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Since first becoming engaged to Prince Harry back in 2017, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex has become renowned the world over as an instigator of new styles. Brands such as Dior, Shaun Leane and Aquazzura have each seen a number of their statement pieces worn...
For a number of years, the MotoGP watch collection from Tissot has been one of the mainstays of this historic Swiss brand, focusing on motorcycling traditions and riders alike to create a range of watches that have been heavily sought after by enthusiasts the world over.
As one of the most unique jewellery brands within the Steffans range, ChloBo has, and always will be known for their originality and the diversity of their products. As a jewellery brand that is loved by Steffan’s clients and celebrities alike, ChloBo has developed a reputation for creating quirky yet elegant designs that represent the freedom of global travel and the spirit of adventure.
Discover how the design innovators at Gucci have once again pushed the boundaries of contemporary jewellery design with the NEW G Gube Collection.
As one of the most hotly anticipated motor racing events of the year, the 2019 MotoGP British Grand Prix represents a weekend of racing that is sure to live long in the memory. Taking place at the home of motorsport at Northamptonshire’s prestigious Silverstone circuit...
The newest arrival to our watch collection is sure to catch your eye
When choosing wedding bands and engagement rings, there are many features to consider. For engagement rings, the most striking aspect may be your carefully chosen, high quality stone. The metal you choose for your rings can make stones appear larger or smaller, as well as determining how much care and maintenance your jewellery will need over time. Your lifestyle and profession may affect how frequently you will need to clean and repair your rings but choosing the right precious metal for bands can greatly ease the level of effort needed.
Put simply, when discussing the movement of a specific watch, one is referring to what makes a watch tick. Like anything else that moves, watches require energy to rotate the hands across the face of the dial at the perfect speed. Some watches are run mechanically and require physical movement or winding to charge this energy, while others are electric and are powered by batteries. The three main types of watch movement are electronic, manual, and automatic.