the stiffened fabric together.  Although at this time cufflinks were generally simple gold or silver designs, the Prince of Wales ( Edward VII) sported colourful Faberge cufflinks which sparked a trend for cufflinks in any conceivable combination of metal, enamel, precious stones and paste.  This trend lasted well...

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Pave diamond bangle, Pave diamond earrings, Pave diamond pendant, Pave diamond ring -

Like a million twinkling stars, pave diamond setting makes jewellery stand out. Pavé from the French word for paved or cobblestone, uses a technique where small diamonds are set very close together covering a surface, just like paving. The diamonds are held in place by small beads or 'grains'  created from the metal around which the stone sits. The effect is dazzling and works in two ways- one to give the jeweller the ability to create very fluid and interesting designs as well as being able to create a piece of jewellery with huge impact, using small stones and therefore keeping costs down....

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Engagement rings, Handmade diamond jewellery, Handmade jewellery Melbourne -

The beauty of handmade jewellery is in the way it feels in your hand. Unlike mass produced cast jewellery, a handmade piece has a beautiful weight

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Diamond bracelets, Diamond bracelets Melbourne, Line bracelets -

Line bracelets are a staple of a ladies jewellery wardrobe.  These sinuous lines of diamonds or colour stones drape beautifully around the wrist and work well by themselves or with a wrist watch or in combinations of other bracelets. Perfect with jeans or an evening gown.

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diamond rings, diamonds, remodelling diamond rings, remodelling jewellery -

Jewellery is a perfect medium for upcycling and remodelling. Diamonds and stones don't loose there lustre.

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