Category: Wedding Jewellery
The Victorian era, when Queen Victoria ruled from 1837-1901, was considered a golden era for jewellery. With a love of precious jewels and impeccable style for her time, Queen Victoria set trends and created an appreciation and understanding for the finest handcrafted jewellery.
When customising a wedding ring there can be many choices to make, from the metal to the diamond shape or colour of gemstone. But one of the final questions our jewellers at Larsen Jewellery will ask you when finalising your wedding ring
Wedding ring shopping is not at the top of every guys list of fun things to do. Let’s be honest there are other ways most men would prefer to spend their Saturday. The process of choosing a wedding ring can be quite daunting, particularly those who have never worn finger jewellery before.
We are well into December which means festive season is upon on. The days have passed quickly and now before you knew it the weekend before Christmas has arrived and, for some, the inevitable has happened
Wedding jewellery is for some the after thought or the other extreme considered too prematurely. Basically, it is not often enough that the bride will give the consideration deserved when choosing the jewellery she will wear on her wedding day. It is
Cufflinks evolved in the 1700s when men began wearing metal buttons that were connected with a chain to hold their cuffs together. Prior to this men would tie their cuffs with string or ribbon. As the designs of cufflinks evolved they became a popula
Tennis Bracelets are an elegant diamond bracelet. Timeless in style and a beautiful present. A perfect surprise wedding gift for your bride to be!You may be wondering what relation this style of bracelet has to tennis! The name came about when world
Planning your wedding can be stressful and one way to simplify your to-do list is to purchase all of your bridal jewellery together at Larsen Jewellery in Sydney or Melbourne. Not only will this save time, you will also have the opportunity to have y