Ambassador Oli Lawrence, horseman extraordinaire, sporting our Harlequin enamel cufflinks and leather wrist-wear at a formal dinner in Cambridge.
For Lapponia, 2013 marks iconic designer Björn Weckström’s 50th anniversary as the design brand’s creative muse.
To mark this wonderful occasion, the Finnish jewellery house is issuing the ‘Back to the Future’ collection of pieces originally designed by Björn in the 1960s. He was inspired by science fiction fantasy and space exploration in the decade which saw a man walk on the moon for the first time ever.
We scour fashion and trade shows, cities, streets and tiny workshops for great, new looks for our loyal customers and Facebook friends.
We’ve been hot at it and think we’ve wrapped up a real find this season – the luxury, leather, wrap-around bracelet.
The romantic connotations of the eternity ring are in endless. At Catherine Jones of Cambridge we sell these beautiful bands for innumerable occasions and it’s always a pleasure to find…
Well it’s that time of year again, as the Oscars of the Jewellery Industry; the UK Jewellery Awards, are back in town! This year the awards are being held at…
We interview award winning jewellery designer, Andrew Geoghegan on using rubies in his work and why Catherine Jones customers love his design. Catherine Jones absolutely love your fantastic Ruby Reveal ring –…
Catherine Jones Jewellery would like to congratulate our dear friend Fei Liu for being selected as one of this year’s elite “Hot 100” by the industry-defining Professional Jeweller magazine.
Look at what our lovely friend Sarah has just gone and done! Sarah Jordan has been a supplier of Catherine Jones Jewellery for most of the 25 years she’s been making her lithe and luxurious jewellery.
The British Jewellers’ Association is running a competition to make a brooch for the Queen to comemorate her Diamond Jubilee and also to mark the 125th anniversary of the BJA….
The British Jewellers’ Association is running a competition to make a brooch for the Queen to comemorate her Diamond Jubilee and also to mark the 125th anniversary of the BJA.