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Octelle jewellery represents never ending love

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Sep '08
Octelle has been exclusively created for Ernest Jones by one of the world's leading diamond cutters. The unique design and cut not only enhances the infinite beauty of this gem but also represents never ending love.

The attention to craft and detail that is poured into the crafting of this unique piece of diamond jewellery ensures that Octelle jewellery is of the very highest quality. The symbolic nature of the eight sided diamond, representing the eternal nature of love, make this diamond jewellery collection ideal for romantic gifts.

The Octelle range derives its name from the symbol for infinity, or forever. Similar to a figure of 8 turned on its side, the symbol is represented in the Octelle through its octagonol shape. This shape is currently the number one choice of celebrities and can be seen on catwalks and red carpets the world over.

The collection consists of 12 pieces including diamond pendants, diamond earrings and diamond rings, all set in 18ct white gold across a range of diamond carat weights. Featuring 65 facets, the octagonal diamond captures and enhances the beauty and originality of the vintage inspired jewellery featured in this collection. Each piece of jewellery complements the octagonal shape of the diamond itself and also carries a signature infinity symbol.

Each Octelle diamond is independently certified with a unique serial number, assuring quality. The Octelle Collection is far more than a collection of jewellery, it is a bringing together of high quality design, materials and jewellery expertise to offer an original, stylish and evocative range of jewellery at competitive prices.

Ernest Jones


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