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South Africa Jewellers

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Grand Diamonds

Western Cape ***** 5 Reviews

At Grand Diamonds, we pride ourselves on making jewellery perfectly suited to our clients’ individual needs. We understand that your wedding ring in particular and other wedding jewellery

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Oh My Woodness


We're a North-West based company specializing in hand crafted African wooden jewellery, kitchen utensils and home decòr. All our jewellery pieces are hand crafted over many hours and each

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VA Tungsten

Kwazulu Natal

Derived from the Swedish words: “Tung” and “Sten” meaning “Heavy Stone”, Tungsten carbide rings are the only jewelery rings with a metal that can promise a permanence in polish

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Jewellers in South Africa

Like frosting on a wedding cake, wedding jewellery puts the finishing touch and sparkle on the bridal ensemble. Generally speaking, South African jewellers are renowned for their magnificent use of metals and gems, playing in the same league as some of the top international designers and craftsmen. While most jewellery designers in this section are known for their use of ethically sourced stones, it's always worth enquiring just to give yourself that added peace of mind.

When selecting your wedding jewellery, or rather the pièce de résistance of your bridal ensemble, opt for quality pieces that you'll be able to wear again and again. What's more, allow your jewellery designer the privilege of getting to know you on a more personal level, so that he or she can provide you with input as to which piece suits your individual personality and style.

Nostalgia and heritage will never go out of fashion, and nowadays jewellery designers have all the means and skills required to revitalise and restore hand-me-downs and family heirlooms. Whether it's creating a brand new piece out of your grandmother's outdated gold wedding jewellery, or turning a priceless broach into a necklace that fits the style of your dress, the possibilities are endless.

As a rule of thumb, your wedding jewellery should be of the same metal variety – for instance gold, silver or platinum – to keep the pieces from clashing in a way that draws attention away from your bridal beauty. For more tips and insights, get in touch with one of the designers in the list below and prepare to be mesmerised by custom made wedding jewellery in every shape, colour and size imaginable.