Choosing the right Engagement ring for your budget

Buying an engagement ring can be a tricky business. There is no right or wrong way to do it, but the important thing is to remember is that the ring will be on your finger for many years to come, so it’s worth taking your time over it. With the right information and tools at hand, it doesn’t have to be stressful or overwhelming.

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You may have the option to change it if you think you might get it wrong !

Check out this article to see how to get the best ring possible without breaking the bank.

http://www.money.co.uk/article/1007765-how-to-get-the-best-engagement -ring-for-your-budget.htm

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The Honours of Scotland – The Scottish Crown Jewels

The Honours of Scotland are the oldest regalia in the British Isles.

The crown, the sword and sceptre date from the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century, during the reigns of James IV and James V, the grandfather and father of Mary Queen of Scots.

The Honours of Scotland were first used together for the coronation of Mary Queen of Scots in 1543 and are now on permanent public display at Edinburgh Castle.

http://www.edinburghcastle.gov.uk/explore-the-castle/highlights/the-crown-jewels

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The Victoria and Albert Museum Jewellery Collection

The V&A has one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of jewellery in the world. The jewellery collection, contains over 6000 items and includes works dating from Ancient Egypt to the present day, as well as jewellery designs on paper.

The museum owns pieces by renowned jewellers Cartier, Jean Schlumberger, Peter Carl Fabergé, Hemmerle and Lalique. Other items in the collection include diamond dress ornaments made for Catherine the Great, bracelet clasps once belonging to Marie Antoinette, and the Beauharnais emerald necklace presented by Napoleon to his adopted daughter Hortense de Beauharnais in 1806.

The museum also collects international modern jewellery by designers such as Gijs Bakker, Onno Boekhoudt, Peter Chang, Gerda Flockinger, Lucy Sarneel, Dorothea Prühl and Wendy Ramshaw.

Learn more about the Museum’s exquisite collection here: http://www.vam.ac.uk/page/j/jewellery/

The unique and colourful art of Léa Stein

Born in Paris in 1931, Léa Stein is an artist and accessories maker, known for her compressed plastic buttons, brooches and bracelets.

Read more about this innovative designer of plastic jewellery:

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Images courtesy of Kitty Kat Accessories: http://www.kitty-kat.co.uk/