31 Oct 10 Best Christmas Diamond Jewellery Gifts Every Girl Loves
Here is our Top 10 Best Christmas Jewellery Gifts List! Based on our best selling and top reviewed items, we’ve listed our most popular 2017 Christmas gift jewellery.
1. Gorgeous Birthstone Earrings, £125
2. Sparkling Diamond Eternity Ring, £779
An eternity ring is the ultimate statement of love. Usually given on special occasions, it’s guaranteed to make her Christmas memorable and romantic.
3. Beautiful Heart Necklace, £485
A heart necklace is another timeless jewellery classic. And better yet when handcrafted with diamonds. (View our full range of heart necklaces from only £149!)
4. Diamond Initial Pendants, from £105
These necklaces are a beautiful jewellery gift. It doesn’t have to bear the owner’s initial – it could also represent a loved one’s name, such as a child, partner or mother.
5. Diamond Silver Bracelet, £409
This is another jewellery classic. It’s an effortless accessory she can wear with anything from a little black dress to casual chic.
6. Diamond Studs, £249
You cannot go wrong with diamond stud gift earrings! They’re timeless, simple, elegant, go with any outfit and made with real diamonds.
6. Pink Sapphire Ring, £205
Pink sapphire is a great gift for gemstone lovers and those who adore colour in their jewellery –set in white gold with diamonds this ring has amazing sparkle.
8. Blue Topaz Pendant, £109
Brazilian blue topaz is one of the most clear, sparkling gemstones. It’s a beautiful addition to any jewellery collection.
9. Emerald Earrings, £205
Green emeralds symbolise new beginnings, health and wealth. What better notion for a gift at Christmas time when the year’s about to change? This is our most popular pair.
10. Ruby Bracelet, £505
Red rubies… the romantic gemstone that symbolises love and Christmas! Add sparkle and colour to her holidays with this timeless piece – or shop our ruby necklaces from only £155.
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All prices quoted correctly on 31st October 2017, but are subject to change at any time.