Gemporia | Aquamarine & White Topaz Midas Ring26 September 2015
Bonjour and happy Saturday! I hope your weekend is going great so far! I was lucky enough to be contacted by the jewellery brand Gemporia and they kindly offered to send me over an item to review for you today! I had heard so many amazing things about this brand on some of my favourite blogs before so I'm very excited to collaborate with them on this blog post. At Gemporia, they only use genuine gemstones and precious metals, to make their jewellery in limited runs and they work closely with charities in order to support the communities where the gemstones are sourced from, which I think is absolutely amazing! Their aim is to be original, inspiring and ethical.
When it came to picking an item, I went for this absolutely beautiful Espirito Santo Aquamarine & White Topaz Midas Ring* - a stunning ring from their Midas collection made of gold plated sterling silver. It was love at first sight - simplistic designs and sparkly gemstones are the way to my heart. The ring itself is absolutely fantastic quality and I'm very happy with the size and colour of the stone. Blue is my all time favourite colour and I love the combination with the gold and subtle light blue gemstone. It looks very clean and elegant. This ring retails for £48, which I think is an affordable price for such a high quality ring. If you're unsure of your size, they have their own size chart that you can print out (very handy) and measure a ring that you already own up against the ring chart so you can make sure which size you should get. I got the size L/M which is just a tad too big for me but nothing I'm too worried about.
I absolutely adore this ring and the most impressive thing to me are the fantastic prices. I love the variety of amazing jewellery to choose from and convenience of this online shop. What do you think? Have you purchased from their website before? If you’d like to find out more about Gemporia you can find their website here. They're currently having a 20% discount when you spend £60+ on their website too! :)