Sex(Sapphire.Emerald. X-Factor)

Sapphire.Emerald’s are gemstone that are breathtaking, irresistible and striking.

Think Love. Think Romance. Think Sapphire and Emerald’s

Sapphire derive its is name from the  Greek word meaning “blue. Sapphire is the birthstone for September. Sapphire is known to come in blue colour but but it comes in all colors except red. The world’s most famous engagement ring was that of Kate Middleton’s and Princess Diana’s sapphire ring.

sapphireduchess-of-cambridge ring

Emerald is the birthstone of May and a perfect choice for wedding anniversaries.  Emerald comes in lustrous green colour. Emerald’s name  comes from the ancient Greek word for green, “smaragdus.”

Atocha Emerald Cross.


Photo Credit: Robert Weldon

About Author

Nike Ademuyiwa, a member of the National Association of Jewellers  Association, is a jewellery expert with many years of experience in the jewellery industry. She is the creative director of Tink Jewellery a brand which tells people’s personal story either of love, life and style into the art of jewellery creation.

Top five tips on how to start a jewellery business

I remember when I started my jewellery business and how difficult it was with no formal qualifications In the jewellery trade or friends that were experience in the field. I have learnt through my experiences  in the jewellery industry in the UK for many years. 

The below tips is to support you if you love diamonds, gemstones, fashion beads or experimental jewellery and you are thinking about starting your business. 


(1) To start any jewellery business you need to have a passion because when you start you might not make any  money and your passion will sustain you through hard times. 

(2) it’s worth learning either by going back to college, university, adult course, one off courses, reading through books or audiobooks or e-books. Learning helps you to net work with people of likes minds, learn a new technique, get support and learn to be an expert in your field. It is important to know what area you want to specialise in for example, designer market, jewellery  buyer, diamonds setters  or gemstone buyers, diamond grader, e.t.c

(3) Join a jewellery association like British Jeweller Association or Craft Central. This will help you with marketing tools, trade shows, copy right schemes, mentoring and events in the jewellery industry.

(4)  Start small but think big. For example, getting friends to help design your website, getting friends to sponsor your collection instead of getting a loan(I’m not really keen on starting a business with loans especially because the jewellery business is saturated  and you might not make money as you might expect). 

(5) Identify your unique selling points.  It is important to know what is unique about your brand and tell your story through branding. 

Motivation tools to remember

  • Vision is the end results before you sell it(Sell your vision to your self first);
  • All things are possible just start small;
  • Plaining is not the same as doing. You need to plan and take actions(Don’t just dream)and
  • Surround yourself with reasons why you want to be successful.

About Author

Nike Ademuyiwa, a member of the British Jeweller Association, is a jewellery expert with many years of experience in the jewellery industry. She is the creative director of Tink Jewellery a brand which tells people’s personal story either of love, life and style into the art of jewellery creation.

How to wear your diamonds(Diamonds)

A black silk  gown, red lipsstick,  a red nail vanish and diamonds earrings with necklace is the perfect sexy look for a romantic dinner.  Wear yours with plenty of attitude!


Loose diamond can be use to customise  a triangular inspired earrings.











Written by Nike Ademuyiwa


Gemstone v Diamond

Penelope Cruz














Gemstones are becoming more popular and cheaper than Diamond. Celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Penelope Cruz  wear  gemstones though they can afford diamonds.Gemstones are  colourful, however, some women still prefer  a Diamond ring. Do you prefer Gemstone or Diamond for your engagement ring?

The  Duchess of Cambridge  inherited Princess Diana mothers’ beautiful sapphire and diamond engagement  ring.



Beyoncé engagement ring


Destined to sparkle like a Diamond but i

walk in the shadow of darkness

in a  deserted mining site waiting to be found.

Destined to be laced with the carat of love but got

feather inclusion from within.


Destined to be flawless like an irresistible allure diamond

but never made it through the shelve.

Destined to withstand heat in the midst of other

gemstone but never get the right temperature.

Destined to be a diamond but saddened by the sudden crack.

My tear drops form into diamonds.

Destined to be an astonishing beauty.

Destined to be a Diamond.

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Fancy Colour Diamond/Valentine Most Have

Bespoke Fancy Colour Diamond ring or pendant is the perfect gift  to express your love this valentine. Fancy Colour Diamonds are extremely rare  and represent  a symbol of pure beauty like the rising of the sun.

Tiwa Savage Nigerian singer-songwriter who is currently signed to Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Mavin Records got engaged with a yellow fancy diamond.

fancy diamond




Diamonds(Shine bright like a diamond)

Diamonds are expensive because they’re rare and costly to mine.Diamond are made of carbon and has an icy appeal.“A Diamond is Forever” because of  its Durability which consists of three properties: • Hardness • Toughness  and Stability.

Shine like a diamond like Rihanna.


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