Monday, 4 July 2016

Birthstone Jewellery with Gemporia


It's not often that I would ever choose to splash out on jewellery. I'm usually quite happy with seeing whatever New Look or Primark has to offer and that's that. Only recently have I discovered the world of let's say, luxury jewellery. The pieces you want to pay a little more for because they are so darn beautiful.

The ever so lovely team at Gemporia reached out to me in order to discuss a collaboration. As a brand I had seen popping up here and there, I knew they would offer jewellery that was right up my street. Turns out I was correct. Whilst scrolling through the website, I was spoilt for choice. Instantly. I knew I wanted a piece that featured an emerald as 1) They are a brand which specialises in gemstone jewellery and 2) I don't actually own anything that symbolises my birthstone - fellow May babies, what's up?!



Luckily for me, I was able to select a second piece for which I chose a stunning 0.18ct Bengal Iolite Sterling Silver ring. As soon as I set my eyes upon it, it was love at first sight. The way the stone twinkles in the sun is beautiful and it has slotted into my forever growing collection of rings very nicely. Gemporia also have a really useful app available to help you decide what size to get, I can happily vouch that the sizings are accurate!

As for the bracelet, well what can I say? The only other "fancy" bracelet I own is my Pandora Rose Gold one, meaning my wrists can look a bit bare when my hands are full of rings. I opted for the 0.48ct Emerald Sterling Silver Dot bracelet as it appeared so delicate and sweet. Although the clasp is a bit of an inconvenient size (it took me roughly 30 mins to put it on just for this photo), make sure you have someone available to fasten it for you - the paperclip trick doesn't work. 

I thought as a bit of a different way to round off this post, I'd create a small wish list featuring items that I already have my eye on from Gemporia. Seriously, their website is lethal - you'll want everything.
Shop this wish list:
1. Tanzanite Pendant Necklace // £49.99
2. Opal Ring with Diamond // £42.99
3. Milano Flower Charm // £21.99
4. Topaz Sterling Silver Pendant // £37.00
5. Sterling Silver Bracelet // £21.00

Have you had a peek at Gemporia? What pieces do you like the look of?

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*This post contains gifted items, all opinions are my own.
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12 comments

  1. That ring is so pretty I love birthstone jewellery!

    Ella xx
    www.inellaselement.co.uk

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  2. never heard of this brand before but i really love jewellery with my birthstone in, makes it a little bit more personal!

    Hannah at Hannah Venables / A CREATIVE LIFESTYLE BLOG

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    1. Absolutely agree. I can't believe I didn't own anything containing an emerald before, but now I do hehe. x

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  3. I love Gemporia and that ring is SO pretty! I love these sorts of price ranges where they're good quality (proper silver etc) but aren't like Pandora prices.

    Robyn xo

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    1. Pandora can be SO pricey, I feel like Gemporia has a wider selection of pieces too. Nothing looks the same! x

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  4. These are such pretty pieces! I really love the cactus jewellery holder too - it's SO cute! xxx

    Sam // What I Know Now

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    1. I'm so obsessed with that cactus, don't even get me started! x

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  5. I love birthstone jewellery. I wish mine was ruby instead of emerald though :/
    Angie | Chocolate & Lipstick | Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Oh really? I'm quite a fan of emerald nowadays haha! x

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  6. Ooh, they're so pretty! I don't really have any nice pieces of jewellery... Something I always forget about to be honest! Really love these though.

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    1. I was never really a jewellery person until I started blogging funnily enough! Now I can't stop buying Pandora haha! x

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