By Roo Doble
Get your perfect vintage watch fix with this Omega Speedmaster, executed as part of a ‘moon’ series in the 1960s.
by Elizabeth Wickson, Manager, Doble Jewellers, Exeter
This month we remodelled a beautiful diamond wedding ring for a gentleman who brought in his mother’s treasured ring that was too small and had broken settings.
Blog by Elizabeth Wickson, Manager, Doble Jewellers Exeter
Pearls never date. They are a timeless vintage gem from the largest single drop pearl sitting boldly on the neckline of Queen Mary Tudor, to long rows of them slung several times round the shoulders of 1920s flappers, they never cease to appeal. Every generation reinvents them.
By Michala Heaton, Sales & Jewellery Consultant and In-house Designer
Fob watches, also known as pocket watches, aren’t smart (they won’t measure your steps or your heart rate), but the heaviness of the watch and the vintage feel of the keychain to accompany it, seal it as the go to watch for special occasion dressing.
By Roo Doble
With the clock counting down to the opening of our specialist men’s watch room at our Exeter store on 10 July 2018, I have been busy sourcing key antique time pieces to sell.
Blog by Elizabeth Wickson, Manager, Doble Jewellers, Exeter
“The pearl is the queen of gems and the gem of queens.”
We know that the pearl is a timeless gem that symbolises classical elegance, so we were delighted to have recently designed and created a beautiful 3 row pearl bracelet as a bespoke present for a customer in Exeter.
Quite a popular trend amongst jewellers now is upcycling and remodelling older pieces of jewellery into something quite new and fresh.
Art Deco – 1920s Glamour Returns
This month we are looking at one of this year’s hottest jewellery trends – the resurgence of Art Deco jewellery pieces. Art Deco takes its name from the Arts Decoratif exhibition in Paris, France in 1925 and is synonymous with bold lines, dynamic geometry and delicacy of curve.