We are always saying that we are “purveyors of happiness”; that being in the jewellery business is one of the most rewarding and joyful things anybody could do. We help people create and celebrate moments and our competition was designed to celebrate the act of “proposing” by rewarding a couple with wedding rings that will help ensure their ceremony is that little bit more memorable and joyful. …more »
Everyone who knows my husband Robert remotely well, knows he appreciates chocolate. In fact that’s an understatement…to say Rob “appreciates” chocolates is like saying the Pope has a ‘passing interest’ in religion. My hubby loves chocolate! And with Easter fast approaching, it made me wonder exactly what it is about chocolate that makes him so happy? …more »
Love doesn’t just ‘happen’. It requires effort. It is a choice. A choice you make continuously to your partner and those you love that tells them through word, action and/or deed, that you revere, cherish and acknowledge them. It lets them know that they are very important to you. …more »
Wedding rings aren’t merely a symbol of ‘commitment’. They’re far more interesting than that!
The history of the wedding ring is fascinating and it shows us, across great geographic span and diverse cultural boundaries, that we want to “celebrate” our love. And whilst being loved, and loving another, we further want to be acknowledged and recognised for it.
The wedding ring itself is draped in symbolism. …more »
A number of significant things happened thirty years ago. Apple released its first personal computer, Prince Harry was born, and Sir Elton John got married….to a woman! But to all of us at RCMJ, the most important event to occur all those years ago, yes even more than the invention of ‘Tetris’ and the marriage […] …more »
TOP JEWELLERY GIFTS FOR WOMEN Diamond Earrings – always a beautiful gift, ready for any occasion. Generally, the hero of the style is a central Diamond or a cluster for the big effect if on a budget. Drop Earrings are for the elegant look (perhaps after 5) with Stud Earrings generally being worn more consistently, […] …more »
Australia’s modern pearling industry began with a fleet of abandoned pearl luggers on a beach in Darwin! In the early l950’s the invention of plastic was crippling the booming trade of mother-of-pearl fishing for the production of buttons, buckles and cutler. Back then, the pearl itself, the lustrous orb so rarely found inside the shells […] …more »