Aquamarine – The Birthstone of March

The name “Aquamarine” derives from the Latin expression for seawater. Aquamarine is believed to keep the wearer healthy and free of diseases. It signifies wisdom, serenity and relaxation and promotes honesty, loyalty and good health. Aquamarine comes in blue and green-blue colour and in ancient times was known as the sailors’ lucky stone.  This beautiful dress ring is in the … Continue reading

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August Birthstone – Peridot

August Birthstone – Peridot For those of you who live in the beautiful town of St Albans,the earliest recorded use of the gemstone Peridot in England is in the register of the St Albans Abbey, written in Latin, and its translation in 1705 is possibly the first use of “peridot” in English. It records that on his death in 1245 Bishop … Continue reading

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Children’s Writing Competition – ‘WIN’ a Lorus watch in a football or flower design

We are a community based family run Jewellers; we have been serving the locality for 53 years. See the below time related writing competition poster for children in the community. We have many parents attending the shop in search of their child’s first watch and this prompted us to offer this fun competition. We thought it would be a nice … Continue reading

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