Pop out, diamond rings are the perfect adornment for any hand.
We now have these super sweet rings available in our online shop.
Each paper ring simply folds from flat to form to create an eye-catching piece of geometric jewellery. Makes a great stocking filler or party favour gift for all ages. The ring comes with a C5 pearlescent envelope.
Made in the UK, printed on GF Smith iridescent paperboard
Three colours to choose from:
Red: "Big girls need big diamonds" - Elizabeth Taylor
Purple: 'Shine bright like a diamond'
Pastel: ''True friends are like diamond; bright, beautiful and precious''
Our newest jewellery collection has arrived! Grab a piece of kaleidoscopic colour and never let Summer fade.
A sneak peek from our very first photoshoot last week. If you popped to IJL at the weekend no doubt you saw our new kaleidoscopic collection HotRocks.
Our kaleidoscopic collection has been selected for the IJL trend alert Chase The Rainbow!
We won Editor's Choice Award for Technical Trailblazer!
A round up of our latest series of gemstone round table events with lots of gemmy photos!
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About 6 years ago I, like Alice, fell down a rabbit hole and into a completely new world of lily-pads, horsetails, zebra-stripes, rain and silk. This kaleidoscopic universe is what you find inside gemstones. You can peek through the keyhole with a loupe but what you really need is a microscope to see any detail.
Being half American is very dear to me especially when that ties me to Virginia, where my Mother was born in Lynchburg. I've always felt at home there especially as an escape from the frenetic pace of London so you couldn't have a better location for an artistic retreat. At the end of a long winding driveway, tucked amongst lush woodland with the Blue Ridge Mountains on the horizon you'll find the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA). Since I've been collaborating with them on an auction lot to raise funds during their Fête Champêtre on Saturday April 29th 2017, I was delighted to have the chance to look round their grounds, hear how things are run and even meet a couple of their residents last time I was in town.