The Traditional Month of Love

February is, of course, traditionally the month of love! Valentine’s Day is on 14th but 2020 is also a Leap Year which means we have an extra day on 29th when tradition states that a lady can propose to a gentleman!

Will He or Should She

Have you seen our Will He/ Should She videos on social media? You can find out whether it’s him or her who proposes!

https://www.forumjewellers.co.uk/will-he-should-she/

If you’re thinking of proposing or even just buying something for the one you love, we’re giving you the gift of 10% off any purchase made in store on Saturday 8th February* when you quote “Valentines” at the till.

We have a stunning range of engagement rings including the exquisite Royal Asscher diamonds (see below) and our friendly and helpful team are here ready to help you find the ring of your dreams.

Shop here for engagement rings https://www.forumjewellers.co.uk/engagement-rings-online/

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Royal Asscher Diamonds at Forum Jewellers

Dutch diamond company, Royal Asscher, are world-renowned for their unique cuts. In 1907, Joseph Asscher cut the Cullinan diamond, the largest in the world, into the gems we recognise today set in the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross and Imperial Crown, amongst other pieces. He also cut the famous gem known as the Taylor-Burton Diamond which Richard Burton bought for Elizabeth Taylor.

Forum Jewellers are excited to be the only independent jeweller in the region to be able to offer customers the unique experience of designing their own engagement ring, selecting their favourite cut of Royal Asscher diamond and then choosing the perfect setting in either yellow, white or rose gold, or platinum for a bespoke engagement ring to last a lifetime.

https://www.forumjewellers.co.uk/product-category/forum-brands/royal-asscher/

The Birthstone for February is Amethyst

Amethyst has a long and interesting history. Thought to symbolise royalty with its purple hue, this quartz stone does have many other colours and can be sourced from many areas of the world. From modern Russia to the ancient Greeks & Romans, this gemstone has tons of symbolism for every culture.

Click here to browse Amethyst Jewellery

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