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The Jon Dibben Gemstone Gift Guide

Posted by Hannah - 26 November 2020

Welcome to our edit of fine gemstones. All these stones are available and presented in an elegant display box, and so you will still have something impressive to wrap up.

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Jon Dibben Gift Guide 2020

Posted by Hannah - 11 November 2020

Welcome to the Jon Dibben 2020 gift guide. We all need something positive to focus on at the moment, and we hope that the pieces below will help add some beauty and sparkle to your day! All pieces are here to buy at the time of writing. As you can imagine, this list is not exhaustive – please contact us if any of the pieces below have peaked your interest. We can always let you know what else we have, or could make bespoke for you. We can make most of these designs with your choice of stone or metal - some of which might be possible before Christmas.

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Tanzanite for December

Posted by Hannah - 01 November 2017

December has three stones (just spoilt!) - zircon, turquoise and our favourite, tanzanite!

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Aquamarine for March

Posted by Hannah - 17 January 2017

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Amethyst for February

Posted by Hannah - 17 January 2017

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Garnet for January

Posted by Hannah - 03 January 2017

If you’re born in January (like me) you're lucky enough to have garnet as your birthstone. It’s a semi-precious gem and on the Mohs hardness scale it measures 7 - 7 1/2. So unfortunately it's not quite hard enough for everyday wear, but still beautiful and treasured and excellent for occasional or coktail rings!

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The Gold Grasspod pendant

Posted by Hannah - 16 December 2016

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Our Christmas Opening hours!

Posted by Hannah - 15 December 2016

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Topaz and citrine for November

Posted by Hannah - 01 November 2016

November also has two birthstones, (lucky November!) Citrine and Topaz.

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Tourmaline for October

Posted by Hannah - 01 October 2016

Technically October has two birthstones Opal and Tourmaline but we’ll be mainly focusing on the Tourmaline. Tourmalines are classed as semi-precious and measure 7 ½ on the mohs hardness scale (so not ideal for everyday wear). Tourmalines come in a myriad of different colours and can also be bi-coloured like Watermelon tourmaline (green and pink).

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