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title ico Love is in the air!
As Cupid pulls back his Wylde bow

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As The Beatles once sang, ‘Love is all you Need’ and it’s in the month of February we rise above the long Winter days by reminding ourselves of that one simple fact and by celebrating love’s infinite facets.

Valentine’s Day, February 14th, is nearly upon us, a chance to show a loved one how much we truly care, appreciate and value them. A perfect opportunity to take a beautiful leap of faith to get engaged on an anniversary date you’ll always remember. The day to give a hopeful valentine’s gift, intending to spark the flame of love.

Love is at the centre of all we create and offer here at Nicholas Wylde.

Exquisitely crafted jewellery infused with beauty, potent with meaning and destined to be cherished.

Give your loved one a very special flower this Valentine’s Day ….
A Wylde Flower Diamond!
550 px image There is, of course, no greater expression of love than our Wylde Flower Diamond. A unique, world patented cut combining the eternal lustre of diamonds with the ephemeral beauty of flowers.

The Wylde Flower Diamond has more cut facets than any other stone in the world – 81 to be precise - and it’s only available from Nicholas Wylde.

To make your token of love even more special, bring along your imagination to our in-house team of skilled artisans to create a one-off bespoke jewellery creation, as unique as the person it’s intended for.

Our With Love , Locked in Love and Kiss collections are just perfect for gorgeous Valentine’s gifts and our recently launched new website makes browsing our entire ranges an easy-to-use pleasure.

Discover more about the unique Wylde Flower Diamond >>

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Delight in browsing our entire range of engagement rings >>
Visit our With Love collection >>
Browse our Locked in Love collection >>
Take a look at our Kiss collection >>
Learn more about our Bespoke Design Service >>

Walk on the Wylde side to make this Valentine’s Day a lifetime’s memory and give Cupid a helping hand!

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title ico Calling all Dedicated Followers!
Get ready for Bath in Fashion Week 2016
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The fashion world will soon swoop in once again to make its glamorous presence felt in our World Heritage city for Bath in Fashion 2016, an event taking place over April 18 – 24. Nicholas Wylde is delighted to once again sponsor the grand finale fashion show of this week-long event.

Bath has long been the city to see and be seen in. A city shaped by extraordinary creativity and visionary designers from many fields of endeavour.

Today, this always inspiring environment continues to attract highly-skilled and talented people – inventors, designers, artisans, entrepreneurs and future-thinkers. It is against this canvas that Bath in Fashion has evolved over the past five years into a significant fashion event.

So expect many red carpet moments as a line-up of stellar designers (including Julien MacDonald, Nicholas Oakwell, David Downton and Livia Firth) unveil the next trends from the catwalk to the high street.

Taking centre stage is Nicholas Oakwell’s couture gown designed for No10’s GREAT Britain campaign. The exquisite piece was hand embellished with rubies and 200,000 Ostrich feathers by the Royal School of Needlework.

Bath in Fashion’s week-long programme promises stimulating debate, fast paced catwalks and animation on the streets and in-store with Bath in Fashion LIVE, a new element for 2016. 

To register interest and be the first in line to grab event tickets when they become available on February 22, head over to Bath in Fashion’s website for all the details.

There are tickets available to Nicholas Wylde customers. Follow the link below to register – but don’t delay because fashion is a fast-moving event!
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title ico Visiting Bristol made easy, the Wylde way!
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Nicholas Wylde is proud to be a part of Bristol’s delightfully charming Clifton Village shopping district.

Just five minutes from Bristol city centre by car and with Brunel’s world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge a short walk away, Clifton Village boasts many independent shops, cafes and restaurants. It’s a lively, colourful area with its own distinct character.

Nicholas Wylde Bristol is located at No 6 The Mall and we have two designated parking spaces to offer customers who wish to make an appointment with a member of our Bristol team. Following your visit to us, if the spaces aren’t booked, you’ll have time to sample some of Clifton’s lovely restaurants, varied shopping and a visit to the historic bridge.

If you’re travelling by car with a Sat Nav, the parking space postcode you’ll need is BS8 4DR. We look forward to your visit!
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title ico February’s birthstone: Amethyst
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“If the February-born shall find
Sincerity and peace of mind,
Freedom from passion and from care,
If they an amethyst will wear.”
— Gregorian birthstone poem

For those born in the romantically inclined month of February, amethyst is your birthstone, associated with spirituality, wisdom, sobriety and, of course, with Saint Valentine’s Day.

Amethysts contain the second most abundant mineral found in Earth’s crust – quartz. Like quartz, amethysts are a transparent form of silicon dioxide and an amethyst’s colour can range from a faint mauve to a rich purple. Main commercial sources of amethyst are Brazil and Uruguay but also found in Arizona and the North Carolina region of North America.

Amethyst has a rich history of lore and legend. It can be traced back as far as 25,000 years in France, where it was used as a decorative stone by prehistoric humans.

It’s said that the signet ring worn by Cleopatra was an amethyst, engraved with the figure of Mithras, a Persian deity symbolizing the Divine Idea, Source of Light and Life.

More famously, amethyst is also recorded as the stone of Saint Valentine, who wore an amethyst engraved with the figure of his assistant, Cupid. Saint Valentine’s Day is still observed in February across the world. The word amethyst comes from the Greek word “amethystos” meaning “not drunk,” and was believed to prevent its wearers from intoxication.

The early Egyptians believed that the amethyst possessed good powers, and placed the stones in the tombs of pharaohs. During the Middle Ages, it was used as medication, believed to dispel sleep, sharpen intellect and protect the wearer from sorcery. It was also believed to bring victory in battle. In Arabian mythology, the amethyst was supposed to protect the wearer from bad dreams and gout.

February’s birthstone, the amethyst, was the stone of royalty, representing power. And the greatest power of all, love, we celebrate this and every month at Nicholas Wylde.
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