While everyone has been cooing over pink diamonds, a less conspicuous jewellery trend has been quietly enjoying a resurgence of popularity, popping up on the fingers of everyone from Jennifer Lawrence to Prince Charles. Dating back as far as 3500 BC, signet rings have survived the rise and fall of countless jewellery fads to emerge as a timeless classic. Traditionally worn by men, the ring bore a recessed design called an intaglio, often featuring a family crest or monogram which could be dipped into hot wax and used to leave a seal on important documents. Today signets are sported by both genders, adopting a more decorative function but still retaining much of the personal significance and symbolism of the original designs.

Feb 26th 2018
Watches & Jewellery

Bvlgari Cinemagia pop up launched at Harrods

The Cinemagia pop up will feature a stunning exclusive jewellery and accessory offering, including two bags from the much-anticipated Alexander Wang x Bvlgari collection.

Hidden Gems: Secret jewellery designs

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder – but what about the beheld? Jewellery designers are creating pieces with hidden details only the wearer knows about, says Amelia Jean Jones.

Annoushka Ducas on London

Annoushka Ducas, Founder of her eponymous brand and world-renowned jeweller, explains why london will always be her home and how the city has influenced her iconic businesses

L’OCCITANE and EL&N launch the Beauty Café

Set to become a go-to beauty, wellness and gifting destination, the L’OCCITANE x EL&N Beauty Café is open now on London’s Regent Street.

Paddington Central Welcomes Its First Ever Light Installation

Paddington Central, the busy work and social hub will be turned into a hybrid environment combining the virtual and physical from 25 November until 6 January 2020.