Blog

All that Glitters May Not be Gold; The Marvel of Pinchbeck

The watch and clockmakers of the 17th and 18th centuries were smart, innovative people and could be equate to the atomic scientists of the 20th century. Their quest for development and discovery was akin to the achievements by NASA scientists of the 21st century.One such man was Christopher Pinchbeck, a London watchmaker who lived and worked in Clerkenwell, London. He [...]

Read More »


Simple Tips to Care for Your Jewellery

All jewels are precious, be it emotionally, sentimentally, historically or financially and therefore require due care and attention. Most of our suggestions appear to be common sense but that does not reduce their importance and a few moments care will preserve your special pieces for years to come.Substances that are used every day such as perfume, cosmetics, hand and body [...]

Read More »


From Elegant Gentleman to Modern Dandy; The Enduring Quality of Cufflinks

Necessity being the mother of invention is certainly true in the development of the sleeve button, or cufflink. This accessory first appeared in the mid- 17th century in response to the fashion of wearing long, tight sleeves which had to be sewn around the arm of the gentleman in the morning and released again in the evening. Initially, ribbons and [...]

Read More »


A story that began in the Art Deco period of the 1930`s

La Vogue Vintage is a story that began in the Art Deco period of the 1930`s and continues to provide clients with an exceptional choice of uniquely designed jewellery masterpieces. Created using the timeless techniques and experience garnered through the ages, La Vogue Vintage draws upon influences from around the world, including the United Kingdom [...]

Read More »