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Services Richard Trusselle Jewellers Offers

Services Richard Trusselle Jewellers Offers

Jewellery Repairs We specialize in all types of jewellery repairs, and re-modelling of your existing jewellery. We understand how important jewellery is to individuals and families. Our team will treat you and your jewellery with the respect that it deserves.We also undertake jewellery cleaning work.Contact us today to get a free estimate…

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New Additions To The Vintage Inspired Rings Collection

New Additions To The Vintage Inspired Rings Collection

We can now offer you some unsual Art Deco designs to beautiful clusters set in 9ct yellow or white gold, from Swiss Blue Topaz to Amethyst, Sapphire, Opal & more.....

Vintage Inspired Rings

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Gold Gemstone Pendants

Gold Gemstone Pendants

We have a great new selection of Just Gemstone pendants set in 9ct, 18ct, white, yellow and rose gold

From rubies to garnets, peridots, citrine, aquamarine, amethsyt, morganite and more.....


Gemstone Gold Pendants

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Vintage Inspired Gold Jewellery

Vintage Inspired Gold Jewellery

Vintage Inspired Jewellery


We sell a beautiful selection of Fine Vintage Inspired, featuring yellow, rose and white gold as we predominant in bygone times. 


Take a look

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Valentines Day Lovers <3

Valentines Day Lovers <3

THE RUBY IS A SYMBOL OF LOVE 

Rubies are scarcer in nature than any other precious stone, except for diamonds. Rubies have always been hugely valuable. Precious treasure including rubies, emeralds, sapphires and diamonds features in several legends or fairy tales. These were the traditional "four gems" because of their hardness, appearance and scarcity.

The History of rubies as valuable precious stones

Many ancient civilisations acknowledge and value the beauty of rubies as a gemstones. 
According to ancient writings, those gemstones were mined in Burma.


There are, for example, pinkish, deep red or brown-red rubies. The really deep red rubies (pigeon's blood rubies) are the most valuable. One of the most sought-after gemstones is the ruby. However, the subtle elegant pink sapphire comes from the same mineral called corundum. The major difference between these two stones is their color. 


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The Rainbow Collection

The Rainbow Collection

Introducing our latest collection 

The RAINBOCollection

With beautiful sterling silver and multi coloured cubic zirconia pieces of jewellery made in lovely unusual designs 

Have a peak 

The Rainbow Collection

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Five Interesting Facts You Probably Didnt About Opals

Five Interesting Facts You Probably Didnt About Opals

1. The value of each individual opal differs greatly depending on the unique qualities of the opal. There are many determining factors, including body tone, play of colour, colours present, brilliance, pattern, and size.


2. Opal is softer than most other gemstones. Because of that opal is best suited for use in earrings, brooches and other pieces of jewelry that rarely encounter scuffs and impacts. When used in a ring, the best designs have a bezel that fully protects the stone. 


3.The "Andamooka Opal" or the "Queens Opal" was a gift for Queen Elizabeth II in honor of her royal visit to Australia in 1954. This can be viewed in Buckingham Palace's collection of the crown jewels. 


4. All opal in Australia is found around the edges of the Ancient Inland Sea.


5. The beautiful opal is formed from rain. There is some conjecture on  how exactly this precious gemstone forms,, but many believe it is formed when water from rain seeps down into crevasses in the rock. Once the water evaporates, the silica that is left behind dries out and hardens into precious opal.

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Pearl Collection

Pearl Collection


From a grain of sand

In the pearl comes..

See our beautiful range of Freshwater, Cultured and Akoya Pearls

Pearls

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