It’s that time of the year again! We are delighted to welcome new lines to our designer brands 😍 Swarovski & Thomas Sabo have both welcomed new jewellery pieces to their collections in preparation for Spring 2020 and we are excited to bring you some of their stunning pieces to John Greed.
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Gifting personalised items to the ones you love allows you to capture a piece of their personality on something sentimental. With personalised gifts shaping the way items are gifted in 2020, we have introduced a range of new and exciting Valentine’s dayengravings that are guaranteed to make your partner’s heart melt.
We are delighted to unveil our brand-new Valentine’s Day page, where art deco meets modern day. Inspired by the 2014 film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, our Valentine’s aesthetic is guaranteed to take you on a journey into romance to find the perfect gift for your loved one. From Nomination & Thomas Sabo to our own John Greed collections, we have a selection of stunning gifts from all your favourite designer jewellery brands.
Personalising a gift is the perfect way of showing someone just how much you care about them. It’s about taking the time to make something truly unique that’s a little bit of you just for them. Because jewellery is personal and we all have strong emotional attachments to our favourite pieces, this makes it the perfect gift for a friend, family member or partner.
Personalising jewellery often means engraving it, which is why here at John Greed Jewellery we pride ourselves in creating bespoke, engraved gifts whatever the occasion. Whether it’s a birthday, graduation or Mother’s day, we can create that special gift for you that says all the right things.
This week on Facebook we invited questions from our followers to ask directly to John Greed. As it happens, we had so many questions we did in fact have to get the whole team answering them! Here are the top 10 questions this week:
Winning question – Why is a carat called a carat?
A Carat is now the standard unit of weight for precious stones. It is equal to 200mg. It originally came from using Carob seeds to weigh stones which wasn’t very accurate as all seeds vary in weight from one another for a given species. I imagine everyone had their “buying” and “selling” set of seeds!