Gemporia jewellery review

When it comes to jewellery, I have to say I'm a bit of a magpie. I love statement pieces, but often opt for cheaper costume jewellery as the real deal is usually pretty expensive. I was recently introduced to Gemporia - a website dedicated to jewellery made with all kinds of gemstones, which are ethically sourced and at some seriously good prices.

They kindly sent me a piece to review from their massive range, and after hours of poring over their site, I finally chose this gold flash sterling silver and black diamond ring*. I love the simple shape of it, and think that the black diamonds give it a really unusual look. Black diamonds are sister stones to regular diamonds, but instead of that super sparkly finish, they have a sort of metallic shimmer which makes them very distinctive (and also a lot cheaper!). 

This ring retails at £40, which I think is a great price - it's nice to have something that looks quite expensive, but at a price I can actually afford myself. All of the pieces are made in limited numbers, so while it won't be a one off, you know that you're unlikely to see someone else wearing the same piece. I have a feeling I'll be steering my family in the direction of Gemporia for potential birthday presents too! 

What's your favourite type of jewellery?

*PR sample



  1. What a beautiful and original ring - lucky you :o) Xx

    Makeup by Candlelight

  2. What a lovely ring! I'm on the hunt for a nice silver ring that isn't too expensive but won't turn my finger green so will check out this site, thanks xx

  3. Oh my gosh what an absolutely stunning piece!!
    This company has a stunning website!

    Kelly from | Daydreams & Daisychains

  4. That is really really pretty, I love the design x

  5. I love the design of this ring, it's so original :) xx

  6. Such a gorgeous ring! Love it :)
    xxElise - www.elisedopson.com

  7. Getting some gorgeous rings from pale face. Thxx. Contd..it.


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