Get The Look – Casual Style

Here is a little cosy causal inspiration to get you through this miserable weather! Below is everything you need to achieve that look.

Cardigan:

H&M Mole Coloured Knitted Cardigan

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€22.99

Top:

Only White Solid Sleeveless Top

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€16.99

Shoes:

Penny’s Animal Print Pumps

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€8.00 (£6)

Jeans:

River Island Dark Blue Molly Jeggings

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€50.00

Pendant:

MiMoneda Chain & Pendant

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Bag:

River Island Tan Panel Bowler Bag

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€55.00

Watch:

Rosefield Gramercy Gold & Tan Leather Watch

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€89.95

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Rocks Jewellers has 2 stores in Dublin – Grafton Street & Stillorgan Village Shopping Centre. We have been in business over 40 years supplying the top jewellery and watch brands and creating handmade diamond jewellery too.

Our in house capabilities mean that we can create whatever your heart desires from bespoke Engagement Rings to Engraved Cufflinks. Our watchmakers can turn their hand to delicate repairs and simple battery replacements.

Take a look through all we have to offer www.rocks.ie

 

Picking Your Precious Metal – 18k Yellow Gold

18YG metal

Pure yellow gold is extremely soft, it is too soft to be used in jewellery on its own, therefore, it is combined with copper, zinc and nickel to make it stronger and harder-wearing.
Gold is also one of the most malleable of all the metals, which means that it is perfect for crafting into interesting designs without putting too much stress on the metal.
Pure gold is referred to as 24K gold. Much of our jewellery collection is manufactured from 18K gold which is 75% gold and 25% metal alloys. 14K gold is made up of 58.3% gold and 41.7% other metals to give it extra strength.

Yellow gold is available in different tones and the exact yellow hue depends on the type of metal alloys and the percentage of each alloy being used. Pure gold is a rich, shining yellow. 18K gold is also an intense yellow, 14K gold may be a little muted in tone compared to 18K or 24K. This is due to the to the higher percentages of metal alloys diluting the brilliant gold colour.

 

Keep an eye out for our next blog!

And for that all important engagement ring or gift, take a look at our Jewellery Collections

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